Minneapolis , may 29, 2020

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Minneapolis , may 28, 2020

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In Atlanta introduced a state of emergency

Atlanta Police Department

At least 20 U.S. cities protests after the death of the detainee of the African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis (Minnesota). As CNN reports, people took to the streets in the US capital Washington, Los Angeles and San Francisco (CA), Denver (Colorado), Atlanta (GA), Chicago (Il), new York, Boston (Massachusetts), Las Vegas (NV), Houston, and Dallas (TX), Detroit (Michigan), and also in the States of Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio.

According to AP, the Pentagon ordered to alert the military police to be sent to Minneapolis. According to sources, the Agency, units from North Carolina and new York must be ready to deploy within four hours, units from Colorado and Kansas in the next 24 hours.

Military units will be placed in accordance with the Law of the revolt of 1807, which was last used during the riots in Los Angeles in 1992. In Minneapolis and nearby cities, Roseville and St. Paul curfew, but in Minneapolis, the protesters ignored the ban to appear on the streets after 8 PM.

Security in the fifth district police station, which is besieged by protesters, provided 350 soldiers and officers. To disperse the crowd had used tear gas and rubber bullets. As a result of arson in fire engulfed at least three buildings in the district police station, including a large branch of Wells Fargo Bank and a post office. Several protesters were detained. According to the Governor of Minnesota Tim Walsh, the situation in Minneapolis remains “incredibly dangerous”.

when backup finally shows up – nearly 400 officers show up to defend the 5th precinct in Minneapolis #ViolenceOnTheStreets

— Man Made (@ManMade55) May 30, 2020

Massive crowd out in the streets of Minneapolis tonight, defying the curfew to protest the police #MinneapolisRiot #MinneapolisUprising #Minneapolis #minneapolisonfire

— Brendan Gutenschwager (@bgutenschwager) May 30, 2020

In Atlanta introduced a state of emergency. The Governor of the state of Georgia Brian Kemp announced on Twitter that the city will employ at least 500 employees of the National guard to protect people and property. In Atlanta, protesters smashed police vehicles and pelted police with firecrackers, attacked the local office of CNN, breaking the glass and izrisoval building with abusive inscriptions, committed arson.

CNN recorded the moment militants threw an explosive device at police in Atlanta during the riot. #antifa #BlackLivesMatter #GeorgeFloyd

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) May 30, 2020

The front of CNN Center in Atlanta was the scene of violent protests on Friday evening that resulted in damage to the front of the building and inside

— CNN International (@Mashable) May 30, 2020

#CNN Headquarters in #Atlanta being destroyed; massive #police presence

— Jeremy Song (@tezuma75) May 30, 2020

In downtown Detroit (mi) as a result of firing on the crowd killed 19-year-old boy. Police reported that shots were fired by an unknown suspect in a gray Dodge Durango, a wounded young man died in the hospital.

In Dallas, police had to put a barrier from cars and officers near his headquarters to stop the onslaught of protesters. Some protesters threw bricks at police. One officer was not life-threatening injuries.

In Houston after the Friday protests were arrested about 200 people. Most will be charged in slab of the carriageway. Four employees of the police Department were slightly injured, eight official vehicles damaged. The President of the Union city police reported several officers were hospitalized, but did not specify their number.

In Washington, the police more than an hour blocked the access to the White house for a protest in Lafayette square in front of the residence of the President of the United States. The US secret service is not released from the building journalists and not let anyone in. According to The Washington Post, the demonstration near the White house lasted more than 10 hours. The police were flying plastic bottles in the water, in response to the protesters dispersed aerosols.

Protestors in Washington D.C. fight the secret service for the barricade at the White House

— HĪPMAGAZINE.ORG (@hipmagazineorg) May 30, 2020

In Louisville, a police sighting and shot the journalists of the CNN branch of the pepper balls. Subsequently, the police apologized for the incident and promised to conduct a detailed investigation after protests.

An armed policeman was seen shooting pepper bullets directly at reporters as they broadcast live on protests in #Louisville, USA. Earlier, CNN reporters were arrested while covering the ongoing protests in Minneapolis over the death of #GeorgeFloyd.

— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) May 30, 2020