U.S. demonstrations suspected police officers shot and killed police officers

U.S. demonstrations suspected police officers shot and killed police officers
June 2, 2020 No Comments News customjune.com
Demonstrators protest over the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, Monday, June 1, 2020, in Louisville, Ky. Breonna Taylor, a black woman, was fatally shot by police in her home in March. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Demonstrations continued throughout the United States, protesting that Minnesota black Freud was suspected of being killed by a police officer on his knees. Although curfews were imposed in at least 40 cities and national guards were mobilized in more than 20 states, demonstrations and riots continued; Io There were suspected shootings against police in Washington and Kentucky. In Louisville, Kentucky, a man who appeared at a demonstration scene was suspected of being shot dead.

In Louisville, Kentucky, police and the National Guard were shot on Monday (1st) in a parking lot when they drove people who ignored the curfew. The police opened fire and killed the man. The police did not specify who was responsible for the fatal shot, nor did they announce the identity of the deceased, saying they were collecting footage from the scene for investigation.

Another suspected shooting against a police officer occurred in Davenport, Iowa. Three police officers were ambushed while patrolling. Some police officers were injured. There were also multiple shootings in many places in the city. At least two people died. The authorities called on the people to stay in a safe place and asked the National Guard to assist.

Freud, a black Minnesota, was suspected of being killed by a police officer on his knees. The curfews everywhere prevented people from gathering. Near the White House, demonstrators burned debris and buildings to protest the police’s abuse of violence and response to demonstrations. They faced off with the police. The police fired tear gas to disperse, but the crowd quickly regrouped.

Since last Wednesday, demonstrations have erupted in at least 140 cities across the country. National Guards have been mobilized in 24 states and Washington, DC. More than 4,000 people have been arrested for crimes including theft, obstruction of roads, and violation of curfews.

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