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US continues under protests over murder of black man by white police officer




São Paulo – Thousands of Americans have been occupying the streets of cities in the United States since Saturday night (30) and all this Sunday, in protest for the murder by suffocation of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man. The crime, committed by a white policeman, occurred in the city of Minneapolis last Monday and was filmed.

This weekend’s demonstrations took place in about 30 cities in 16 states of that country. In cities like Washington, Seattle and Dallas, crowds gathered on the streets to denounce the police violence and racial discrimination that continue to be frequent in the United States. There was police repression, turmoil, looting and depredation in cities like New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and Miami. In these last four, a curfew was decreed, in an attempt to inhibit the demonstrations.

In New York, about 200 people were arrested for participating in conflicts with police. Vehicles were burned in Atlanta. Five Los Angeles police men were injured when they suppressed popular protests.

Predictably, President Donald Trump said the protests are fueled by “a group of criminals, vandals and anarchists”. He also tried to reverse the logic of the demonstrations, saying that they “dishonor the memory” of George Floyd.

According to the official, “violence and vandalism are the work of extreme left groups that terrorize innocent people, destroy jobs and companies and burn buildings.”

Trump signaled support for police forces and vowed to end the protests. “Today, the United States needs creation, not destruction. They need security, not chaos. And there will be no chaos! We support the vast majority of extraordinary police officers dedicated to serving the public. They protect us from gangs and drugs and risk their lives for us every day ”.

Protests also in Europe

Demonstrations this weekend for justice for the assassination of George Floyd were also organized in cities in Europe, with emphasis on the acts in Berlin and London.

In the German capital, protests took place on Saturday afternoon, starting with a rally in front of the US embassy. Thousands of people attended the event organized by the Black Lives Matter movement.

In England, thousands of people marched through London’s Peckham district on Sunday. Most of the region’s population is black and immigrant. There was also concentration in front of the American embassy in the English capital.

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