At least 5 people were killed in the protests and unrest in most American cities for more than 6 days, against the background of the killing of an American young man, George Floyd, by a policeman, and most of the deaths were in the cities of Detroit and Indianapolis, The police forces denied any of its members were involved in these incidents.
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And according to what was posted on the American “Al-Hurra” channel, Indianapolis police spokesman Michael Hewitt said that the cause of these deaths was not yet clear, adding: “There is no way to link these deaths, at the present time, with any kind of protests or anything, We do not know if there are separate incidents, “the newspaper said, to date, security forces have arrested more than 4,400 protesters.
And pioneers of social networking sites in America circulated, a video clip of a policeman raising a firearm against demonstrators in Manhattan, New York, and it does not appear that he fired from it.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets across the United States again, on Sunday, as unrest, which destroyed cities from Philadelphia to Los Angeles and caught a church basement near the White House, overshadowed peaceful demonstrations against the police killing blacks.
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Thousands of National Guard soldiers deployed imposed a strict curfew and closed mass transportation systems to slow down the movement of protesters, but this did little to prevent chaos in many cities.
Officials revealed that Philadelphia protesters threw rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, while thieves stormed shops and businesses in more than 20 cities in California and fled as far as they could carry them – from sneakers, clothes, mobile phones, televisions, and other electronics