Minute by minute riots continue to be recorded in various cities of the United States during the night this Friday as a result of the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police. Derek Chauvin, who knelt on her neck for over eight minutes, until he was left without air, despite the fact that the victim told him repeatedly I can’t breathe He was arrested and charged with third degree murder and manslaughter.
Minute by minute of events:
The schedules are expressed in GMT-4
02:15: Change never comes through violence, says the daughter of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
02:13: Multiple arrests in Las Vegas after protesters take over part of iconic Strip
02:10: CNN team covering the protests were released after being arrested in a live broadcast.
02:07: 350 soldiers to clear the area near the Minneapolis police compound
02:01: Dallas Mayor Says He Supports Protesters’ “Calls for Justice”
01:50: Shots fired at law enforcement officers in Minneapolis
01:40: Kellie Chauvin, the wife of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, says she is filing for divorce and that her “greatest sympathy” lies with George Floyd’s family.
01:30: Protesters ignore curfew orders and are dispersed as arrests occur in Minneapolis
01:00: The Governor of Geogia declared a state of emergency and activated the use of the National Guard
00:20: Police open fire on the press
23:07: Protests in New York and Washington D.C. .. In the latter case, isolated incidents of lesser magnitude occurred than those in Atlanta and Minneapolis. However, images circulated where protesters threw stones near the White House, leading authorities to temporarily close the perimeter, a measure that has already been lifted..
23:00: The mayor of the city, Keisha Lance, criticized the incidents at a press conference on Friday. Visibly angry, she asked the protesters to return to their homes.
22:44: ORn agent was hit in the head by a blunt object. Another received a similar impact inside the building of the CNN.
22:40: A video posted by CNN It shows how officers distribute precincts, used to make arrests.
22:00: Security forces were ordered to disperse the crowd
21:40: Protesters in Atlanta break patrol windows and set fire to one of them
20:30: In Atlanta, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the chain’s headquarters CNN. According to the same means of communication, they were able to observe how people got on the logo outside the building, painted it – including the word “love” with a spray – and burned a flag of the United States.. They also smashed glass near the entrance.
17:30:Derek Chauvin was charged with third degree murder and manslaughter.
15:20: Chauvin, a 19-year veteran of the department, was the subject of at least a dozen previous allegations of police conduct unrelated to Floyd’s death
14:15: ANDThe building that housed the club where Floyd worked was burned during the riots caused by his death.
13:03: The other three police officers who were at Floyd’s death were identified by the Minneapolis police as Thomas Lane, Tou Thao and J. Alexander Kueng.
12:10:Chauvin is one of four officers who were fired Tuesday for their role in Floyd’s arrest and death..
11:30Derek Chauvin, who has been identified as the man who knelt on Floyd’s neck and who was arrested and charged with murder on Friday, was also working as security outside a nightclub where George Floyd worked.
10:58: Minneapolis police said they are cooperating with the investigations.
09:10: The United States Attorney’s Office has assigned prosecutors to the investigation
08:40:The Minnesota Office of Criminal Apprehension and the FBI are independently investigating Floyd’s death.
07:00: Violation of the curfew is punishable by up to 90 days in prison and fines of up to $ 1,000.
06:00 The Mayor of Minneapolis decreed the curfew amid protests and incidents over the death of George Floyd.
05:00 A CNN reporter was arrested live while covering the protests in Minneapolis
02:00: Mprotesters angered by Floyd’s death entered a police station in Minneapolis
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