In Seattle, the capital of Northwest Washington, demanding punishment for police-racist activists seized entire neighborhoods. The demonstrators built barricades and established “Autonomous zone of Capitol hill,” thereby proclaiming the power itself, writes The New York Times.
reacted To President Donald trump. He called the invaders “domestic terrorists” that are led by radical leftists Democrats. The head of state urged “to stop the terrible anarchists”. Trump believes that the heads of state and of the metropolis Jay Margie reiger and Jenny Durkan should “this very hour to return to the city myself.” “If you do not do this, I will” — said the politician.
In response, gradonachalnitsa has called trump “back in the bunker”. According to Durkan, as head of the White house “will protect us all.”
Earlier, protesters in Seattle had a series of scuffles with police, after which they left the station, refusing to maintain order on the stock.
large-scale protests in the States, in some cases developed into riots, started with demands to punish the officers who caused the dark skinned resident of Minneapolis George Floyd’s death during the arrest. The protesters later resorted to drastic action: some of them took part in the demolition of the monument supported the slavery politicians, confederates during the Civil war (1861-1865).
So, statues piled with pedestal in two cities South of Virginia. In Portsmouth the monument fell, broke his head to one of the demonstrators. The victim is in critical condition.
In Richmond, according to CNN, the activists dealt with the statue of the President of the Confederate States, Jefferson Davis.
A crowd of protesters in Richmond, Virginia, brought down the statue of the president of the Confederacy, CNN affiliate WRIC reports. It comes the day after protesters tore down a statue of Christopher Columbus. https://t.co/1xP2k6NkeO
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) June 11, 2020
In Minnesota, that is where Floyd lived, was demolished a statue in honor of the discoverer of America Christopher Columbus.
NEW: Protesters yank down Christopher Columbus statue outside the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul. https://t.co/uL6qM3U0jO pic.twitter.com/g2gEiUllg5
— ABC News (@ABC) June 10, 2020
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