The Governor of the state of Georgia in the United States Brian Kemp on Monday declared a state of emergency in the city of Atlanta, which does not stop riots.
"Today the Governor Kemp issued a decree which declares a state of emergency throughout Georgia and authorizes the entry of up to 1,000 National guard troops of Georgia," - said in a statement on the website of the Governor.
Officers of the Atlanta police did not respond to calls in three of the six areas of the police Department a few hours after ex-COP Garrett Rolf, the suspect in the murder of African-American Rashard Brooks was charged, according to CNN, citing several sources in the police Department of Atlanta.
According to the channel, "unusually many" officers who worked the night shift, said she was sick.
US President, Donald trump declared that the arrest and death of African-American Rashard Brooks in Atlanta over "very bad", and advised not to resist the police.
In Atlanta the protests began because of the death on Friday of African-American Rashard Brooks with the arrest by the police. Brooks, who in a drunken state slept in the Parking lot of the fast food restaurant, was detained by the police, but began to resist, pulled out a COP's Taser and tried to escape. Police officer Garrett, Rolf opened fire. Brooks died in the hospital. Prosecutors accuse Rolf, who had previously dismissed from the police force, on 11 counts, including murder.
Ex-COP Garrett Rolf, the suspect in the murder of African-American Rashard Brooks, will face 11 charges, one of which is murder with punishment from life imprisonment to the death penalty, said on Wednesday reporters the Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard.
Broadcast from the courtroom led of the Fox News channel.
The mayor of Atlanta keisha lance bottoms announced the reform of city police, including in relation to the use of lethal force and de-escalation of the conflict, she declared Monday at a press conference.
"The police should be protectors, not fighters," said the mayor, expressing condolences to the family of the deceased during the arrest of African-American Rashard Brooks.
The relatives of the murdered police in Atlanta African-American Rashard Brooks called for changes in society, which would not be allowed to repeat such incidents.
"We are in grief but in anger. When will it stop? We ask not only for justice, we ask for changes," - said on behalf of the family on the air local TV channels niece Brooks Cassidy Evans. At the press conference was attended by a large group of relatives of the deceased.
The wife of the deceased in Atlanta African-American Rashard Brooks wants involved in his arrest, police went to jail, reports CBS TV channel.
Tomika Miller said he believes the murder of her husband no longer justified, since he posed no threat.
Two people were killed and five wounded in the shooting incident in Atlanta in the U.S. state of Georgia, informs television channel Fox with reference to the police.
According to police, unknown persons opened fire from a car near Edgewood in East Atlanta around 6 PM on Saturday. Two people were killed, five were wounded and were taken to the hospital in serious condition, say police. There is an investigation of the incident.
At least 36 people detained in Atlanta amid protests that erupted after the death of African-American Rashard Brooks, who received a gunshot wound from police, according to the StarTribune, with reference to the representative of the local police.
On Saturday in Atlanta the protests began due to the fact that the 27-year-old African American Rashard Brooks died, after the arrest on Friday was shot by police. As reported by the police, the police on Friday evening got a call from the complaints that the car in which slept the man, blocked part of the playgrounds at fast food restaurant Wendy's. They found that Brooks was drunk, and tried to detain him, but he grabbed one of the officers Taser and tried to escape. A police officer shot the man, Brooks died in a hospital after surgery. The chief of police of Atlanta Eric shields after the incident has resigned. The gunman police officer was fired and another officer involved in the arrest, Brooks was suspended from field work.
The leadership of the police of the city of Atlanta (us state of Georgia) has fired a police officer who on Friday during the arrest fatally shot African-American Rashard Brooks, told the Guardian referring to the representative of police.
The TV station notes that one police officer involved in the arrest of Brooks, was removed from operational work.
Protesters in Atlanta due to the death of African-American Rashard Brooks lit café, next to which a police officer shot him.
The protests began in Atlanta after the death of 27-year-old Brooks. As reported by the police, the police on Friday evening got a call from the complaints that the car in which slept the man, blocked part of the playgrounds at fast food restaurant Wendy's. They, according to the Agency, revealed that Brooks was drunk, and tried to detain him, but he grabbed one of the officers Taser and tried to escape. A police officer shot the man, Brooks died in a hospital after surgery. Protesters on Saturday torched cars, smashed Windows and blocked roads.
Atlanta law enforcement officers used tear gas to disperse protesters over the death of dark skinned Reichard Brooks, who received a gunshot wound from police, reports CNN.
The protests began in Atlanta after the death of 27-year-old Brooks. As reported by the police, the police on Friday evening got a call from the complaints that the car in which slept the man, blocked part of the area at a fast food restaurant. They, according to the Agency, revealed that Brooks was drunk, and tried to detain him, but he grabbed one of the officers stun gun and tried to escape. A police officer shot the man, Brooks died in a hospital after surgery. The head of the city police Eric shields, resigned. The mayor of Atlanta keisha lance bottoms urged the gunman to fire a police officer.
The chief of police of the American city of Atlanta Eric shields resigned in connection with the death of African-American Rashard Brooks after the arrest, said the mayor keisha lance bottoms.
The mayor of Atlanta said that the shields will continue to work with the city police.
Protests in which participants called to dismiss the head of the city police for the murder of an African American law enforcement officer, were held in the U.S. city of Atlanta, Georgia, reports the Washington Post.
According to the state police with reference to appeared in social networks video, 27-year-old black man Rashard Brooks was shot by a police officer on Friday evening. Law enforcement authorities received a complaint about sleeping in the car in the Parking lot at the cafe person. During the conflict with the police after carrying out a test for alcohol intoxication, which showed a positive result, the man grabbed the stun gun of a police officer and tried to flee, whereupon the police officer shot him. Brooks died in the hospital after surgery.
The police used tear gas against protesters in Atlanta after curfew, according to CNN.
According to the channel, the protest was peaceful, however, with the onset of the curfew, the police and members of the National guard began to clean up the streets.
Atlanta authorities have extended until Monday a curfew in the city in connection with the riots because of the death of an African-American George Floyd.
"Curfew in the city of Atlanta extended, starting today, may 31, 2020, from 21.00 local time (4.00 MSK Monday) and will last until sunrise tomorrow, June 1, 2020. Please stay home," reads the official Twitter of the city.
The Atlanta police arrested the night 70 people who were on the streets in violation of curfew, reports CNBC with reference to the representative of police of Atlanta.
Earlier, the authorities of a number of major American cities, including Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Atlanta imposed a curfew due to unrest caused by the deaths of African-American George Floyd after detention by the police. In Atlanta has been declared a state of emergency, involved soldiers of the National guard.
Protests over the death of an African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis on Friday escalated into riots in several major U.S. cities, reports the associated Press.
Clashes of protesters with police, detention and acts of vandalism occurring in new York, Atlanta (GA), Albuquerque (new Mexico), Fontana, San Jose (California) and Houston (Texas).
A crowd of protesters in connection with the death of an African-American to George Floyd at the hands of police perpetrated acts of vandalism in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, according to footage on local TV channels.
The protesters smashed several police cars, and one of them was set on fire. Went near the place of the March to the CNN building — its glass wall broke, and the logo of TV at the entrance painted offensive slogans.