The genuflecting of police with protesters is acceptable, unless it is the expression of a political position, but simply in solidarity with the society, says ex-police Raj of Ramnarine from Minnesota.
He worked in the police in different capacities for 25 years.
Minnesota, in the capital of which Minneapolis during the arrest police killed an African American George Floyd and where there were mass riots and pogroms throughout the country and the world, with different States the system of training policemen. The problem of prejudice against the police to the people traced the racial aspect.
RIA Novosti has tried to understand how police training that is done at this stage to resolve the racial issue and why, despite the selection in the profession still are unscrupulous guards.
The trial of ex-police officers who participated in the arrest of an African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis, will begin in March next year, NBC television reported, citing Hennepin County judge Peter Cahill.
As the channel, the judge stated that "it remains to be seen" whether the trial of all four former police officers to pass at the same time, however, the first meeting will be held on 8 March 2021.
The authorities of the American city of Camden, new Jersey, dismantled the monument to the discoverer of America Christopher Columbus in a city Park, saying that previously, local residents have repeatedly appealed to the administration with the relevant requests, reports CBS TV channel.
Workers of urban services took the statue from the pedestal and broke into pieces. Some residents advocating for the demolition of the monument, has caused the loss. According to the TV station, residents have long asked the authorities to remove the monument, and even planned to hold on Saturday March in support of this claim. According to the organizers of the event, the authorities found out about their plans and themselves dismantled the statue.
The authorities of the American city of Boston will send on time to the store a monument to the discoverer of America Christopher Columbus, who were beheaded during the protests, according to local news portal Boston.com with reference to mayor Marty Walsh.
"We intend this morning to remove the monument and place it in the vault to assess the damage caused to him", he added.
The protesters demolished the monument to Christopher Columbus in the city of Saint Paul in the U.S. state of Minnesota, the newspaper reports the Star Tribune.
Earlier, protesters in Richmond, Virginia, demolished the monument to Columbus and threw him into the lake.
The court in USA refused to do a class action journalists to police Minnesota for the attack in the light of protests. The court also refused to ban police ill-treatment of journalists, stated in the order of judge Wilhelmina Wright.
The plaintiffs in the case is the branch of the American civil liberties Union (ACLU) in Minnesota, reporters Jared Goyette and Craig Lassig and the trade Union of workers of communications of the CWA. They demanded to make the suit a class, that can join all the journalists who suffered at the hands of police of Minnesota.
The residents of the street lake street in Minneapolis, where during the protests burned many buildings claim to have been stronger. However, when they can return to normal life, hard to say - supermarkets, where everything used to be purchased, no more, and almost all the Windows of the first floor is still boarded up with plywood. At this last threat the protests were here almost two weeks ago. On the one hand, there is the fear alive. On the other people trying to think more about the good.
On a nearly empty huge Parking lot in front of the supermarket "target" builds up a long queue. It is predominantly African Americans, Hispanics and immigrants from Somalia (they can be judged by the traditional clothes and the fact that in Minnesota the largest US Somali community). White - only a couple of people.
Police officer Derek Caven from Minneapolis for the first time will appear on Monday before the court for the use of strangulation in the apprehension of African-American George Floyd, from which he subsequently died.
Cavena accused of second-degree murder. This is intentional killing without the prior intent, when the intent was to cause physical harm while displaying complete indifference to human life.
African American George Floyd, who died in Minneapolis as a result of the actions of the police, was infected with a new type of coronavirus, to be circulated on Wednesday a detailed report on the autopsy, signed by the medical examiner Hennepin County (Minnesota).
"We know that as of April 3, 2020 test died at COVID-19 was positive," - said in a report published on the website of the Bureau of judicial medical expertise Hennepin County.
Three former police officers, who on Wednesday accused for the murder of an African-American George Floyd was arrested during the day, said at a briefing the head of the Bureau to arrest wanted criminals Minnesota drew Evans.
"We in the arrest process officers, one in custody, and others in the process. We expect it to be today in the afternoon," said Evans.
The attorney General of Minnesota Keith Ellison said that the investigation will require considerable time to investigate the murder of an African-American George Floyd.
"It will take months," said Ellison at the press conference, which was broadcast on local TV channels.
Russian-speaking community in Brooklyn began to form patrols to protect against actions of provocateurs and looters disguised as protesters for the murder of an African-American George Floyd, told RIA Novosti one of the authors Isaac boltyansky.
He said that some business owners began to stick to the door of the leaflets, which said that they are "white and not enough black support, and they have to leave this area." In the network appeared photos of similar leaflets. One of them in particular begins with the words "Dear white neighbor...". In the UK, so the question of whether enough effort someone sent it to me to fight "white supremacy". The following is a list of such efforts, including, in particular, donations to "support black business", fighting for the rights of African American people. If the recipient did not, his call "to get out of Flatbush".
The attorney General of Minnesota in the United States intends to impute the ex-policeman Derek Chavanu passing on the case of George Floyd, more serious crime and charged with murder, said the Senator from Minnesota Amy Klobuchar.
Previously Chavanu were brought against the accused of murder of the third degree, that is, unintentionally causing death by committing extremely dangerous for other actions.
The Governor of Minnesota Tim now has extended for two days curfew in Minneapolis, where for a week of continuing unrest over the death of an African-American George Floyd.
As the Governor reported on Twitter, curfew will operate Wednesday and Thursday from 22.00 4.00 local time (behind Moscow for 8 hours). Thus restrictive measures in the city, introduced last Thursday, will last for a week.
Branch of the American civil liberties Union (ACLU) in Minnesota has filed a lawsuit against the police on behalf of journalists who were attacked by the police while covering protests in Minnesota, said in a statement.
The defendants are the city of Minneapolis, the chief of police of Medaria of Arredondo, the head of the police Union Bob Kroll, head of the office of the state public safety John Harrington and Colonel of the state police Matthew Langer.
Soldier of the national guard of Minnesota, where there are mass protests, sick with coronavirus, and another nine of his colleagues identified the symptoms of the disease, reports CNBC with reference to the representative of the national guard.
According to him, the sick soldier is quarantined.
The number of people arrested during protests in Minneapolis, which began because of the death of an African-American George Floyd rose to 481, reported in a Twitter management of public safety of Minnesota.
"From Sunday to Monday morning was made 276 arrests Total number of arrests since the establishment of the interagency command center on Friday is 481", - stated in the message.
Minnesota Governor Tim now has extended until Monday a curfew in the state, where the death of the African-American George Floyd started a riot.
As the message of the mayor on Twitter, curfew will be effective from Sunday 20.00 (04.00 GMT Monday) until Monday 06.00 (14.00 GMT).
Minnesota Governor Tim now apologized to journalists who had been detained or attacked the police in the night on Sunday.
A number of journalists reported assaults by police in Minneapolis on Sunday night. Several journalists were injured by rubber bullets, others from tear gas. Among those who attacked the police, were the correspondents of CBS, NBC, VICE, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Los Angeles Times. The injured correspondent of RIA Novosti, which in the face was sprayed with tear gas.
National guard units of Minnesota on Saturday night started to sweep the streets of Minneapolis, where earlier due to the unrest was the curfew, locals report in social networks.
In particular, the video that Twitter published user @TKerssen, seen as the go down the street some soldiers, who order everyone to go to their homes. Seeing that several people, including the author of the entry, not go inside, the soldiers make them a few shots, forcing those hiding in the house. Later it becomes clear that the shots were fired with bullets of paint.
The American Governor of Minnesota Tim now said that due to unrest in connection with the death of the African-American George Floyd of the national guard of Minnesota for the first time in its history will be fully mobilized.
"I instruct (major-General) Jenson fully mobilize the National guard. A measure which was not adopted never in all 164 year history of the national guard of Minnesota," said now in the press conference. The broadcast was led by NBC News.
Former Vice-President and the likely democratic nominee for the presidency, Joe Biden has demanded justice in the case of the death of an African-American George Floyd, who died in police custody in the us city of Minneapolis.
He was called to bring the "bad people from the police" accountable.
The mayor adjacent to the Minneapolis downtown St. Paul, Melvin Carter announced the introduction of a curfew in connection with the unrest caused by the death of George Floyd.
Earlier, the mayor Jacob Frey announced at the Minneapolis curfew, which will operate Friday from 20.00 local time until 6: 00 on Saturday (from 14.00 to 04.00 GMT) and during the same hours in the night on Sunday. Violators of the curfew will be fined up to $ 1,000 or imprisonment for up to 90 days.
In Minneapolis, where because of the death of an African-American George Floyd started a riot, and a curfew.
It will operate Friday from 20.00 local time until 6: 00 on Saturday (from 14.00 to 04.00 GMT) and during the same hours in the night on Sunday.
The police in Minnesota for the last day of made arrests for looting and arson, said to journalists on Friday, the city Commissioner of safety John Harrington.
"(City police)-Saint Paul, patrol service and other made arrests for robbery, and arson. In my opinion, for arson, too, was for robbery - exactly... I don't know if already filed charges because the majority (of detention) had been in the last 24 hours... So the arrests were arrests still there," he said. His communication with the media was broadcasting the Fox News channel.
I. a Reporter for CNN and the camera team covering the unrest after the death of an African American in Minneapolis, was detained by police live.
To the dark skinned reporter Omar Jimenez, who led the live broadcast, the police came. He said that they are live, with the team of the TV channel of the three men and told the cops that they can just back up.
Social network Twitter has marked the message of the President of the United States Donald trump about the situation in Minneapolis, where continuing unrest over the death of afroamericana George Floyd, as violating the rules of the company about the glorification of violence.
Earlier, trump wrote on his Twitter, which can direct to Minneapolis soldiers of the National guard, if the mayor can't get the situation under control. The President said that "or very weak radical left mayor Jacob Frey will take action and take control of the town," or he would send the city the National guard and "make it right". Trump also wrote that "we take (the situation) under control, but when the looting starts, the shooting starts".
The US President Donald trump said that can guide to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where continuing unrest over the death of an African-American George Floyd, members of the National guard, if the mayor can't get the situation under control.
Mass unrest in the city continued for the third day, people protest against the police action that led to the death of the African-American George Floyd. In the night of Friday, protesters burned a police station, law enforcement officers had to be evacuated from the roof by helicopter. Eyewitnesses reported to media that the incident was absent soldiers of the National guard, which the Governor of the state of Minnesota mobilized to quell the unrest.
American protesters in Minneapolis burned a police station, law enforcement officers had to be evacuated from the roof by helicopter, no one was hurt, according to the Fox News channel.
Mass unrest in the city continued for the third day, people protest against the police action that led to the death of the African-American George Floyd.
Former American police, who detained George Floyd, who died later, are not cooperating with the investigation, said on Friday the Fox9 TV channel with reference to the Hennepin County attorney Mark Freeman.
According to him, the suspects constantly use the fifth amendment to the U.S. Constitution, allowing not to testify against himself, and is not going to cooperate.
The authorities of the American city of St. Paul, adjacent to Minneapolis, has requested from the authorities of the state of Minnesota through the National guard amid unrest that spread before the city, reports on Friday CNN.
"We have requested the assistance of the National guard and expect that the answer will be positive", - quotes the channel of the mayor of St. Paul Melvin Carter.
The mayor of Minneapolis, Jacob Frey declared the city a state of emergency for up to 72 hours amid protests over the death of an African-American George Floyd after police detention, stated in the order on the website of the municipality.
"A state of emergency effective from the date of this order and will continue... within 72 hours of the date of this order," - said in a document dated may 28.
The Governor of Minnesota Tim now signed a decree on attracting units of the National guard to ensure safety against the backdrop of unrest caused by the death of George Floyd, who died after police detention, said not the Governor's website.
The authorities requested support from the national guard after "substantial damage to private property and the transformation of peaceful protests into a dangerous situation," the report says.
One of the lines of the American city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, has suspended work due to the unrest caused by the death of African American George Floyd, who died after harsh treatment of the police, according to a statement by the public transport operator Metro Transit.
As reported by the journalist of TV station KSTP, Chris Egert located at the scene, dozens of protesters and police still do not leave the scene.