In Atlanta the crowd stoned police cars and Windows of the headquarters of CNN

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.

The death of Floyd caused the riots in Minneapolis and other cities, after the video of his arrest. The record shows, as the police tackled Floyd and handcuffed him, and one of the officers leaned a knee on his neck. The detainee first few times he says he can't breathe and then losing consciousness. Floyd was hospitalized, he died in intensive care.

When this information became widespread, the leadership of the city police announced the dismissal of four officers who participated in the arrest. Subsequently, one of them was charged with negligent homicide and manslaughter. The city held a protest, accompanied by vandalism and fires. The investigation into the death of Floyd has joined the FBI, which declared the case a priority.