In Beverly hills have detained 28 protesters against police brutality
Police in Beverly hills (California) detained nearly 30 people in the course held in the peaceful protest against police brutality, said the local edition of the Los Angeles Times.
The newspaper notes with reference to the promoter of Austin Tharp that the demonstration began on Friday at around 19.30 local time, it brought together about 75 people. According to Tharp, the police used to disperse the protests sound cannon, the meeting was declared illegal.
It is reported that was detained a total of 28 people, mostly on suspicion of attending an illegal Assembly. In addition, according to police Sergeant Thomas West, one of the protesters charged with attempted arson after he attempted to burn the American flag on the building.
From the end of may in many major U.S. cities held protests and unrest in connection with the death of an African-American George Floyd with the arrest by the police. One of the policemen, who for a few minutes he felt a knee in the neck of Floyd, charged with murder, three others of aiding and abetting the murder.