In the United States has arrested more than 100 people for defacing Federal property
US authorities detained more than 100 people for participating in riots and causing damage to Federal property, reported on Monday the press Secretary of the White house Keighley Makineni.
"The justice Department detained more than one hundred anarchists for the riots and destruction of Federal property. The Ministry of justice also filed charges in Federal court of four men for attempting to throw off the pedestal the statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette square," she said.
According to Makinano, the FBI is investigating about 200 cases of domestic terrorism, and justice Minister attorney General William Barr has established a working group on the fight against anti-government extremism.
Earlier, the President of the United States Donald trump ordered to arrest anyone who tries to destroy or commit acts of vandalism against monuments on the territory of the country and threatened the attackers with 10 years in prison.
Across the United States amid protests after the death of the African-American George Floyd during the arrest, police began a spontaneous demolition of the monuments of the southerners during the Civil war. It also touched upon the statues of the discoverer of America Christopher Columbus, whose left-wing activists accused of genocide of the indigenous population of America.