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US MN Police Struggle Death UGC
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Summary: Cellphone video shows fatal Minnesota struggle
Story No: 4271016
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS (UGC)
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Date: 05/26/2020 08:59 PM
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A handcuffed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis was seen on a bystander's video pleading that he could not breathe as a white officer knelt on his neck and kept his knee there for several minutes after the man stopped moving.

The death Monday night after a struggle with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities.

The four officers have been fired, according to the Minneapolis police chief.

Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. "Please, please, please, I can't breathe. Please, man," the man is heard telling the officer.

The man who died was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd's family.

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Minneapolis - 25 May 2020

1. Cell phone video of George Floyd being restrained by officers UPSOUND (English):

George Floyd: "I can't breath officer, aaaah. Aaah!"

Unidentified woman: "Shut up."

George Floyd: "You're going to kill me. They will kill me, man."

Unidentified man: "Bro, you got your feet on his head, man. You get off him."

Unidentified woman: "His nose is bleeding, like, c'mon now."

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2. Cell phone video of man being restrained by officers UPSOUND (English):

George Floyd grunting

Unidentified woman: "How long ya'll got to hold him down?"

Unidentified man: "This is why you don't do drugs, kids."

Second Unidentified person: "It ain't about drugs, bro'."

Unidentified woman: "Ya'll got to (unintelligible), right."

Unidentified person: "He is human, bro'."

Unidentified woman: "His nose is bleeding."

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3. Officers wheeling George Floyd away on gurney. UPSOUND (English): Bystanders "(Unintelligible) "He damn near dead, bro'! He's f****** dead, bro'!"

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US MN Police Death Surveillance Video
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Summary: Security cam shows fatal encounter's early moments
Story No: 4271373
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Date: 05/28/2020 07:06 PM
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Security camera footage from a Minneapolis restaurant shows some of the events that led up to the handcuffing of George Floyd, who died after an officer knelt on his neck until he became unresponsive.

It shows officers approaching a car with people inside including, George Floyd. Two other people got out and then Floyd. An officer then escorts Floyd near the surveillance camera where he sits for some time. They later make their way across the street where you can see Floyd fall to the ground before a police car obstructs the view.

Across the street, a different person recorded footage that shows an officer with his knee on Floyd's neck as Floyd gasps for breath on the ground with his face against the pavement. The officer does not move for at least eight minutes, even after Floyd stops speaking and moving.

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1.Surveillance video showing police officers approaching car where Floyd and others are sitting

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2. Surveillance video showing car's occupants getting out, including Floyd, who is escorted to sit on the ground

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3. Surveillance video showing Floyd sitting on ground with police officers and then being escorted across the street, where you see him fall to the ground before a police car pulls up and obscures the view

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USA-Police Brutality/Protester Interview
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Summary: USA-Police Brutality/Protester Interview
Story No: cctv039950
Source: China Central Television (CCTV)
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Date: 06/01/2020 10:50 AM
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People held protests to memorize George Floyd, and the police officer killing him should be brought to justice, said a university student of color during a protest in front of the White House in Washington D.C. on Sunday night.

Floyd, an unarmed black man in police custody, was suffocated to death by a white police officer in the midwest U.S. state of Minnesota on May 25, which sparked fury across the United States.

"Because people need to speak up. If you don't speak up then everything's just going to be silent, there's going to be no justice. So there has to be justice for all the people that die with this police brutality. Also I think it's in memorance of George Floyd. It's just appropriate, because if we don't speak up, this is going to continue to happen over and over again and people are going to get frustrated," said Fouly, the student protester.

Fouly said she hopes the protests can lead to a change in the U.S. legislation, and the discrimination against black Americans.

"We're going to expect a change in legislation. [Washington] D.C. needs to work and also even the police officer that shot him, they arrested him and they're going to charge him for murder. So I think this is working and it's worth it," she said.

Fouly believes that racial discrimination is deeply rooted in the United States, and only protests can solve that problem.

"There's been too many people that have been getting shot. This is getting bad, this continuously happens. So we did protests, protesting works. This is how racism is getting ended. Martin Luther King protested and people heard him out. We [have] progressed now - we had our first black president. So I think protesting works, it gets attention," she said.

Washington D.C., USA - May 31, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)

1. Various of protest over George Floyd's death in progress

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Fouly, protester (full name not given):

"Because people need to speak up. If you don't speak up then everything's just going to be silent, there's going to be no justice. So there has to be justice for all the people that die with this police brutality. Also I think it's in memorance of George Floyd. It's just appropriate, because if we don't speak up, this is going to continue to happen over and over again and people are going to get frustrated."

3. Protest in front of White Housea

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Fouly, protester (full name not given):

"We're going to expect a change in legislation. [Washington] D.C. needs to work and also even the police officer that shot him, they arrested him and they're going to charge him for murder. So I think this is working and it's worth it."

5. Protest in progress

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Fouly, protester (full name not given):

"There's been too many people that have been getting shot. This is getting bad, this continuously happens. So we did protests, protesting works. This is how racism is getting ended. Martin Luther King protested and people heard him out. We [have] progressed now - we had our first black president. So I think protesting works, it gets attention."

7. Protest in progress

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Police fire at George Floyd protesters in Colorado
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Summary: Police fire at George Floyd protesters in Colorado
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Date: 06/01/2020 10:38 AM
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Footage has emerged showing police appearing to fire at George Floyd protesters in Aurora Colorado, on May 28. Officers attended the rally and allegedly shot rubber bullets, sparking anger from participants who claimed it was a ''peaceful''protest. One onlooker said: ''There was no looting or property damage by the protesters, yet the police felt the need to shoot at them with rubber bullets. ''There were innocent bystanders that got hit when coming out of nearby restaurants. They don’t even know who they’re shooting. ''They almost hurt my baby’s godmother. They have no excuse to fire shots at peaceful protesters.'' The U.S. has seen widespread violence sparked by the death of George Floyd, 46, after being arrested by police outside a shop in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (ends)

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Demonstrators Flee as Semi-Truck Drives Through Peaceful Protest in Minneapolis
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Summary: Demonstrators Flee as Semi-Truck Drives Through Peaceful Protest in Minneapolis
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Date: 06/01/2020 08:42 AM
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Demonstrators fled the path of a semi-truck that drove through a peaceful protest gathered on an interstate highway in Minneapolis on May 31. The footage, captured from the University of Minnesota parking lot, shows protesters running away, as the truck drives toward the peaceful protest along the Interstate 35 highway. The recorder, who wished to remain anonymous, told Storyful “you could hear the truck’s horn changing pitch long before you could see it.” They added, “a good amount of people were injuring themselves in their attempts to quickly vacate the scene.” The Minneapolis Department of Public Safety said the truck driver was arrested and taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after “inciting a crowd of peaceful demonstrators” in the incident. It appeared no protesters had been hit by the truck and authorities were trying to determine how the truck got onto the highway, the department said. Protests were held across the world on Sunday as demonstrators continued taking to the streets following the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Credit: Anonymous via Storyful

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US NY Manhattan Protests
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Summary: US NY: George Floyd Protests – Fires, Looting, Tense Standoff Between Protesters And Police In Manhattan
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Date: 06/01/2020 08:30 AM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@buckyturco via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 1 min 31-sec video (4 clips) Video Location: Manhattan, New York City, NY, US Video Recording Date/Time: May 31, 2020 Fires, looting, and clashes between NYPD and protesters marked the George Floyd protests in downtown Manhattan on Sunday night, May 31. Tense standoffs erupted between the police and protesters when the police tried to disperse the crowds and prevent unlawfulness.

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Chaotic Scenes During White House Protests as Buildings Burn and Tear Gas Flies
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Summary: Chaotic Scenes During White House Protests as Buildings Burn and Tear Gas Flies
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Date: 06/01/2020 07:57 AM
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Several fires raged outside the White House on May 31 as protesters faced off with a cordon of police in Washington, DC. The demonstrations took place into the night and reportedly continued in many areas despite an 11 pm curfew introduced in a bid to control outbreaks of violence. One fire was reportedly seen burning in the AFL-CIO building, only a short distance from the White House. This video shows a small building in Lafayette Park, opposite the White House, on fire, while tear gas and flash grenades can also be seen landing near demonstrators. Protests were held across the globe on Sunday as demonstrators continued taking to the streets following the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis the previous Monday. The rallies had descended into violence in multiple US cities over a series of days and nights. Credit: Eric Smith via Storyful

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US NC Police Death Protests Raleigh
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Summary: Violent protests in Raleigh, North Carolina
Story No: 4271818
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Date: 06/01/2020 06:27 AM
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Demonstrators lit fires and police fired tear gas in Raleigh, North Carolina on Sunday night.

The violence comes as North Carolina's capital city cleans up from Saturday night's violence.

The protests were sparked by the death of George Floyd, a black man who died on Monday after a white police officer pressed his knee on his neck until he stopped breathing.

Raleigh, North Carolina - 31 May 2020

1. Graffiti reading (English): "Revolution is coming" painted on business window

2. Soldier putting out fire in street

3. Armed officers around fire

4. Close of police officer standing near fire

5. Officer throws tear gas canister

6. Demonstrators starting fire

7. Close of fire

8. Brick in window

9. Tilt down to police in front of building

10. Light flashing inside building

11. Armed officer near sign reading (English): "State of North Carolina Justice Building"

12. Armored vehicle

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Row of Police Cars Engulfed in Flames During Protests in Grand Rapids
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Summary: Row of Police Cars Engulfed in Flames During Protests in Grand Rapids
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Date: 06/01/2020 02:42 AM
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A row of police cars was engulfed in flames during protests in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on May 31 following the police-involved death of George Floyd. Cody A Sharpe captured this video showing the five cars ablaze while alarms and sirens sound in the background. Grand Rapids Fire Department posted to Facebook an image of a burned car with the caption, “Sad evening in Grand Rapids. Our crews are being escorted by law enforcement, several rubbish and vehicle fires downtown. Destruction is widespread. Stay safe.” The department also called for the community to hand over any evidence of “criminal activity” during the protests. Protests were held across the globe on Sunday as demonstrators continued taking to the streets in response to Floyd’s death in custody in Minneapolis the previous Monday. Credit: Cody A Sharpe via Storyful

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US MN Truck in Crowd
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Summary: Tanker drives into crowd in Minneapolis
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Date: 06/01/2020 01:02 AM
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Officials in Minnesota say no protesters appear to have been hit after a semitrailer drove into a crowd demonstrating on a freeway near downtown Minneapolis.

The Minnesota State Patrol said in a tweet that the action appeared deliberate.

The patrol said the driver was injured and taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries.

It wasn't clear how the driver was hurt.

Footage showed protesters swarming the truck, and then law enforcement quickly moving in.

Other footage showed the tanker truck moving rapidly onto the bridge and protesters appearing to part ahead of it.

The protesters were demonstrating against the death of George Floyd.

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Minneapolis - 31 May 2020

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1. Various of truck driving in a crowd, protesters around it

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Edward Carmack Statue Comes Down in Nashville During George Floyd Protests
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Summary: Edward Carmack Statue Comes Down in Nashville During George Floyd Protests
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Date: 05/31/2020 11:11 PM
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The crowd chanted on Saturday, May 30, as the statue of Tennessee politician Edward Carmack, known historically for his racist sentiment, was toppled off its base in Nashville during protests connected to the death of George Floyd. Carmack is most notably known for his written attacks on Tennessee journalist Ida B. Wells’, and several members in the crowd celebrated when the statue came down. “As people were peacefully protesting the streets of Downtown Nashville, some went rogue and began toppling over a statue of Edward Carmack,” Twitter user @Melanated_Gold, who took this video, told Storyful. According to reports, David Roberson, spokesman for the Tennessee Department of General Services, said a meeting would be held to discuss the fate of the statue, but it was “unclear” who would be attending the meeting, the Tennesseean reported. Credit: Melanated_Gold via Storyful

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US MN Police Death Shrine
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Summary: Makeshift shrine to Floyd grows in Minneapolis
Story No: 4271755
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Date: 05/31/2020 03:17 PM
People: George Floyd
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Mourners on Sunday paid their respects at a makeshift memorial to George Floyd, a black man killed earlier this week in Minneapolis.

People laid flowers and messages at the growing shrine at the Minneapolis intersection where Floyd died Monday after an arresting officer pushed his knee into Floyd’s neck while he was on the ground handcuffed.

After police dispersed the crowd on Saturday night with tear gas, many said it was important to come back and protect what they called a “sacred space.”

The intersection was blocked with the traffic cones while a ring of flowers was laid out.

Protesters, angry over the death of Floyd in Minneapolis on Monday, have been demonstrating across US cities all week.

Minneapolis, Minnesota - 31 May 2020

1. Wide of makeshift shrine outside the store where George Floyd died

2. Wide of flowers on intersection near shrine

3. Various of man kneeling, with head bowed down in front of shrine

4. Woman sweeping around shrine

5. Mural of George Floyd on wall

6. Various of flowers and placards

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UK George Floyd London
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Summary: UK: George Floyd Protest In London
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Date: 05/31/2020 02:15 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Ines Tu via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 40 sec video Video Location: Vauxhall, London, UK Video Recording Date/Time: May 31, 2020 Protests for George Floyd is not only within the US now, but London also joined in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. On Sunday, hundreds of protesters gathered in Trafalgar Square and in front of the Houses of Parliament. These protesters were not just demonstrating about the death of George Floyd but also the brutality of the police in the UK.

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UK George Floyd London 2
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Summary: UK: George Floyd Protest In London 2
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Date: 05/31/2020 02:30 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Ines Tu via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 1 min 1 sec video Video Location: Vauxhall, London, UK Video Recording Date/Time: May 31, 2020 Protests for George Floyd is not only within the US now, but London also joined in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. On Sunday, hundreds of protesters gathered in Trafalgar Square and in front of the Houses of Parliament. These protesters were not just demonstrating about the death of George Floyd but also the brutality of the police in the UK.

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UK Police Death Protest 2
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Summary: Protesters march past US embassy in London
Story No: 4271751
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS , UK POOL
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Date: 05/31/2020 02:41 PM
People: Boris Johnson , George Floyd
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Hundreds of protesters marched to the US Embassy in London on Sunday as part of a "Black Lives Matter" demonstration in support of protests in the US over the death of George Floyd.

The crowd had first gathered in Trafalgar Square with banners and signs and chanted Floyd's name, referring to the black man who died Monday after an arresting officer in Minneapolis pushed his knee into Floyd’s neck while he was on the ground handcuffed.

Their route took them past Downing Street and the Houses of Parliament towards the embassy in Vauxhall.

Floyd's death ignited escalating unrest across the US, which continued for the fifth consecutive night from Saturday night into Sunday morning.

UK POOL

London - 31 May 2020

1. Various aerials of protesters outside Downing Street, police guarding gates

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London - 31 May 2020

2. Ground shot of protesters marching across Lambeth Bridge, pan to protester walking, UPSOUND (English) "I want Boris Johnson to come down here and let me know he cares about us, because he's there running his mouth. How come, why can't the government protect us as much as they want to protect Dominic Cummings? Let's make this about politics now."

UK POOL

London - 31 May 2020

3. Aerial of protesters marching across Lambeth Bridge

4. Aerial of front of protest march, banners

5. Aerial of police presence outside US Embassy

6. Aerial of protesters arriving outside embassy, zoom out to high

7. Aerial of protesters starting to sit down on the street

8. Aerial of protesters outside embassy, US flag flying in foreground

9. Aerial of embassy, zoom in to police blocking road, protesters massed behind police line

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London - 31 May 2020

10. Ground shot of protesters in street with embassy in background

11. Protesters in street with police blocking road in background

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UK George Floyd London 3
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Summary: UK: George Floyd Protest In London 3
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@stevenalvaro via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 28 sec video Video Location: Palace of Westminster, London, UK Video Recording Date/Time: May 31, 2020 Protests for George Floyd is not only within the US now, but London also joined in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. On Sunday, hundreds of protesters gathered in Trafalgar Square and in front of the Houses of Parliament. These protesters were not just demonstrating about the death of George Floyd but also the brutality of the police in the UK.

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UK George Floyd London 4
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Summary: UK: George Floyd Protest In London 4
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@_gemmalindsay via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 58 sec video Video Location: Palace of Westminster, London, UK Video Recording Date/Time: May 31, 2020 Protests for George Floyd is not only within the US now, but London also joined in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. On Sunday, hundreds of protesters gathered in Trafalgar Square and in front of the Houses of Parliament. These protesters were not just demonstrating about the death of George Floyd but also the brutality of the police in the UK.

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UK George Floyd London 5
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Summary: UK: George Floyd Protest In London 5
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Date: 06/01/2020 11:15 AM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@blackseed_yy via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 1 min 20-sec video (2 clips) Video Location: 1st video outside Downing Street, 2nd video at Lambeth Bridge, London, UK Video Recording Date/Time: May 31, 2020 Protests for George Floyd is not only within the US now, but London also joined in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. On Sunday, hundreds of protesters gathered in Trafalgar Square and in front of the Houses of Parliament. These protesters were not just demonstrating about the death of George Floyd but also the brutality of the police in the UK.

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Protesters Set Minneapolis Police Precinct Ablaze During Continued Unrest
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Summary: Protesters Set Minneapolis Police Precinct Ablaze During Continued Unrest
Story No: stfl002513
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Date: 05/29/2020 04:04 PM
People: Timothy Walz
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The Minneapolis police precinct at the center of intense protests following the killing of George Floyd was destroyed over the night of May 28 to 29 as demonstrations continued, reports said. Just after 10 pm on Thursday night, protesters overran the 3rd Precinct, setting it ablaze after officers were ordered to evacuate at the behest of Mayor Jacob Frey, who believed there were “imminent threats” to officers and the building. This video shows the precinct engulfed in flames late Thursday night. Minnesota Gov Tim Walz signed an executive order May 28 activating more than 500 National Guard soldiers to provide safety and protection to Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and the surrounding areas. Credit: Max via Storyful

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Carnage after George Floyd riots in Minneapolis
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Summary: Carnage after George Floyd riots in Minneapolis
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Date: 05/29/2020 03:50 PM
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A shocked resident captures the damage caused by George Floyd rioters in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 28. The filmer, whose four generations of family have lived in the U.S. city, said: ''I am heartbroken about what is happening here.'' Violence erupted in the city after Floyd died while in custody of the Minneapolis Police Department on Monday and in the days following, rallies took place in the city as well as Los Angeles. The Governor of Minnesota has activated the National Guard in Minneapolis and St. Paul in response to protests and looting. (ends)

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US MN Police Death Precinct
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Summary: Troopers line up near burned Minneapolis station
Story No: 4271542
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Date: 05/29/2020 03:41 PM
People: George Floyd
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A line of State Patrol troopers guarded firefighters working to put out fires in Minneapolis.

The fires happened during the third night of violent protests over the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer kneeled on his neck.

The troopers Friday morning were about two blocks away from the 3rd Precinct station that was burned the night before, an area that included multiple fires.

A police spokesman confirmed late Thursday that staff at the station had evacuated "in the interest of the safety of our personnel" shortly after 10 p.m. Livestream video showed the protesters entering the building, where fire alarms blared and sprinklers ran as blazes were set.

Behind the troopers, firefighters could be seen spraying water on a building.  The troopers were holding batons and wearing riot gear, including bullet proof vests.

Minneapolis – 29 May 2020

1.Various of State Patrol troopers in line

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Driver Runs Down Protester at George Floyd Demonstration in Denver
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Summary: Driver Runs Down Protester at George Floyd Demonstration in Denver
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Date: 05/29/2020 02:43 PM
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The driver of a vehicle ran over a protester during a George Floyd demonstration in Denver, Colorado, on May 28. Protesters were rallying against the police-involved killing of black man George Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, days earlier. Footage from the Denver rally shows a driver speeding through a crowd of demonstrators before turning the car around and crashing into one of the protesters. Protests, some violent, occurred across America since May 26, the day after video circulated of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pinning Floyd, 46, to the ground with his knee on his neck. Floyd died soon after, according to police. Credit: Anabel Escobar via Storyful

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US MN Police Death Protest
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Summary: Minneapolis police station torched during protest
Story No: 4271516
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Date: 05/29/2020 02:08 PM
People: George Floyd
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Protesters angered by the death of a black man who died while pleading for air as a white police officer kneeled on his neck have torched a Minneapolis police station that the department abandoned.

Thursday marked a third night of violent protests following the death of George Floyd, who died in a confrontation with officers outside a grocery store.

Protests first erupted Tuesday, a day after Floyd's death in a confrontation with police captured on widely seen citizen video.

Minneapolis - 28 May 2020

1. Various of protesters outside a burning police station

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US PROTESTS
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Summary: George Floyd rioters breach Minneapolis police 3rd precinct building
Story No: efe012518
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Date: 05/29/2020 11:13 AM
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Minneapolis, May 29 (EFE/EPA).  A group of protesters swarmed and set fire inside the Minneapolis Police Department's Third Precinct station late Thursday during protests over the death of George Floyd in police custody. The 46-year-old African-American man died Monday after a white police officer pinned him to the ground with a knee to the back of his neck while he was handcuffed and other officers stood by. Floyd's death has triggered days of massive protests in the US, and in some cases riots, the burning of buildings and the looting of shops, which has reached New York and played out Thursday during the tense protest against police brutality, as has happened in other notable cases. The Minneapolis Police Department has already announced the firing of the four officers involved, although it has not filed charges against them. Protests have also been reported in Los Angeles, California and Memphis, Tennessee. (Camera: TANNEN MAURY).  SHOT LIST: PROTESTERS AT THE BURNT-DOWN MINNEAPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT 3RD PRECINCT AND PROTESTERS BURN AN ARBY'S FAST FOOD RESTAURANT AND STORES NEAR THE MINNEAPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT 3RD PRECINCT  DURING PROTESTS OVER THE ARREST OF GEORGE FLOYD, WHO LATER DIED IN POLICE CUSTODY, IN MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, US.

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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@the_stable_genius via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 36-sec video Video Location: Louisville, Kentucky, US Video Recording Date/Time: May 28, 2020 As protests over George Floyd's death spread across the nation on Thursday, Louisville, Kentucky saw protests calling for justice for Breonna Taylor, an African-American woman killed by Louisville police during a house search in March this year. Shots were fired in the heat of clashes between police and protesters that resulted in 7 people getting injured.

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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@BryanBattleJr via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 1 min 20 sec video Video Location: Columbus, Ohio, US Video Recording Date/Time: May 28, 2020 The protests over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has spread to Ohio on Thursday, May 28. The peaceful protests disintegrated into clashes between the protesters and police when some people in the crowd began throwing objects at the police and the police responding with tear gas and pepper spray to contain the tension-filled situation. Some protesters broke into the Ohio Statehouse.

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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@CGoHome via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 20-sec video (Looped 2x) Video Location: Outside 3rd precinct station in Minneapolis, MN, US Video Recording Date/Time: May 28, 2020 The 3rd precinct station in Minneapolis, the focus of most of the protests over the killing of George Floyd, was burned by protesters on Thursday night, May 28. After the staff left around 10 pm, the protesters entered the building and set it on fire.

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Date: 05/29/2020 05:40 PM
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Protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody have spread to other areas across the United States.

A group of about 10 protesters gathered Friday near a Florida town home that belongs to Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who knelt on George Floyd's neck.

Minneapolis Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington said state investigators arrested Chauvin on Friday.

The protesters gathered in Windermere after social media postings listed Chauvin's address in the community outside Orlando.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office has tweeted from its official account that Chauvin is not at the residence and is not expected there.

Demonstrators carried signs that say, "He said I can't breathe. Justice for George," and "We see you, we hear you ... we love you! #Justice for George."

The handcuffed black man pleaded for air as a white police officer knelt on his neck during an arrest recorded on video by bystanders.

Windermere, Florida - 29 May 2020

1. Various of protesters in Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's Florida neighborhood

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Miles Mulrain, Orlando, Florida resident:

"We do need to say enough is enough, and it's a lot of times we got to come up with something afterwards. Once we out here yelling and screaming and trying to get our message heard, we need to come up with ways to make sure this doesn't happen again. Cause we shouldn't have to come out every time there's an incident. We need to prevent this from keep happening over and over."

3. Various of protesters

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Ilaria Bella, Ocoee, Florida resident:

"They're killing innocent people everyday, like I feel like the only answer is, like we have to protest. We have to like group together and show that like this can't be happening anymore. Like it has to stop."

5. Various of neighborhood

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Aaron Adams, Ocoee, Florida resident:

"I can say as a white person it's important for me because a lot of African Americans and rightly so feel that a lot of white people don't think it's any of their concern or it's an issue that impacts them. And of course I don't have to deal with the racial prejudice they do and this might sound corny, but whatever, at the end of the day we are all people. And even if you can't literally relate to what someone is experiencing, you should be able to relate to them as a human being. And the fact that people are being violently oppressed in this country by police."

7. Various of neighborhood

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Date: 05/29/2020 04:21 PM
People: George Floyd , Breonna Taylor
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Broken statues, smashed windshields and graffiti sprayed signs lie in the wake of overnight protests over the killing of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky.

Louisville Metro Council President David James says the demonstrations began peacefully but turned violent.

At least seven people were shot in Louisville overnight during protests over the death of Taylor, a black woman fatally shot by police in her home in March.

A Louisville police statement confirms at least seven shooting victims, with at least one person in critical condition.

A spokesman says no officers fired their service weapons but there were "some arrests."

The Courier Journal reports around 500 to 600 demonstrators marched through the Kentucky city's downtown Thursday night.

"It is good to express yourself, it is good to show your anger and let your voice be heard, but I think when we end up with seven people shot and a tremendous amount of public damage taking place, that's where we have a problem," James said.

Thursday night's demonstration came as protesters across the country, in cities including Los Angeles, Denver, New York and Memphis, turned out in alliance with demonstrators in Minneapolis.

That's where George Floyd became the latest black man to die in police custody.

It also came hours after the release of a 911 call Taylor's boyfriend made on March 13, moments after the 26-year-old emergency medical technician was shot eight times by narcotics detectives.

They knocked down her front door. No drugs were found in the home.

The protests continued for more than six hours, ending in the early hours of Friday as rain poured down.

Louisville, Kentucky – 29 May 2020

1. Wide of Louisville Hall of Justice building

2. Workers cleaning graffiti from building

3. Jail vehicle with busted windshield

4. SOUNDBITE (English) David James, Louisville Metro Council president:

"I think in the very beginning we had some protests taking place, which I encouraged, and they were very peaceful protests, but as the night went on a small element of people showed up who weren't focused on having a peaceful protest and we saw what happened as that played out here in the middle of the street."

5. Workers cleaning in park

6. SOUNDBITE (English) David James, Louisville Metro Council president:

"We had a series of things, we had what happened in Georgia, we had Breonna Taylor, we had Minneapolis, Minnesota take place, so all of those things combined create an anger, a frustration and people were expressing that."

7. King Louis XIV statue downtown

8. Close of broken hand on King Louis statute

9. SOUNDBITE (English) David James, Louisville Metro Council president:

"It is good to express yourself, it is good to show your anger and let your voice be heard, but I think when we end up with seven people shot and a tremendous amount of public damage taking place, people hurt, that's where we have a problem."

10. Close of graffiti on sign

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Summary: Trump: when looting happens, 'people get shot'
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Date: 05/29/2020 10:19 PM
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US President Donald Trump defended his tweet on Friday warning amid unrest in Minneapolis that said "when the looting starts, the shooting starts."

The phrase echoes the language of a Miami police chief in 1967 who made clear his distaste for civil rights activists and his belief that violent protests should be met with deadly force.

The language has also been attributed to segregationist presidential candidate George Wallace in a 1968 campaign speech in Pittsburgh.

About 13 hours after the president's provocative tweet, Trump took to Twitter again to claim that he wasn't suggesting the shooting of rioters. Instead, he said he was referring to gun violence that has been spurred by the unrest.

"Frankly, it means when there's looting, people get shot and they die," Trump said during a roundtable Friday afternoon.

The phrase first made headlines when Miami Police Chief Walter Headley uttered it in a 1967 speech outlining his department's efforts to "combat young hoodlums who have taken advantage of the civil rights campaign."

Trump, in his follow-up tweets, appeared to be referring to the deadly shooting of a man outside a Minneapolis pawn shop on the second night of protests there and to the wounding of people in Louisville, Kentucky, when gunfire broke out at a Thursday protest stemming from the March police shooting death of a 26-year-old black woman.

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Washington DC - 29 May 2020

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1. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, U.S. President:

"Well, I've heard that phrase for a long time, I don't know where it came from, where it originated. (UPSOUND (English) Reporter: In 1967, the Miami police chief) Well, I don't know. I've also heard from many other places, but I've heard it for a long time, as most people have. And frankly, it means when there's looting, people get shot and they die. And if you look at what happened last night and the night before, you see that, it's very common. And that's the way that was meant. And that's the way I think it was supposed to be meant. But I don't know where it came from. I don't know where it originated. I wouldn't know a thing like that. But I will say it's very accurate in the sense that when you do have looting like you had last night, people often get shot and they die. And that's not good or we don't want that to happen. Yes, please."

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, U.S. President:

"Yeah, I didn't like what I saw at all. I thought it was a terrible thing, that terrible picture. I think that it's it's sad in so many ways from the standpoint of the family. When you look at George Lloyd and his family and you see what that's done to them, just just a terrible thing, he was in tremendous pain, obviously, and couldn't breathe. It was very obvious to anybody that watched it. It was a very, very sad thing for me to see that. We also know that most policemen, you see the great job they do, they do a fantastic job. But this was a terrible insult to police and to policemen. And I know the Justice Department will as you know, it's a local case. But I know the Justice Department is also looking at it very strongly. (UPSOUND (English) Reporter: Does that change your view on the NFL protests on this issue? They were peaceful protests. Did they change your stance?) I think it should be a peaceful protest. I think  in memory of George Floyd. I think it should be peaceful. It's terrible. I spoke with his family today. Terrific people. I think it's so bad for the memory when you see a thing like that going on. And hopefully that won't happen tonight. And as you know, the National Guard has arrived and they're there. But hopefully everything will be very different tonight. Last night was very sad on many different levels."

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Date: 05/29/2020 09:36 PM
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US President Donald Trump offered his condolences on Friday to the family of George Floyd and said he had asked the Department of Justice to expedite the investigation into Floyd's death.

Floyd, a black Minnesota man, died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes during an arrest. The officer was charged Friday with murder and manslaughter.

Speaking during a White House event with industry executives, Trump called Floyd's death "a terrible thing" and said it "should never be allowed to happen."

"We are determined that justice be served," Trump said.

The president said he spoke with Floyd's family, calling them "terrific people," and said he hopes "everything can be fairly taken care of."

"I understand the hurt, I understand the pain," Trump said.

Still, he called on protesters to demonstrate peacefully. "We can't allow a situation like happened in Minneapolis to descend further into lawless anarchy and chaos," Trump said.

Earlier Friday, Trump threatened in a tweet to send in the National Guard to quell protesters, saying, "when the looting starts, the shooting starts."

Twitter hid the tweet, saying that particular line violates its policies "regarding the glorification of violence based on the historical context" and "could inspire similar actions today."

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Washington, DC - 29 May 2020

1. Wide shot of US President Donald Trump in White House State Dining Room

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, US President:

"I want to express our nation's deepest condolences and most heartfelt sympathies to the family of George Floyd. A terrible event, terrible, terrible thing that happened. I've asked that the Department of Justice expedite the federal investigation into his death and do it immediately, do it as quickly as absolutely possible. It's a local situation, but we're also making it into a federal situation. And it's a terrible thing. We all saw what we saw. And it's very hard to even conceive of anything other than what we did see. Should never happen, should never be allowed to happen, a thing like that. But we're determined that justice be served. And I spoke to members of the family, terrific people and will be reporting as time goes by. We think that we also have to make the statement, and it's very important that we have peaceful protesters and support the rights for peaceful protesters. We can't allow a situation like happened in Minneapolis to descend further into lawless anarchy and chaos. And we understand that very well. It's very important, I believe, to the family, to everybody, that the memory of George Floyd be a perfect memory. Let it be a perfect memory. The looters should not be allowed to drown out the voices of so many peaceful protesters. They hurt so badly, what is happening, and it's so bad for the state and for that great city. So we are working very closely with the Justice Department. We're working with local law enforcement. We're working with everybody and we're speaking with the family and hopefully everything can be fairly taken care of. I understand the hurt. I understand the pain. People have really been through a lot. The family of George is entitled to justice and the people of Minnesota are entitled to live in safety. Law and order will prevail. The Americans will honor the memory of George and the Floyd family. It's very important to us, it's very important to me to see that everything is taken care of properly. It's a horrible, horrible situation. And so we'll be reporting back in due course and as quickly as possible."

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Date: 05/29/2020 08:22 PM
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The Chairwoman of the US Congressional Black Caucus, Representative Karen Bass, said lawmakers were going to hold a town hall meeting and introduce legislation to combat racism against African Americans.

In the wake of several incidents, some captured on video, including the death of George Floyd while under police custody, Bass said "it's feels like it's open season on black folks."

She also said that the pandemic has highlighted injustices in society, saying that African Americans who wear masks are targeted because they look "scary" and those that don't have received citations at a higher rate than other racial groups.

Bass was clearly frustrated by viewing what she describes as the murder of Floyd in police custody.

"If that police officer had had his knee on the neck of a dog for eight minutes and in full view of the world, killed that dog, there would be outrage around the United States ... Where is the outrage?" she said.

The case has attracted national headlines alongside the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in a Georgia neighborhood in February and the death of Breonna Taylor,  a black woman who was fatally shot in March by police who broke down her door.

Los Angeles - 29 May 2020

1. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rep. Karen Bass, (D) California:

"If the murder, the murder, of George Floyd is not going to make a difference in how the president sees things and 100,000 Americans dead has not moved him emotionally, why would I really expect anything much different?"

++BLACK FRAMES++

2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rep. Karen Bass, (D) California:

"African-Americans aren't allowed in places because we're wearing masks, because we look scary. African-Americans are dragged out of places when they're not wearing masks. Eighty five percent of the people in New York who have received citations for not wearing masks or not social distancing have been African-American and Latino. So it's feels like it's open season on black folks. And we're going to be discussing all of those things in a town hall meeting next Friday. And we are looking at a comprehensive package of legislation."

++BLACK FRAMES++

SOUNDBITE: (English) Rep. Karen Bass, (D) California:

"I mean, what can I say to watch somebody murdered on TV? Like I have been saying, if that police officer had had his knee on the neck of a dog for eight minutes and in full view of the world, killed that dog, there would be outrage around the United States. A woman in Central Park who yanked the collar of the dog, they took her dog away from her. The black man who could have been killed because she was angry at him and was going to call the police and say there was a scary black man. Where is the outrage? So I think what goes on in the country in terms of the regard for black lives is just so clear. And I think that this is a tragedy that we've seen over and over and over again with no end in sight and no leadership at the top."

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Date: 05/29/2020 08:13 PM
People: Gavin Newsom , George Floyd
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California Governor Gavin Newsom has called for calm this weekend in the wake of protests around the country over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Newsom said people who wanted to express themselves should do so "thoughtfully and gently."

In a televised statewide address, Newsom said that his young children showed him the video of a police officer putting his knee on Floyd's neck as he returned home earlier this week.

Newsom said his children were upset about the incident and knew it was wrong.

POOL

Sacramento, California – 29 May 2020

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1. SOUNDBITE (English) Gov. Gavin Newsom, (D) California:

"And my daughter wanted to make sure I saw it (the George Floyd video) and she was trying to reflect, ten years old, on what it meant. And here she was tearing up because she knew it was wrong. My son, eight years old, said, it's not just wrong, Dad, it's worse than wrong. He said because bad people are supposed to be bad, but good people are supposed to be good. That's what makes this wrong. And no sooner did he do that, Dutch, my four-year-old said, that's not right Hunter, police officers are good people and he ran away. My daughter, Brooklynn, true story by the way, my daughter Brooklynn just started to break down completely and ran away herself, saying I can't talk about all this. That's before I even walked into the house."

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Gov. Gavin Newsom, (D) California:

"So our hearts go out to George Floyd and his family, of course. Entire community that has been torn asunder, absolutely. But we have to be more resolved now than ever to do more and be better as human beings, as parents, as leaders in our own right and to model better behavior and soften the edges."

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Gov. Gavin Newsom, (D) California:

"And my gosh, is that overwhelming what we have in common. And so let us commit ourselves to that in the spirit of this moment and the spirit of this weekend where I pray that all of us who want to express ourselves do so thoughtfully and gently, but forcefully in terms of expressing themselves as they should and as they must."

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Summary: US: 7 Injured After Shots Fired During Protest For Breonna Taylor In Louisville, KY 3
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Date: 05/29/2020 07:45 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@RivalsDave via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 2 min 32 sec video Video Location: Louisville, Kentucky, US Video Recording Date/Time: May 28, 2020 As protests over George Floyd's death spread across the nation on Thursday, Louisville, Kentucky saw protests calling for justice for Breonna Taylor, an African-American woman killed by Louisville police during a house search in March this year. Shots were fired in the heat of clashes between police and protesters that resulted in 7 people getting injured.

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Date: 05/29/2020 07:01 PM
People: George Floyd , Derek Chauvin
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The Minneapolis police officer who was seen on video kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who died in custody after pleading that he could not breathe, was arrested Friday and charged with murder.

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said Derek Chauvin was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter, after the office gathered enough evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt.

Freeman did not have immediate details, but said a criminal complaint would be made available later. The charges come after three days of protests, which had been escalating in violence.

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Minnetonka, Minnesota - 29 May 2020

1. SOUNDBITE (English) Mike Freeman, Hennepin County Attorney

"I'm here to announce that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is in custody. Former Minneapolis police officer has been charged by the Hennepin County Attorney's Office with murder and with manslaughter."

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2. SOUNDBITE (English) Mike Freeman, Hennepin County Attorney:

"He has been charged with third degree murder. We are in the process of continuing to review the evidence. There may be subsequent charges later."

++BLACK FRAMES++

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Mike Freeman, Hennepin County Attorney:

"The investigation is ongoing. We felt it appropriate to focus on the most dangerous perpetrator. I must say that this case has moved with extraordinary speed. This conduct, this criminal action, took place on Monday evening, May 25th, Memorial Day. I'm speaking to you at one o'clock on Friday, May 29th. That's  less than four days. That's extraordinary. We have never charged a case in that kind of timeframe. And we can only charge a case when we have sufficient admissible evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt. As of right now, we have that."

++BLACK FRAMES++

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Mike Freeman, Hennepin County Attorney:

"I'm not insensitive to what's happened in the streets. My own home has been picketed regularly. My job is to do it only when we have sufficient evidence. We have it today."

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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@jbasham_ via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 1 min video Video Location: Louisville, Kentucky, US Video Recording Date/Time: May 28, 2020 As protests over George Floyd's death spread across the nation on Thursday, Louisville, Kentucky saw protests calling for justice for Breonna Taylor, an African-American woman killed by Louisville police during a house search in March this year. Shots were fired in the heat of clashes between police and protesters that resulted in 7 people getting injured.

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Date: 05/30/2020 01:00 AM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "Eric Thomas via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 1 min 14 sec video Video Location: Barclays Center, in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, US Video Recording Date/Time: May 29, 2020 Outrage is still growing, protests over George Floyd's death have spread across the nation. Large crowds gathered in parts of New York City for the protest to demand human rights for black people on Friday, May 29. According to NYPD officials, at least 9 people had been arrested in protests.

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US DC Police Death Protest
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Summary: Hundreds in DC protest George Floyd's death
Story No: 4271607
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Date: 05/30/2020 12:46 AM
People: Derek Chauvin , George Floyd
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Hundreds of people gathered in Lafayette Park near the White House after marching in the US capital to protest the death of George Floyd while in police custody.

Protesters shouted "No justice, no peace," and "I can't breath" as the march unfolded.

The march took place several hours after prosecutors charged MInneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin with third degree murder and manslaughter.

Chauvin could be seen on video on Monday with his knee pressed into the neck of Floyd, who was handcuffed and unarmed.

   

Authorities filed a complaint that Chauvin had his knee on Floyd’s neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds.

The complaint says that includes nearly three minutes after Floyd stopped moving and talking.

Washington, DC - 29 May 2020

1. Various of protesters marching in downtown Washington

2. Various of protesters gathered in Lafayette Park near the White House

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US CO Police Death Denver Protest
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Summary: Denver crowd protests George Floyd death
Story No: 4271605
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Date: 05/30/2020 12:36 AM
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US protesters were on the streets of Denver on Friday to voice their anger over the death of George Floyd, the black man killed in police custody in Minneapolis.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is calling for calm and unity after the first of several planned city protests over Floyd’s death turned violent. Hancock says the story should be about justice for Floyd, not riots and protests.

The state Legislature has suspended its work in anticipation of more protests in Denver over the death of Floyd.

The Friday rally and march in downtown Denver has been raucous but peaceful. On Thursday, hundreds of demonstrators confronted police and briefly shut down Interstate 25. Denver police say three officers were injured and 13 people were arrested Thursday.

Denver - 29 May 2020

1. Medium view of protesters walking along streets in downtown Denver

2. Medium view of police in street and protesters

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Mahlet Brhamesal, protester:

"It's like we can't talk, we can't breathe, we can't walk, we can't do anything, we can't drive, without being in fear. We can't even call the cops for our own safety without just knowing that this might be our last day to live here."

5. Various of protesters

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San Jose George Floyd Protest
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Summary: US: Protests Over Death Of George Floyd Spread To San Jose, California
Story No: spt006062
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Date: 05/30/2020 12:30 AM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@Scoop_Johnson via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 40 sec video Video Location: San José City Hall in San Jose, California, US Video Recording Date/Time: Mahy 29, 2020 Outrage is still growing, protests over George Floyd's death have spread across the nation. Hundreds of George Floyd protesters were taking place and shutting down Highway 101 in San Jose, California. Other group protesters burned the national flag outside San Jose City Hall.

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US GA Police Death Protest
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Summary: George Floyd death protests spread to Atlanta
Story No: 4271604
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Date: 05/30/2020 12:22 AM
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Activists spray-painted a large CNN logo outside the company's headquarters in Atlanta, breaking a window and tagging doors while protesting against the death of George Floyd.

Hundreds of protesters were confronting police outside CNN's downtown headquarters late Friday.

One protester climbed on top of the CNN sign and waved a "Black Lives Matter" flag to cheers from the crowd.

Protesters pelted officers who came over with bottles, striking some of them. Other bottles thrown at authorities exploded behind the police line, but no officers appeared to get hit.

Protesters chanted, "Quit your jobs."

The officers backed their line away from the group of protesters who were throwing objects at them.

Police ordered demonstrators to leave the street and threatened to arrest them if they did not leave quickly.

Protesters used accelerant to burn an American flag.

People were watching the scene from rooftops, some laughing at skirmishes that broke out and vandalism by the protesters.

Atlanta, Georgia - 29 May 2020

1. Various of people protesting against the death of George Floyd; police presence outside CNN headquarters in downtown Atlanta

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NYC Black Lives Matter Protest
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Summary: US: NYC Black Lives Matter Protest Over George Floyd’s Death
Story No: spt006060
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Date: 05/29/2020 11:45 PM
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RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit "@buckyturco via Spectee". Please Note this material is supplied by Spectee for the purpose of licensing to AP customers. This content is not produced or verified by the Associated Press. ******************************************************************* 2 min 16 sec video Video Location: Manhattan, New York City, New York, US Video Recording Date/Time: May 29, 2020 Outrage is still growing, protests over George Floyd's death have spread across the nation. Large crowds gathered in New York City for the protest to demand human rights for black people on Friday, May 29.

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Minneapolis National Guard