A peaceful protest was held for the murder of George Floyd who was killed by a Police office. Protesters marched thru the streets and boardwalk of Atlantic City ending at Kennedy Plaza. Atlantic City, NJ. May 31, 2020 (Kristian Gonyea/ For Press of Atlantic City)
Protesters move along the streets of Atlantic City, making their way to Kennedy Plaza on the Boardwalk, on Sunday as they protest social injustice. Below, they clasp their hands behind their backs as they protest the death last week of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.
Hundreds of protesters march in Atlantic City on Sunday as the resort became the latest city across the nation to see protests in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd in the custody of Minneapolis police last week. Below, damage to the Brooks Brothers store at The Walk outlet shopping district. Vandalism and looting erupted after the peaceful event. A photo gallery is attached to this story at PressofAC.com.
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Kristian Gonyena, or who ever wrote the caption for the protests. You should be careful about your false reporting. In more than 1 caption you called this event a murder. In all cases you said the victim was killed by a police officer. You don’t know this to be fact. Perhaps the Perp died from a preexisting condition! He was arrested for passing a fake$20.00 dollar bill. Cuffed and as the officers were putting him in a car he resisted by falling down. There is a lot more to this story Kristian. Do your homework !!!
Jim Clark. Two videos clearly shows he was murdered
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