America is Uprising | The Protest in the United States Turned into a Movement
Protests over the killing of a black man in the United States have turned into a movement, with large demonstrations outside the White House, and in other cities
Protests in the United States have not stopped after the death of a black citizen. Outside the White House, large numbers of citizens demonstrated, with many swinging.
The demonstrators also drew attention to the need to end racism through placards. White people also joined the demonstration and expressed solidarity. The Washington administration has rejected a decision to deploy troops to the city. The deployment was ordered by US President Donald Trump.
The situation is returning to normal in other US cities, but protests over the death of a black man have turned into a movement. Demonstrations are taking place in many cities. In the Buffalo area of New York, 55 police officers of the emergency response team resigned in protest after the suspension of 2 colleagues.
On the other hand, US President Donald Trump said in his speech that the economy has started to improve due to Corona, 2.5 million new jobs were created in the month of May and the unemployment level has come down to 13.3%. He said that millions of Americans are still unemployed, they will do their best, all American workers return to their jobs.
The law in the United States will change after the death of a black citizen
The law will change in Minneapolis after the death of black citizen George Floyd by the American police. According to the foreign news agency, after the death of the black citizen George Floyd by the American police, the law will be changed in the Minneapolis and the police will be banned from strangling the accused.
In this regard, the Mini Police City Council has unanimously approved the immediate reforms in the police, while the final approval of the reforms prepared by the Mini Police City Council will be given by the judge.
George Floyd, a 45-year-old black man, was shot dead by a white police officer on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Riots erupted in Minneapolis after the assassination of black George Floyd by white police officers, which engulfed several American cities.
57 policemen resign over suspension of two personnel
In the United States, 57 Buffalo Police Department personnel have resigned from the Special Squad in protest of the suspension of two of their colleagues. Two Buffalo Police Department officials were suspended after they knocked a 75-year-old protester to the ground and severely injured a senior citizen by hitting his head on the sidewalk.
The incident took place in Niagara Square. The video of a 75-year-old man being knocked down by police went viral on social media and users reacted strongly.
According to the Washington Post, two officers were suspended after the incident, in which 57 members of the police unit resigned in protest. It should be noted that after the death of black citizen George Floyd in the US state of Minnesota, the use of force to deal with the protesters has also been criticized by many US police officers. The video shows an elderly man wearing a mask approaching the police during a protest against police brutality, talking to them but being pushed by the police, causing them to fall to the ground.
The video shows the fallen civilians injured and bleeding from their heads. The elderly man was given first aid by two state police officers.
According to reports, this special squad of Buffalo Police Department was formed in 2016 to maintain law and order in the cities. Eric County Executive Mark Polon-Karz told a news conference that he was “deeply disappointed” by the resignations. He further added that his resignations show that he did not see anything wrong with last night’s incident.
“What happened yesterday, we all felt wrong, including the governor of New York,” he said.
The 75-year-old man’s name is Martin Gogino. He was rushed to a hospital. According to Erie County Executive Mark Polon Carz, he suffered a serious head injury.
The Buffalo Police Commissioner has launched an investigation into the officers involved in the incident after watching the video. The incident has been strongly condemned on social networking sites. The governor of New York said the incident was
“mainly offensive, heartbreaking and intimidating.”
He appreciated the move by the police mayor to immediately suspend both the officers.
Originally published at https://zaviews.blogspot.com.