The officer who shot and killed a young black man in the suburbs of Minneapolis that Sunday mistakenly thought that his stun gun had paralyzed his gun.
Filmed a young black agent in the suburbs Minneapolis Mistakenly mistaken his stun gun for his shock firearm, A police commander was reported on Monday.
On Sunday night, hundreds of protesters protested in the American city of Minneapolis against the death of an African-American citizen at the hands of the police. George FloydThe case triggered protests against racism and police brutality against the black community.
Hundreds of people gathered in front of the police station Brooklyn Center Northwest of Minneapolis. An AFP video reporter observed at the scene that the police fired tear gas and deafening grenades at them.
Around midnight (0500 GMT), the National Guard was dispatched to the scene, and Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott announced a curfew from 01:00 to 06:00 local time (11:00 GMT).
‘S mother Daunte Wright, youAccording to local media reports, a 20-year-old African American young man told the crowd that her son called her and told her that the police had ordered him to stop.
Katie Wright said she heard that the police told her son to put down the phone, and then one of the police officers cut off the phone. Soon after, the son’s girlfriend told him that his son had been killed.