Protesters set Minneapolis police station on fire, as they protest for the killing of George Floyd
A police station in Minneapolis has been set on fire during a third night of protests over the death of an unarmed black man in custody on Thursday.
The protest continued in spite of the governor of Minnesota instructing the dispositin of hundreds of members of the National Guard to put back order.
President Donald Trump said “thugs” were ” disgracing the memory” of George Floyd, 46, who died on Monday.
Mr Floyd’s family have call on to the four police officers involved in his death face murder charges. But district attorney have said they are still finding more evidence.
The incident has joined to long-established annoyance over the police killings of black Americans, including the current case of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky.
‘Protesters have also taken to the streets in Chicago, Los Angeles and Memphis.’