|taken into custody||拘留された|
· George Floyd protests around the US: what is happening? →
Baltimore, Maryland: Thousands of people protested in this city, which just five years ago was roiled by the death of Freddie Gray, who was black, in police custody.
· New York protests: Video shows NYPD officer being attacked in the Bronx →
The attack comes following several nights of violence between police and demonstrators in New York amidst protests of the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, who died after in police custody after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him to the ground by his neck for a prolonged period of time.
· George Floyd protests: NYC mayor Bill de Blasio ‘proud’ of daughter after she is arrested →
The mayor’s daughter was one of 345 people arrested at protests in New York City on Saturday, and was briefly detained, then released from custody.
· Burned flags and curfews: US cities convulsed by unrest →
WASHINGTON, June 2 — Major US cities — convulsed by protests, clashes with police and looting since the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd a week ago — braced yesterday for another night of unrest.
· Washington resident houses dozens of protesters who cops wanted to arrest for breaking curfew →
Lombardo said that a suspect had been identified and taken into custody.
· ‘We have a president who sought to divide this country’: Olympic great Michael Johnson urges sporting athletes to speak out over George Floyd death →
Floyd was killed on 25 May while in police custody, with a video revealing a policeman forcing his knee into Floyd’s neck for more than eight minutes while he was handcuffed and on the ground.
· 'A terrifying performance': Donald Trump is close to inciting civil war →
The events of the past week, in which the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody led to demonstrations against police brutality, and these demonstrations were met by more police brutality – including unprecedented violence against the news media – have made it clear what Kroll meant by taking the handcuffs off.
· 'Stop and search' is a global problem that Australia must also face →
Since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody in 1991, there have been 400 more deaths with not a single conviction.