“Detain” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Before the George Floyd death in Minneapolis there was the Mohamed Noor verdict →
Last Monday, Minneapolis police detained George Floyd, a 46-year-old African American man on suspicion of forgery.
The New York Times
· Outrage Over Tom Cotton’s Call for U.S. Troops to Quell Unrest →
Senator Cotton, Republican of Arkansas, writes: “One thing above all else will restore order to our streets: an overwhelming show of force to disperse, detain and ultimately deter lawbreakers.
· Experts say upgraded charge against officer in George Floyd's death fits →
Floyd, 46, died May 25 after Chauvin, responding to a report of someone passing counterfeit money at a market, detained him by pushing his knee into the man's neck for 8 minutes, 46 seconds.
· KL police chief: 11 nabbed for driving under influence →
Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said all the suspects, aged between 30 and 50 , were detained in operations at Jalan Klang Lama, Hartamas, Kepong and Jalan Hang Tuah.
The China Post
· Florida officer who shoved protester was reviewed over force →
“He understands and utilizes tactics that put a high probability on safely confronting and detaining violent offenders,” Jones wrote, while also noting that the officer was sent to mandatory training “to improve his interactions with the public with emphasis on public speaking.”
· Two Australian reporters assaulted and attacked during London protests →
He was detained by Conduit and bystanders before police arrived.
· Houston's police chief wins national praise — but faces local anger over shootings →
Chauvin, the officer who place knee on Floyd’s neck for about eight minutes while detaining him on May 25, was initially charged Friday with third-degree murder and manslaughter by the Hennepin County prosecutor.
· How to be an effective ally online, at protests, and moving forward →
One of the most beneficial things you can do as an ally at a protest, in Mac's telling, is to show up for jail support after, which involves taking shifts where protesters are detained to aid them upon release: It's an especially effective way to use your own privilege to assist those in unsafe situations at the protest.