51 Arrested In Minneapolis Protests Following Derek Chauvin’s Release

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Minneapolis police announced more than 50 arrests were made Wednesday night during protests.

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Protesters gathered outside of the Minneapolis 5th Police Precinct in Minneapolis on Wednesday following the release of former police officer Derek Chauvin being released after posting $1 million bond.

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Protesters gathered outside of the Minneapolis 5th Police Precinct in Minneapolis on Wednesday following the release of former police officer Derek Chauvin being released after posting $1 million bond.

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Demonstrators marched through the southern part of the city Wednesday, including the neighborhood where Floyd was killed, according to Minnesota Public Radio. The MPR adds the protesters eventually made their way to the Minneapolis police department’s 5th precinct.

One arrest was apparently on suspicion of assault on a law enforcement official.

The Star Tribune reports approximately 300 people took part in Wednesday’s demonstrations which were largely peaceful, adding that another protest is planned for Thursday evening outside the Hennepin County Government Center in downtown Minneapolis.

  • Derek Chauvin
  • George Floyd
  • law enforcement

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