In the American city of Seattle have been occupied by protesters after the death of George Floyd, some of the road trains, the President of Trump threatens, against the "anarchists" and uses a strong police force. The state must dominate the roads"".
Washington (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened with the removal of Anti-police protests in the city of Seattle.
Trump wrote on Thursday on Twitter of the Governor of the state of Washington, Jay Inslee, and Seattle's mayor, Jenny Durkan: "take back your city. If you don't, I'm going to do it. This is not a game." The President demanded that the two Democrats "to stop ugly anarchists" immediately. On Friday, he confirmed to burn: "The terrorists and plunder our cities, and find it simply wonderful, even in death." The "Takeover in Seattle" had to be terminated. After the death of the African-American George Floyd in a brutal police action on protesters in Seattle had set up in the North-West of the United States an "Autonomous Zone" near the Capitol. It is some of the road trains in length and some with barricades from the Rest of the city centre is delimited. The mood of the TV images that calm and peaceful, there are demonstrations, political discussions, and readings will be organized. The police are in the "Chaz" - the "Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone" - not desirable. According to media reports, the police left on Monday a guard in the area.
The governments of the city and of the state of Washington put on a dialogue with the protesters. Mayor Durkan showed no intention to leave the streets, spaces, and spoke of a possible "summer of love". Governor Inslee responded to Trump: "A man who can't govern, should stay out of the Affairs of the state of Washington out." Durkan said: "Bring us all in safety. Go back to Your Bunker." So you alluded to the fact that Trump had stopped during angry protests in the capital city of Washington at the end of may intermittently in the Bunker of the White house.
Trump spoke out during a visit to Dallas (Texas), contrary to Calling for cuts for the strengthening of the police. "We need to dominate the streets," he said. Trump added that this should be done with "compassion". His government has been working on plans for police to comply with authorities in the use of force Standards - tactics to de-escalate. Training and equipment would need to be improved. Minorities need to be given better access to economic development and health care. The White house announced on Wednesday for the next few days, plans for police reform.
The President described the actions of the police against Floyd in a Fox News Interview as a "disgrace". He spoke of "more than eight minutes of horror". A white officer had the 46-year-old Black on 25. May in Minneapolis almost nine minutes, pressed his knee into the back of the neck, until Floyd died. Trump regretted that such a fact has an effect on other forces. "The majority of cops are really good people," said Trump. There are everywhere black sheep. Then he added: "We will make no progress, and no wounds to heal, if we denote tens of millions of decent Americans falsely as racists or fanatics."
Trump has condemned Floyd's death several times, and the right to peaceful demonstrations, and stresses. He is however accused of not clearly positioning themselves against racism and to show little understanding for the anger about discrimination and injustice.
Meanwhile, hundreds of organizations require a special session of the UN human rights Council in Geneva to shed light on police violence and the operations in the United States after the death of Floyd's. A corresponding letter was received, confirmed to the spokesman for the Council on Friday. However, such meetings must be requested by at least one-third of the 47 member countries.
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Wikipedia picture of the Capitol Hill Autonomous ZoneUpdated Date: 15 June 2020, 16:35