in The United States, many events are organised to demand justice after the death of George Floyd, an African-American, during an arrest. A man describing himself as a "leader" of the group racist Ku Klux Klan appeared on Monday 8 June in a us court. He is accused of having launched its drive against people who were protesting peacefully after the death of George Floyd, as did justice.
" Harry H. Rogers, 36, is accused of assault and bodily harm, attempted wounding and malicious vandalism criminal. Additional charges are the subject of an investigation ", has tweeted Shannon Taylor, the prosecutor of the county of Henrico, Virginia. Man is made "recklessly," to a group of protesters, has done to turn his engine and launched his vehicle over them, she said in an official statement released on Twitter. The mobilization was part of the wave of protests against police brutality and racism that was prevalent in the United States and around the world following the death of George Floyd. This African-American died on may 25 in Minneapolis during his arrest by a white policeman, Derek Chauvin, who appeared in court Monday, charged with murder.
A protester injured
Harry Rogers, "by his own admission and as we can see on social networks, is a recognized leader in the Ku Klux Klan and a propagandist of the ideology confederate," added the prosecutor. "We are currently studying the question of whether charges of crimes inspired by hate, are appropriate ". The american media have claimed that a protester had been wounded during the attack. The person was examined on the scene by paramedics and refused any other treatment.