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    The “Mona Lisa” was the subject of attempted vandalism on Sunday when a visitor to the world-famous Louvre museum in Paris smeared frosting all over the Renaissance-era painting’s protective glass. The man, who appeared to wear a wig in videos of the incident shared on social media, approached the painting in a wheelchair before throwing a piece of cake at the artwork, according to a statement from the Louvre. Videos of the aftermath show him on foot with a wheelchair nearby. “A visitor simulated a disability in order to use a wheelchair to approach the work, which was installed in a secure display case. The Louvre applied its usual procedures for people with reduced mobility, allowing them to admire this major work of art,” the statement noted. “While standing near the painting, this individual threw a pastry he had hidden in his personal belongings at the Mona Lisa’s glass case. This act had no effect on the painting, which was not damaged in any way.” A spokesperson clarified that visitors in wheelchairs are allowed to move in front of other...
    The bright lights of Hanukkah were not dimmed this year in Lancaster despite apparent efforts by some to do so. Hundreds of people turned out Sunday night in support of Lancaster's Jewish community after the menorah in the downtown district was vandalized.  Designed by Mark Joshua Lewin, the custom built, steel menorah weighs nearly 460 pounds and was placed in Penn Square on Friday, Nov. 26, according to Lancaster Online and the Lancaster City Alliance. It has 18 red roses honoring the City of Lancaster, and the Hebrew word "chai" which means "life." Sometime overnight -- just hours after the unveiling -- the menorah was vandalized, police said. Some of the arms of the menorah were bent as were some letters in the word "Lancaster," LancasterOnline says. On Sunday, the first night of Hanukkah, people turned out in droves to support the city's Jewish community. Anyone with information into the vandalization is urged to contact city police.
    Micah Beals, 37, aka Micah Femiah, was arrested on Monday for allegedly throwing silver paint at a George Floyd statue at a Manhattan park on October 3 Cops say a white skateboarder filmed hurling silver paint over a George Floyd statue in Manhattan is a 37 year-old failed actor who has scored bit-parts in Parks and Recreation as well as CSI.    According to the New York Police Department, Micah Beals, of Maspeth in Queens, was charged with second-degree criminal mischief for allegedly defacing the statue at Union Square Park at around 10am on October 3.  Footage released after the incident showed a man, wearing a dark green jacket, a neon green T-shirt, black shorts, black and white sneakers and a black beanie walking along the park carrying his skateboard in one hand. He later ducks behind a nearby statue of the late Rep. John Lewis and is seen grabbing something from his green backpack before he gets on his skateboard and hurls silver paint at the George Floyd bust before riding off, heading north on the west side of the...
    (CNN)The Hmong Cultural Center in Minneapolis is having to push back the opening of its expanded museum after vandals defaced the front of the building. Mark Pfeifer, the director of programs for the center, told CNN he discovered the vandalism Wednesday. "I saw it right away and my heart sank. It was so depressing," he said. White paint covered the front of the museum and the new sign advertising the museum, which had just come in after almost a month of waiting. There were also a few words stenciled into the paint, Pfeifer said, that read "life, liberty, and victory." Read MorePfeifer said they had to order another sign and they are working with the building owners on a cleanup plan, as well as adding extra security. Before the vandalism, the front of the cultural center had a new sign and bright yellow frontage."We've gotten racist emails and calls in the past, but nothing like a vandalism act like this," he said. They did have some broken windows from a protest last year, Pfeifer said, but the damage was not...
    New York (CNN)A statue of George Floyd that was unveiled in New York on Juneteenth by Floyd's brother was vandalized early Thursday morning and police are investigating the incident as a hate crime, a law enforcement official told CNN. Black spray paint was daubed on the face of the statue and over the inscription on the base. "PATRIOTFRONT.US," was stenciled with white spray paint on the pedestal, the New York Police Department said.Patriot Front is a "white nationalist hate group," according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Read MoreThe six-foot statue is on display on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn for several weeks before it is scheduled to move to Union Square in Manhattan in July.The NYPD said it is checking on the whereabouts of four males in connection with the vandalism. The NYPD released a video and a photo of what it said was the four walking toward the vicinity of the statue before the incident.City workers were cleaning the statue in Brooklyn on Thursday. The office of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, in a tweet, described the vandalism...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police have made an arrest in what they’re calling a rash of hate crimes in the Bronx. The NYPD identified the suspect as 29-year-old Jordan Burnette. READ MORE: NYPD & State Police Hate Crime Units Investigating Vandalism At Bronx Synagogues Police say they arrested him Saturday morning as he was riding a bike stolen from a synagogue. “He is being charged with burglary as a hate crime and also faces numerous charges relating to the many acts of vandalism as hate crimes that have taken place in this community,” said NYPD Deputy Inspector Jessica Corey, of the Hate Crimes Task Force. They say he vandalized four synagogues in Riverdale and also broke windows of parked cars. MORE NEWS: Local Leaders Call For Policy Changes In Response To Vandalism At Bronx Synagogues Police say surveillance, stakeouts and patrol all helped lead to the arrest.
    RIVERDALE, The Bronx (WABC) -- Police are investigating a rash of vandalism at Jewish synagogues in a Bronx neighborhood.Investigators say the suspect threw rocks and smashed windows at four houses of worship between early Friday to Sunday.As residents went for the prayers at the Riverdale Jewish Center, they walked by the heightened security."We felt we are in a safe place as residents or Jews," said Etty Bar-Shai.Some are not feeling a sense of safety after seeing the smashed windows and broken glass on the ground floor of four houses of worship - including the Chabad of Riverdale - that was targeted twice in one night.Police are now investigating the rash of vandalism as hate crimes. Video shows one man seen repeatedly smashing windows with rocks at the Young Israel of Riverdale.Police say the crimes happened between early Friday morning and late Saturday night. The proximity of the synagogues and the time of the crime leads investigators to believe they are only looking for one suspect."I try and be devil's advocate to try to understand where they're coming from," said Riverdale...
    A series of petroglyphs, or rock carvings, made by Native Americans more than 1,000 years ago were found vandalized in Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests in northern Georgia. Multiple boulders in Track Rock Gap were found with damage, including five with large scratches and carvings, and two that were painted.  The U.S. Forest Service shared the photos of the destruction on Facebook, writing, 'We regret to report the vandalism of a protected historic site on the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests.'  The Tribal Heritage Preservation Office spoke on behalf of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, 'Whether through ignorance or malice - the result is irreparable damage to a unique site that connects us directly to the people of the past.'  Multiple boulders in Track Rock Gap were found with damage, including five with large scratches and carvings, and two that were painted There were varying degrees of damage across the rock carvings, including one with what appears to be the initials of a couple The Track Rock Gap rock art and stone landscape sites on the Chattahoochee National Forest were created by...
    Mike Nguyen. Mike Nguyen Asian-American chef Mike Nguyen publicly criticized Texas' decision to lift a mask mandate last week.  His San Antonio, Texas, restaurant was later vandalized with racist graffiti.  He said he also experienced death threats and was flooded with one-star reviews online. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An Asian-American chef's ramen restaurant in Texas was vandalized with racist graffiti over the weekend after he spoke out against the state's decision to lift a mask mandate put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Graffiti was found at San Antonio's Noodle Tree on Sunday, the restaurant's chef and owner, Mike Nguyen, told Insider. The vandalism included racist messages like "no mask," "ramen noodle flu," and "go back to China." "When I saw saw it I was very shocked, and then I was angry, and I was hurt," Nguyen said. "What really got to me was 'I hope you die.' For me sharing my opinions and expressing my freedom of speech, you're doing to wish death upon somebody? Over a mask — a piece of...
    The rioting, looting, and arson that was seen in some 20 states in the days and weeks following the May 25 police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis could cost the insurance industry up to $2billion in claims, it has been reported. The previous record for the costliest period of civil unrest in insurance history was set in 1992, when Los Angeles was engulfed in violence for a week after the acquittal of four police officers filmed in the beating of Rodney King. The Los Angeles riots resulted in $775million in insurance claims being paid out. When taking inflation into account, that would amount to $1.42billion, according to Axios. Other costly instances of civil unrest include the 1965 Watts riots in Los Angeles ($44million); the 1967 riots in Detroit ($42million); and the rioting and looting that took place during the 1977 blackout in New York City ($28million). People walk past a store that was looted during a riot following a rally expressing outrage over the death of George Floyd on May 30 in Seattle. Insurance companies will pay out...
    Hundreds of young British people have starred in vandalism and uncivil acts in Magaluf, Mallorca. More I see many offended by the images of Magaluf.But did you really think that these people were going to behave civilly? I spent several years vacationing there and his stupidity knows no limits, he could see it coming … – The Parsley Of The Sauces (@PerejilSalsero) July 12, 2020 I come right now from magaluf. The helplessness I feel, seeing my bars with only a terrace and music Off at 12 and ALL the others with music and people inside despite being forbidden and obv with people on the go is brutal. It is IMPOSSIBLE that someone with power is not taking it raw – Tomeu Gomila Amatos (@Amatos_poker) July 12, 2020 Seeing the video of the English in Magaluf and that of the followers of Cádiz yesterday, I continue to bet on returning to restrictive confinement at the latest on August 3. # AhíLoDejo –
    The Silicon Valley tech CEO caught in a racist rant against an Asian family on Saturday was charged with domestic assault and vandalism in 2016, DailyMail.com can reveal. Michael Lofthouse, 37, was filmed gesturing at Jordan Chan and her family in a Carmel Valley restaurant and saying 'Trump is gonna f**k you', 'you f***ers need to leave' and 'you f***ing Asian piece of s**t' before a server kicked him out. Lofthouse, the British-born CEO of Silicon Valley IT startup Solid8, doubled down on the racist abuse in social media messages after the incident, writing 'Leave our planet. Asian f**k. Come near me or my people and u r f***ing dead. Do not start. U f***ing piece of s**t.' On Tuesday he wrote a groveling apology in a statement to DailyMail.com, saying 'my behavior in the video is appalling' and adding that he wanted to 'deeply apologize' to the Chan family. But court records show the CEO has a history of trouble after facing charges in 2016 for domestic battery, vandalism and damaging a telephone or power line. Michael Lofthouse,...
    AUSTIN, Texas – A suspect has been arrested and charged with vandalizing the Texas Capitol during a May 30 “Black Lives Matter” demonstration. Keegan Dalton Godsey, 23, of Austin, was arrested Tuesday after being charged with felony criminal mischief, riot, and interference with public duties, according to a statement by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Court records list him as free on bond, and a message to his attorney Thursday was not immediately returned. During the protest, monuments and fixtures were damaged, as well as DPS patrol vehicles, according to the statement. The Capitol grounds were closed during the protests, and the DPS said several of its troopers were injured. Following the protest, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott called in the National Guard to help guard the Capitol and reinforce state and local law enforcement officers.Read also:Photos: Christopher Columbus statue at San Antonio park vandalized amid criticism San Antonio councilman calls for removal of Columbus statue, renaming of park Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission.
    COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Police in Greenland have detained a man in his early 30s in connection with the vandalism of a statue of a Danish colonizer that was doused with red paint and the word “decolonize.” Police told Greenland broadcaster KNR Monday that investigations of the defacement of the statue of Hans Egede, a Lutheran missionary who arrived on the vast island in 1721, were ongoing. The suspect was not identified. The statue in Nuuk’s old district was vandalized early Sunday as Greenland was marking its National Day. It has been vandalized before. Statues and monuments of people associated with racism or colonialism have been targeted in light of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis last month. Egede, who was born in Norway that was part of Denmark at the time, is considered to be the person who colonized Greenland and founded the capital, Nuuk. Greenland was a Danish colony until 1953 when it became a formal part of the Danish Realm. In 2009, Greenland became a self-governing entity. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material...
    COPENHAGEN – Police in Greenland have detained a man in his early 30s in connection with the vandalism of a statue of a Danish colonizer that was doused with red paint and the word “decolonize.” Police told Greenland broadcaster KNR Monday that investigations of the defacement of the statue of Hans Egede, a Lutheran missionary who arrived on the vast island in 1721, were ongoing. The suspect was not identified. The statue in Nuuk’s old district was vandalized early Sunday as Greenland was marking its National Day. It has been vandalized before. Statues and monuments of people associated with racism or colonialism have been targeted in light of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis last month. Egede, who was born in Norway that was part of Denmark at the time, is considered to be the person who colonized Greenland and founded the capital, Nuuk. Greenland was a Danish colony until 1953 when it became a formal part of the Danish Realm. In 2009, Greenland became a self-governing entity. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may...
    President Trump took to Twitter late Monday to announce that “numerous people were arrested” in Washington, D.C., as protesters attempted to tear down a statue of Andrew  Jackson in Lafayette Square Park and—once again—targeted the nearby St. John’s Episcopal Church. “Numerous people arrested in D.C. for the disgraceful vandalism, in Lafayette Park, of the magnificent Statue of Andrew Jackson, in addition to the exterior defacing of St. John’s Church across the street,” Trump tweeted. “10 years in prison under the Veteran’s Memorial Preservation Act. Beware!” David L. Bernhardt, the secretary of the Interior Department, said he visited Lafayette Square and witnessed the destruction.  He said the country “will not bow to anarchists.  Law and order will prevail, and justice will be served.” The full extent of the damage is not yet clear. The Lincoln Memorial and WWII Memorial had been defaced in earlier protests, and on Monday night, the Jackson statue was also defaced. Reuters reported that “killer scum” was written on the pedestal. Ropes were tied to the statue in an effort to topple it, but the statement said “law...
    REVERE (AP) — A $1,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for spray painting swastikas on all four sides of a Muslim woman’s car in a Boston suburb earlier this month. The Massachusetts chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in announcing the reward Monday said officers responding to the graffiti in Revere in the early morning hours of June 11, also found the words “white power” spray painted on the street. “CAIR-MA condemns this appalling act of hatred,” the organization’s civil rights director Barbara Dougan said in a statement. “The perpetrator made his views clear with a can of spray paint. But we know that many residents of Revere are outraged by such a blatant hate crime and are raising their voices to send their own message: this kind of behavior will not be tolerated.” The owner of the car wishes to remain anonymous for her own safety, the organization said. Anyone with information is asked to call Revere police. (© Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All Rights...
    REVERE, Mass. (AP) — A $1,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for spray painting swastikas on all four sides of a Muslim woman's car in a Boston suburb earlier this month. The Massachusetts chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in announcing the reward Monday said officers responding to the graffiti in Revere in the early morning hours of June 11, also found the words “white power” spray painted on the street. “CAIR-MA condemns this appalling act of hatred,” the organization's civil rights director Barbara Dougan said in a statement. “The perpetrator made his views clear with a can of spray paint. But we know that many residents of Revere are outraged by such a blatant hate crime and are raising their voices to send their own message: this kind of behavior will not be tolerated.” The owner of the car 99 words Body (asterisk) A $1,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for spray painting swastikas...
    A “Black Lives Matter” art installation in Rockland County was defaced by motorcyclists, police said. Detectives from the Orangetown Police Department are investigating reports of vandalism at the installation, which was reported on Saturday, June 20. Police said that on Friday, June 19, the artwork that had the words “Black Lives Matter,” was created by the Nyack Center and the center's teen council on Main Street in Nyack. The following day, the department learned that motorcycles had left skid marks across the painting. The investigation into the vandalism is ongoing.  Anyone with information or businesses that may have captured video of the incident have been asked to contact detectives by calling (845) 359-3700 or using Tip 411 to provide anonymous information.
    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Police in the German city of Stuttgart said Sunday that 20 people were arrested and four police officers injured after a check for drugs sparked attacks on officers and police vehicles and widespread vandalism of stores in the city center. Police said several hundred people were involved. The disturbance started as an apparent reaction to a police search for drugs as groups of people partied outside late Saturday and early Sunday in a central park. People then attacked storefronts in a nearby shopping street, according to German public television reports, tearing up paving stones and smashing store windows. Cellphone video purporting to be of the events circulated widely in social media. Police asked witnesses to upload videos that could provide evidence to assist the investigation. Stuttgart police said 200 officers responded to the incident and four were injured. They said they were investigating to get a clearer picture of what happened and said they would provide more information later Sunday. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not...
    In the wake of the rioting across the United States that erupted during the protests against police misconduct, Archbishop of New York Timothy Cardinal Dolan on Wednesday pressed the issue of defacing places of worship. “It has a special violence to it when it is the house of worship that represents the noblest, uplifting sentiments in the human project, so that's a particular kick in the stomach,” Dolan told “Fox & Friends.” Dolan said that the police officers told him that they do not think St. Patrick's Cathedral was “singled out.” “They defaced a lot of buildings on the Fifth Avenue. That doesn’t lessen the ugliness of what was done but it does put it in perspective,” Dolan said. NYPD SEEKS PAIR WHO VANDALIZED ST. PATRICK’S CATHEDRAL AMID GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTS Last week, New York City prosecutors declined to prosecute a man who police say helped two women vandalize St. Patrick’s Cathedral amid George Floyd protests, according to reports. Yadir Avila Rosas, 26, of Queens, was apprehended in the case early Saturday, the New York Post reports. VideoBut his arraignment Saturday afternoon never took place at the...
    A local news reporter said his photographer was attacked as protesters ripped down a statue of Christopher Columbus in Richmond, Virginia. The protesters lugged the 8-foot statue to a nearby lake and tossed it in. The incident occurred Tuesday at Byrd Park after protesters chanted "take it down," and marched down Arthur Ashe Boulevard. When they returned, a group of protesters took down the statue. Some videos circulated on social media of the vandalism: Before the vandalism on the statue, Richmond Indigenous Peoples' Society member Vanessa Bolin spoke to the crowd and connected Columbus to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. "This continent is built on the blood and the bones of our ancestors, but it is built off the backs and the sweat and the tears and the blood and the bones of Africans," Bolin said to the crowd. "We're not here to hijack your movement. We're here to stand in solidarity." Brent Solomon, a reporter with NBC-12, said on social media...
    Turns out desecration is no crime in New York City. The Queens man arrested for scarring the landmarked façade of St. Patrick’s Cathedral during a George Floyd protest is now free — because the Manhattan District Attorney’s office declined to prosecute him. Yadir Avila Rosas, 26, was taken into custody at 5:30 a.m. Saturday, an NYPD spokeswoman told The Post. Police charged Rosas with criminal mischief in the third degree and making graffiti, alleging that he was the “getaway driver” for two women who tagged the famous house of worship with spray-painted slogans on May 30. But an expected Saturday afternoon arraignment never happened, at the DA office’s discretion. The two women wanted for questioning in regard to the graffiti at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.DCPI Cops are still looking for the two female suspects who marked the stone stairs of the cathedral and two walls flanking its entrance at Fifth Avenue and 51st Street with expletives and with messages like “No Justice No Peace” and “BLM,” for Black Lives Matter. The New York Archdiocese did not respond to a request for...
    Cops busted a Queens resident early Saturday in connection to the desecration of St. Patrick’s Cathedral during a George Floyd protest last weekend, according to police, who released photos of two others accused vandals still on the loose. Yadir Avila Rosas, 26, was taken into custody at 5:30 a.m., an NYPD spokeswoman told The Post. Rosas, who is scheduled to appear in Manhattan Criminal Court in the afternoon, was charged with criminal mischief in the third degree and making graffiti, police said. Authorities allege Rosas was the “getaway driver” in the tagging of the famous cathedral on May 30 at 5 p.m. Cops are still looking for two female suspects who did the tagging. Police said one of the women was wearing dark-colored tank top and shorts. The other, was wearing a white t-shirt and light-colored shorts. Anyone with information in regard to the identities of these individuals is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The graffiti on one wall at Fifth Avenue and 51st Street read “F–k F–k” in...
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Vandalism charges against a former Democratic aide accused of tagging the building of the Republican Party of New Mexico were dropped last week, according to court records. Records show the Bernalillo County District Attorney’s office dismissed charges against Cameron Chase McCall over a lack of evidence. He was charged in February with criminal damage to property after authorities compared video footage of the vandalism with a photo of him on his Facebook page. TOP STORIES George Soros, 89, is still on a quest to destroy America President of law and order: Trump takes aim at Lowlife & Scum as riots rage Pentagon brass summoned to Congress to testify on Trumps mobilizing of military forces The footage showed the man on Saturday morning spray-paint “still traitors” on the building. A criminal complaint said investigators compared the video footage with McCall’s Facebook page after the Republican Party received an anonymous tip. But there were discrepancies involving the vehicle used and McCall had a credible alibi, prosecutors said.
    VAN NUYS, LOS ANGELES -- More than 100 people were arrested Monday after police declared an unlawful assembly and began dispersing the crowd at a protest in Van Nuys.The crowd of several hundred had been protesting mostly peacefully for hours at an intersection in Van Nuys. Most people were standing on the sidewalks, but some spilled over into the street and were walking between cars.At one point, dozens in the crowd started running, apparently startled by a loud noise or disturbance. But there were no apparent injuries.Police appeared to be taking no chances, given the unrest around Southern California in recent days linked to protests. By around 3 p.m., the Los Angeles Police Department had declared an unlawful assembly, the first step toward dispersing the crowd.Los Angeles County had also declared a countywide curfew to take effect at 6 p.m.As police began breaking up the crowd, there were scattered reports of looting nearby on Van Nuys Boulevard. A Boost Mobile store was ransacked and at least three pharmacies were burglarized.One pharmacy near Vanownen Street and Haskell Avenue went up in...
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala, (AP) - Demonstrators smashed windows, set fires and tried to topple a Confederate monument in downtown Birmingham on Sunday night as unrest erupted around the country after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. The evening began with a peaceful afternoon rally at Kelly Ingram Park but ended with the vandalism of more than two dozen buildings and businesses. TOP STORIES George Soros, 89, is still on a quest to destroy America Asphyxiation not the cause of George Floyds death: Autopsy Obama says inspiring protesters deserve nations respect “Birmingham this is not us. This is not who we are. This is not how we taught the world how to protest. Violence, bullying and chaos is not the road to reform,” Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin said Monday. Woodfin said the city is declaring a state of emergency and implementing a city-wide evening curfew.
    OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Roughly 60 people were arrested for crimes ranging from suspicion of shooting at officers, vandalism, looting, and possession of firearms in Oakland overnight.Three people were arrested after shots were fired at the Oakland Police Administration Building. It happened just after midnight at the building on 7th Street. Officers made the arrests about 10 blocks away on San Pablo Avenue. No injuries were reported.RELATED: Here's which Bay Area cities are under curfew and what it meansThere were numerous incidents of looting and break-ins around the Fruitvale and International corridors and throughout the city.There were multiple incidents of sideshow activity. One person was arrested and a car was towed in one incident.One OPD officer was injured and taken to the hospital as taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco police have declared a protest at City Hall an "unlawful assembly" and in violation of the 8 p.m. curfew established Saturday night."We have declared an unlawful assembly at City Hall in Civic Center .... All persons at City Hall should leave the area immediately. Residents should stay inside and businesses should close," the police said Sunday night on social media.However, as the curfew went into effect at 8 p.m. protesters were still gathered at San Francisco City Hall.An hour later, the San Francisco Police confirmed several arrests were made and crowds have since dispersed. ⚠️ UPDATE ⚠️As of 9 PM we can confirm several arrests have been made. Crowds have dispersed from City Hall.#SF #SFPD #SanFrancisco pic.twitter.com/MwTMQyytiG— San Francisco Police (@SFPD) June 1, 2020RELATED: Here's which Bay Area cities are under curfew and what it meansAbout 1,000 people marched through the streets of San Francisco, carrying signs and chanting "George Floyd," "Black Lives Matter" Sunday afternoon."We're here because George Floyd was murdered in cold blood," Aliasiah Allah said. "We are sick of the...
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