(Smiley N. Pool / Staff Photographer), 39/55Police conduct mass arrests on the Margaret Helen Hunt Bridge after protesters demonstrating against police brutality marched onto the bridge on Monday, June 1, 2020, in Dallas. “We take these matters very seriously. The protesters were transported to the Dallas County Jail where they were later released. A Dallas Police spokesperson told CBS 11, “Everything has been peaceful thus far with no arrests.”, Dajai Monae of the Next Generation Action Network said early in the evening outside Dallas Police Headquarters to a gathering of several dozen protesters, “I’m afraid to go to sleep at night because I don’t know if I’ll be shot in my sleep. But she implored the protesters to leave if they didn’t want to be arrested. And yet, the weather was beautiful. Protests continued Monday, a week after the death of George Floyd. I don’t know Miles. day, and we encourage you to take part in the discussion. It felt disorienting to see them as I enjoyed my peaceful night. This, after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong in March. In Frisco, hundreds of people marched peacefully through the streets as police lined up along the march, which occupied the entire right lane of Eldorado Parkway from Rogers Road to FM423. Martin Luther King Jr. Last night, I went to a friend’s house in Casa Linda, staying socially distant in her backyard, drinking beer, sitting under enormous pecan trees, watching fireflies do their evening dance. Across Riverfront Boulevard, on the border of the curfew zone, a line of state troopers and the National Guard watched the protest. (Smiley N. Pool / Staff Photographer), 38/55Law enforcement officers block the western side of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge while police conduct mass arrests on the bridge after protesters demonstrating against police brutality marched onto the bridge on Monday, June 1, 2020, in Dallas. “DPD used smoke to stop them because of the danger of being on the bridge for their safety and the safety of drivers.”. Hundreds of protesters marched Monday evening to the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, west of downtown in an effort to stay outside the area where police were enforcing a 7 p.m. curfew. Shortly after 8:30 p.m., the protesters prayed and then began marching north on Riverfront, pausing to take a knee before continuing onto the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. County Judge Clay Jenkins said he “fully support[ed] not booking them.”, But after reports began circulating that District Attorney John Creuzot was urging police to let the protesters go, but his spokeswoman released a statement saying, “The DA never interferes with police agencies doing their job. “Texans must be able to exercise their First Amendment rights without fear of having agitators, including those coming from out-of-state, hijack their peaceful protest,” Abbott said in a joint statement with the attorneys, John F. Bash, Stephen J. Cox, Erin Nealy Cox and Ryan K. Patrick. She was angry and heartbroken, and she brushed with a sense of purpose: She wants action, swiftly. (Ryan Michalesko / Staff Photographer), 8/55Protesters march onto the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge as the demonstrate against police brutality on Monday, June 1, 2020, in Dallas. Protests continued Monday, a week after the death of George Floyd. (Ryan Michalesko / Staff Photographer), 32/55Police have protestors lie on the ground on the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge, while arresting them after curfew while they marched against police brutality on Monday, June 1, 2020, in Dallas. That’s why it was important to show up and protest violence against black people. Police arrested at least three protesters Wednesday night as more than 100 people marched through downtown Austin after a grand jury declined to indict Louisville, Ky., police officers on criminal charges over the death of Breonna Taylor. (Ryan Michalesko / Staff Photographer), 12/55Protesters march onto the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge as the demonstrate against police brutality on Monday, June 1, 2020, in Dallas. Joseph Hoyt, Staff Writer. Miles tells me he took a photography class last year and really got into it. (Lynda M. Gonzalez / Staff Photographer), 55/55People protest police brutality on Monday, June 1, 2020, at the Frank Crowley Courts Building in Dallas. Price is a regular panelist on Fox 26 Houston’s What’s Your Point? Digital access or digital and print delivery. A video of the George Floyd protest in Dallas appears to show a man being beaten nearly to death by the crowd. This morning, I cycled the roughly 10 miles from my East Dallas neighborhood to downtown, through Deep Ellum. She also likes art, a lot. More law enforcement at the east end of the bridge sandwiched in the protesters, and authorities began detaining dozens of them, including Alexander, on charges of obstructing a highway. One of the protesters, Yameca Young, 44, said she wanted her 10-year-old son to understand the reason everyone was marching was to ensure justice for future generations. The reporter said he called an ambulance for the victim. Kevin is a multiple recipient of the Stephen Philbin Award for excellence in legal reporting. “It shouldn’t have to go down this way. She's a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. Alexander said he moved the demonstration after law enforcement blocked downtown streets, impeding protesters’ route to Dallas police headquarters. I’m really super, super emotional about it.”. Authorities allowed them to go up a ramp onto the westbound lanes of the bridge, then deployed smoke to keep them from continuing into the Trinity Groves area. CBS 11’s Andrea Lucia said while the crowd is growing, it is smaller than the protests regarding George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis Police custody. Later on, the hundreds of protesters were surrounded and detained by police. Quintanilla said the protesters were peaceful but stressed that law enforcement needed to get the message that police must be held accountable — even if that means broken windows. Previous protests have often focused more on violence against Black men (Botham Jean, George Floyd, and others). The protesters were transported to the Dallas County Jail where they were later released. © Gannett Co., Inc. 2020.

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