Germany and Great Britain join protests against US harsh police actions - video
The protest in the case of George Floyd was supported by thousands of residents of Great Britain and Germany. They took to the streets with posters, demanding justice for a black man. In one of the parks in Berlin, graffiti appeared depicting the deceased, as well as his dying words "I can not breathe." In London, on Trafalgar Square and near the US Embassy, protesters gathered with the posters “Justice for George Floyd.” Recall that in the United States riots began after one of the police officers pressed Floyd's neck with his knee when he was already lying on the ground. As a result of harsh police actions, 46-year-old African-American George Floyd died in a hospital.