China News Service, June 2 (Xinhua) reported comprehensively that after police violent law enforcement caused the death of an African-American man Freud, at least 40 cities in the United States set off protests and riots. The comment said that this incident has uncovered multiple persistent diseases in American society, and it is now the time for the United States to repay its racism.
At the same time, President Trump said in a speech on June 1 that he intends to mobilize the army to stop "violence."
On May 31, local time, the United States capital Washington broke out anti-racial discrimination demonstrations for the third consecutive day. The picture shows demonstrators protesting on the north side of the White House. China News Agency reporter Chen Meng Tongshe
More than 4,000 people were arrested
Trump intends to mobilize the army to "stop violence"
On June 1, local time, a few days after the protests continued, Trump delivered a speech at the Rose Garden of the White House, saying that the government is committed to justice for Freud, but "cannot allow peaceful protesters' justice to be overwhelmed by angry mobs ."
Trump also "strongly recommends" that state governors deploy a sufficient number of national guards to control the streets. He also said, "If a city or state refuses to take the necessary actions to defend the lives and property of its residents, then I will deploy American troops and quickly solve the problems for them."
Freud's death has triggered a wave of protests throughout the United States. At present, at least 40 cities in the United States have imposed curfews, and more than 20 states and Washington D.C. have deployed the National Guard Vian, but it is still difficult to hinder the demonstrators.
In the capital, Washington, the police released explosive bombs in an attempt to disperse the crowd, but the emotional protesters began to burn items and smash police cars. In Boston, peaceful demonstrations also escalated into violent clashes, protesting people throwing bottles at police and setting fire to patrol cars. The demonstration caused injuries to several police officers and dozens were arrested.
Brian, an African-American demonstrator in Washington, said, “African Americans cannot change all this, being discriminated against and then resorting to violence, but acts of violence will only fuel more fear.”
"The mistakes that are happening are not mistakes. They (black people) have repeatedly suffered violent terrorist attacks, and people need to stop killing black people." New York protester McGillsky said.
According to statistics from the US media, after Freud's death, about 4,000 people have been arrested across the United States.
Some protesters are still protesting in front of San Francisco City Hall. China News Service reporter Liu Guanguan
Independent autopsy report says Freud died of suffocation
The ex-police trial was postponed
On the same day, an independent autopsy report commissioned by the Freud family of African-American men revealed that Freud died of suffocation caused by pressure on the neck and back, which resulted in insufficient blood supply to the brain.
The results of this investigation are inconsistent with the official results. An autopsy report from the Hennepin County Forensic Office showed that Freud suffered from coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, heart disease, etc., all of which may have caused his death.
However, the former police officer Drake Showan, who was suspected of kneeling Freud to his death, was delayed in court until June 8 local time. Currently, he has been transferred to the State Prison in Oak Park Heights, Minnesota. The court records did not explain why the trial date was postponed.
Xiao Wan was previously charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter, but Freud’s lawyers said that Xiao Wan, who violently enforced the law, should be sentenced to first-degree murder.
Freud's aunt said that the four police officers involved in the case should be responsible for the death of her nephew, but she worried that these people would not get the punishment they deserved. She said that Freud's death opened the floodgates of anger and violence. "No one has the right to do such a thing to anyone, and dogs are treated better than this!"
"Maybe this country will understand that we are tired of the police murdering unarmed African men." said Lex Scott, the founder of the black African rights activist group Utah Live Black Matts Utah.
On May 31, London, England, local police stood in front of protesters holding slogans.
"We stand beside you"
The protests spread to many countries!
In Europe, protests are intensifying. In London, England, thousands of people rushed to the streets and marched all the way to the U.S. Embassy in London. They held up banners such as "I can't breathe" and "Stop killing us" to protest.
Local demonstrators want to show American protesters, "We stand by you and move on. The lives of black people are crucial." Others said, "Racism is the real pandemic in the world." The British protesters plan In the coming week, demonstrations will be held in Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff and Glasgow.
Throughout New Zealand, thousands of people joined the protest team. A protester even tied himself to the fence of the US embassy in Wellington. He stated that he would persevere until he was forcibly demobilized.
In Berlin, Germany, more than 2,000 people gathered in front of the US embassy. They held up the words "Justice for George Freud", "Silent is violence", and graffitiers combined "I can't breathe" and Freud. De's head is drawn on the Berlin wall.
Multiple stubborn diseases
The pain of American race adds another wound?
The Freud incident is like a fuse, igniting the long-suppressed dissatisfaction and anger of the American people, and unveiling the multiple persistent diseases of American society. Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate, said that Freud ’s death was not an accident, and that there was “systemic injustice” in American society.
The Associated Press described that the turbulent night once again enveloped the United States.
The New York Times commented that the pain of African Americans will not heal slowly under strong pressure, but will only breed despair until one day is released, rushed out, attacked, and erupted. The article believes that racism is usually its root cause, and now, it is the moment when the United States is self-sufficient.