Protests against gruesome slaughter Dyer Nicholas Police riots erupted in NYC on Friday night, but overall protests across the country were largely peaceful.
Check out this scene — a man standing on the hood of an NYPD vehicle in Times Square as protesters march against 5 former Memphis cops. will be imposed Dyer’s murder was caught on camera.
He crushes the glass and stomps on the glass. The police quickly chased him down, threw him to the ground and tied him up. Protesters gathered around, filmed the arrest and repeatedly told the officers… “Easy, don’t hurt him.”
Memphis Police Department
The NYPD heard the message loud and clear … officers escorted the man through the crowd, telling people to step back so they could pass.
A criminal case was registered against the suspect. Both women were arrested — one for graffiti on a police car (it’s unclear what she wrote) and the other for assaulting a police officer.
More protests erupted in cities across the country, including Washington DC, Boston, Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta and Memphis, where Dyer was killed. But they were all very quiet.
In downtown Los Angeles, however, protesters tore down a barricade as police in riot gear looked on. A protester hurled firecrackers at a police vehicle, which went up in smoke. It is not known if anyone was injured or arrested.