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Police car runs directly into the protesters in Brooklyn

Chaos and protests broke Saturday out for the third day in succession in New York City, where police and protesters clashed in the borough of Brooklyn.

In the neighborhood of Prospect Heights blocked a group of protesters with a police car, that a short time after gassede up and drove directly into the crowd.

the Video of the incident, which took place shortly after at eight o'clock Saturday evening local time, has been shared extensively on social media.

It is unknown whether some of the protesters got hurt.

Until at nine o'clock on Saturday evening local time has been made over 100 arrests in New York City as a result of the violent protests.

It tells a colonel to NBC News.

the Official says further, that at least 15 police cars have been burned by in Manhattan and in Brooklyn.

Late on Saturday evening marched hundreds of protesters through the centre of Brooklyn and blocked the traffic, while the song 'no justice, no peace'.

On their way they destroyed windows of banks and painted graffiti on buildings.

It reports the media Newsday.

As the protesters reached the Barclays Center, they were met with barricades and masked police officers, who guarded the entrance to the main arena.

the Demonstrators are protesting across the UNITED states over a black man's death in Minneapolis on Monday.

the 46-year-old George Floyd lost his life after a white police officer had been sitting with his knees on Floyd's neck for several minutes during an arrest.

While the protests continue in New York City late on Saturday night local time, the account is in good standing the city's mayor, Bill de Blasio, and the systematic racism that goes on in american society.

- We can not continue like this, he says, according to CNN.

the Mayor refers simultaneously to an incident in Central Park recently, where a hundelufter by the name of Amy Cooper confronted a black man.

She kriminaliserede literally it to be a black man, says Bill de Blasio.

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