A lie. It does not fit.
It is the conclusion in the aftermath of a conspiracy theory, in the wake of the riots in the UNITED states have arisen on the internet and in particular social media.
Here is a series of video clips and pictures of the brick has gone viral. The secret internetkrigere have alleged that the cluster of stone has been put on the street by the police for inciting rioters to take them in use.
at the same time claim that it all had to be set in the world of Trumps people, as he believes that the riots may give him the political wind in the sails.
But it is very far from reality. Both the american NBC and british BBC has faktatjekket the story, and the conclusion is clear. It is a fake.
NBC News' Verification Unit has thus examined murstensopslag several lookups from, among others, Dallas, Minneapolis, Tacoma, Washington, San Francisco and Boston.
in Particular, a video from the latter city has spread. Here we see two cops with the car full of bricks.
From someone in Boston pic.twitter.com/2rbFQExziR— polar bear (@loch_northern) June 2, 2020
Northeastern University Police Department has, however, explained that there are safety concerns associated with a destroyed.
- in Order to prevent damage to the pedestrians chose the ushers to gather the bricks up and return to NUPD headquarters with them. Here they took with the same contact to the municipality, who were asked to come and pick them up. This is where the video originates from, writes police on Twitter.
NBC has also, by means of geolokalisering examined an area in Dallas, and here it turned out that the alleged police-brick had been put on the site several months before the riots, which started in the last week.
the British BBC has moved forward in the same way, and their conclusion is the same.
Also police in the UNITED states has responded to some of the stories that have spread. Here the Frisco Police:
Frisco PD has responded and investigated the report of bricks near where a planned protest is to be held. It was determined that the bricks were part of a planned HOA construction project and with permission they have been removed to be returned at a later time. pic.twitter.com/jGL1AkGy5z— the Frisco Police (@FriscoPD) June 1, 2020
- the Frisco PD has responded and examined the report on the brick close to a place where a planned protest was to be held. It was established that the murstene were placed there due to a planned construction project in an owners ' association. They have now been removed and will be returned at a later time, writing the police.
It's the same in San Francisco.
Hello @LondonBreed it appears that the mysterious brick placing is happening in our city in an attempt to escalate our protests. What are you going to do about this? pic.twitter.com/9u2BGKAj2r— Lex (@lextayham) June 2, 2020
In over 100 cities and towns in the wake of George Floyd's death has been violent riots.
It all started 25. may in the city of Minneapolis, where the police were allegedly called out to a forfalskningssag. It evolved into a dramatic arrest where a white cop sent George Floyd in the asphalt in bare-chested.
Here he held firmly on the ground to get the pressure its neck and neck down in the asphalt of the officer using his knee as a 'weapon'.
Meanwhile, came the desperate plea from George Floyd:
- Please, I can't get the weather. Don't kill me.
the Entire scene is caught on a several minutes long video, where the african-american man desperately asking the officer to stop. George Floyd can't breathe.
Later, he loses consciousness and dies in the hospital. A death on the open street. A week later, shows an independent post-mortem of George Floyd, that he died of suffocation.
- the Autopsy of Floyd showing that he had other health problems that may have triggered or contributed to his death, says coroner Michael Baden, according to the news agency dpa.
the Autopsy shows further that the pressure, as a police officer Derek Chauvin inflicted on Floyd's neck with his knee, stopped the blood flow to the brain.
the autopsy report is commissioned by George Floyd's family.
Community - 27. may. 2020 - pm. 06:39 simply terrible: - I can't get the weather
the Case of Floyd and his last words have been to hashtagget #ICantBreathe, which is used together with the well-known slogan 'black lives matter'.