I’m a lawyer investigating Philly police’s response to protests — and I need your help | Opinion

September 10, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer

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On May 28, 2020, America watched George Floyd take his last breath on the streets of Minneapolis under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer. Shortly thereafter, Americans began to protest and demonstrate in cities across the U.S., including here in Philadelphia. On that night and for many days thereafter, people of all races, genders, ages, and backgrounds marched through the streets of Philadelphia calling for change in our country. As thousands peacefully marched through the streets, businesses were also looted, police cars were burned, officers were injured, and protestors were met with tear gas and rubber bullets. Ultimately hundreds of protestors were arrested.


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