October 20, 2021

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Military police prepared to deploy in Minneapolis

Military police prepared to deploy in Minneapolis

Minneapolis survived a fourth-night fire and Friday night robbery around 8 p.m. The Pentagon is now preparing to send in the US military – a curfew and 500 national guards.

The Pentagon ordered the military to immediately stop several active-duty military police units The Associated Press reports.

If called in early Saturday morning, players will be ready at Fort Prague in North Carolina and Fort Drum in New York. The order came from President Trump.

Friday marked the fourth night of unrest in the Twin Cities after the death of George Floyd, and fires destroyed businesses and vehicles, followed by looting and protesters attacking police. CBS affiliate report.

A fire at a gas station threatened nearby homes.

After what began as peaceful protests, the protesters went into chaos as they seized a curfew, Tim Walls set up for the Twin Cities, and on Thursday protesters burned down a police complex.

“I urge residents to follow the 8pm curfew and go home immediately,” Valls tweeted at 11:40 p.m. Central time. “Law enforcement needs to respond to emergencies, restore order, and keep Minnesota safe.”

Several hundred members of the National Guard, the State Patrol and the local police were on the ground in riot gear until Friday night.

The federal government, meanwhile, sent a Customs and Border Protection Predator P drone into Minneapolis on Friday Flight details Posted by reporter Jason Paladino.

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The drone rallied around the city “at the request of our federal law enforcement partners to provide a live video of the situation,” CBP Told Business Insider.

The company said the drone was later returned because it was not needed.

Firefighters extinguished the flames as tears streamed down the crowd. There was a report that he was fired against law enforcement, but no injuries were reported, CBS said.

“Minnesota, please go home. It is time to restore peace in our streets and neighborhoods, ”Valls Added another tweet Central time is 12:30 p.m. “The situation is dangerous for Minnesota and first responders.”

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