American in Atlanta during the protests that erupted after the death in detention of African American Reichard Brooks, was detained 36 people. It is reported by CNN.
The father of three children, Brooks June 12, died in hospital after was wounded during the arrest by the police.
The day after his death, the city began the protests transformed into riots. The protesters blocked roads and set fire to a café, next to which a police officer shot the man. To disperse the protesters, the Atlanta police used tear gas.
This is the second death of an African American in the United States, which provoked mass protests. May 25 in Minneapolis after a tough police detention died previously convicted George Floyd. Forensic examination confirmed that the death was caused by strangulation (a police officer with his knee pinned Floyd to the asphalt, becoming on his neck).
The destruction of the man triggered massive protests (often accompanied by riots and acts of vandalism), first in Minneapolis and later in other American cities.
In clashes in nine States, killed 11 people, among them – both police and demonstrators.
Four employees of police of Minneapolis, who participated in the arrest of Floyd, was charged.