The chief of staff of the US army mark Milly apologized for a photo op with President Donald trump after the crackdown at the White house. He called it a mistake and spoke in support of the protests against racism and police brutality, reports a June 11 CNN.
Millie said that he regrets that accompanied trump on a walk from the White house to St John’s Church last week where they made a joint photo. CNN notes that this image caused a wave of criticism from officials and several high-ranking former military officials who stated that Millie risking to draw traditionally apolitical military in a controversial political situation.
The General added that his actions had created the impression of involving the military in domestic politics. “As an authorized officer in form I made a mistake, and I sincerely hope that we all can learn from this,” he said.
Millie also said that he is outraged by the murder of George Floyd and added that the protests caused them talking about centuries of injustice to blacks.
George Floyd died on may 25 after a tough police detention in Minneapolis. Satexperts confirmed that the death was caused by strangulation. From mass protests across the country, the U.S. government took the decision to bring the national guard to suppress riots in several cities.
5 Jun suspect in the case of Floyd Alexander Quango, Thomas lane and the Tao the court set bail in the amount of $750 thousand each. The main suspect, Derek Showin who pressed Floyd’s knee to the ground needs to be made for the release of $1 million
The evening of 10 June, lane has made a Deposit of $750 thousand and was released from prison.