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AMERICAN NEWS Jun 29, 2021 1:14 PM EST

BLM activists block Minneapolis councilwoman's car until she agrees to drop charges against rioters


Extreme Black Lives Matter activists blocked Minneapolis City Council member Andrea Jenkins's car in the street, forcing the councilwoman to stop and sign an agreed statement.

BLM activists block Minneapolis councilwoman's car until she agrees to drop charges against rioters

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On Sunday, extreme Black Lives Matter activists blocked Minneapolis City Council member Andrea Jenkins's car in the street, forcing the councilwoman to stop and sign an agreed statement that commits to dropping charges against alleged rioters. The signing was captured on video.
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Jenkins, a biological male who is the nation's first black, openly transgender person elected to public office, was sitting in the car's passenger seat when the enraged mob accosted her.
After the Taking Back Pride march ended on Sunday, marchers called for an end to police at Pride festivals, for the protection of black transgender residents, and for the local community to have control over police. A Facebook Live video captured the incident at Loring Park.
DJ Hooker, an activist involved with Twin Cities Coalition for Justice 4 Jamar, narrates the 23-minute long footage, in which he says that Jenkins arrived at the event "for a photo op," before she was confronted by the protesters.
 
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Judge Orders Minneapolis To Hire More Police Officers

UPDATED 12:31 PM PT – Friday, July 2, 2021​

A Minnesota judge has ordered the city of Minneapolis to address it’s police staffing issues. Reports on Thursday detailed the ruling brought after a group of people sued the city council, citing a rise in crime and stressing the current number of officers is below what the city charter calls for.

Like many departments across the country, officers in Minneapolis have been leaving amid the Black Lives Matter and defund the police movements.

“If the officers themselves are feeling as though they have no support to do their jobs, they’re leaving their jobs. We gotta try harder to come together because this right here, we’re going to destroy this city,” said one of the plaintiffs in a suit against Minneapolis, Cathy Spann......More
 
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