CNN: Riot Police Deployed in Kentucky for Crowd Control of George Floyd Protestors

‘Emotions are flaring and people have become upset by what happened to George Floyd’

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LEMON: “This is Louisville, Kentucky here, affiliate wbrb. You can see there are people throwing things at police officers, police officers who are now in tactical stance and in tactical gear out in Louisville, Kentucky. The concern from Lloyd Ramsey and from other law enforcement people who have appeared on the air this evening, the concern was that it would spread to cities across the country. This does not obviously appear to be as intense as what’s happening in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but this is another U.S. City where you can see that emotions are flaring and people have become upset by what happened to George Floyd by police officers in custody.“

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