What started as a peaceful demonstration against police brutality Saturday afternoon escalated in the Marquette City Police Department parking lot.
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"To be absolutely clear, neither I nor anyone in our group was engaged in any looting or vandalism," Paul said in a statement.
“If a police officer is in that situation, they have to get out of that situation,” di Blasio said.
"Say his name," some shouted in London, while other held placards reading "I can't breathe."
They lobbed tear gas at peaceful demonstrators in an attempt to enforce curfew.
“I saw nothing better I could do to give back to people like my mom, my dad," Kentez Craig said.