Tonight, Dallas protesters gathered to share anger, sadness and exhaustion over the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
George Floyd died after a Minneapolis officer knelt on his neck, the officer, Derek Chauvin, was arrested for third-degree murder. Floyd was a Houston native who had just recently moved to Minneapolis.
Breonna Taylor was shot by an officer who entered her Kentucky home on May 13.
Neighbor and Dallas Police Chief Reneé Hall was on the ground, talking to protesters, before tear gas was released.
Here’s a video taken of Police Chief Hall at tonight’s protest:
Before tear gas was released, Chief Hall was seen with the protesters. Everyone scattered right after this vid was taken. pic.twitter.com/TnEh59P812— Tommy Noel (@TommyNoel) May 30, 2020
Police telling everyone to go home or they will be arrested. pic.twitter.com/9BMDGTy9vS— Tommy Noel (@TommyNoel) May 30, 2020