Protesters near Rayshard Brooks say police are not allowed there

Protesters near Rayshard Brooks say police are not allowed there

According to new reports, armed protesters near the Atlanta area, where Rayshard Brooks was hit deadly during his arrest earlier this month, police say he is no longer allowed to go to the area.

A man joined by two people close to Wendy’s restaurant on June 12, Tuesday, on Tuesday night. FOX News said He said he carried a 12-caliber shotgun.

“To protect us and my peaceful people, me and me, because there is no police presence here, as you know,” said the man. “There’s no one else to protect us, so me and my brothers are here to protect each other.”

“The police are not allowed because they are not here to protect us,” he added. “They are no longer here to serve and protect.”

If a patrol car comes onto the field, according to one of the other guys, it will “have to leave.”

A third person said that the protesters would “calmly discuss and talk” with the officers and say they are not moving and are peaceful.

A FOX News reporter followed an invisible barricade.

The Atlanta Police Department told FOX early Wednesday that the ministry “is monitoring the situation and plans to coordinate with community leaders and Wendy’s property owner to address security issues and help maintain peace for this community as soon as possible”.

A man armed with a rifle stands guard at the monument that grows around Wendy's restaurant
An armed man with a rifle stands guard at the monument that grows around Wendy’s restaurantGetty Images

Meanwhile, some residents say that those who are no longer there to protest occupy space to occupy their space.

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“It’s not a protest at this point,” Kimberlee Jones He told WXIA-TV. “I use the term ‘flea market’ because some people are camping, some are selling something, others are taking selfies and not actually protesting.”

He also said that the scenery became dangerous.

“My husband literally missed catching a crossfire when he was returning home,” said Jones. “And people were shot and injured.”

Tuesday’s lawmakers arrested 29-year-old Natalie White, accused of burning Wendy, where Brooks was shot by the police.

Brooks, 27, was killed by a police officer in Atlanta, in a foot chase with the police in the restaurant’s parking lot. After failing an appeal test, he started running with an officer Taser.

Brooks returned as he escaped and showed Taser to the later officer, Garrett Rolfe, who opened fire.

Rolfe, 27, was fired from the department and charged with murder. The second 26-year-old intervention officer, Devin Brosnan, was placed on administrative duty and was subjected to a heavy attack on death.

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