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“F*uck The Police” protest in Raleigh Saturday night, businesses board up, Mayor “conflicted” on curfew

Just three days after Attorney General Daniel Cameron said the Grand Jury would not be indicting the officers who killed Breonna Taylor, Raleigh, North Carolina responds Saturday night.

Protesters all over the country are back in the street in masses to protest Justice For Breonna Taylor. 

Businesses in Raleigh are boarding up, and Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin decides whether or not to impose a curfew, and she says she’s “conflicted” about whether to do so. Many in the area say Baldwin would be violating their constitutional rights if she does. 

Fayetteville Street between Morgan and David Street, Hargett Street between Salisbury and Wilmington street, and Martin Street between Salisbury and Wilmington streets all will be closed through the weekend from 7 a.m. Saturday until 7 a.m. Monday.

The “Fuck the police” protest will be at Nash Square at 7:00 P.M.

Gerald Jackson, Lead Journalist for The North Carolina Beat will be providing you live coverage. Follow me on Twitter @GeraldJBlessed to keep up!


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