The lawyer for Thomas Lane, who is charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter, says his client "did nothing wrong" in a new court filing.
Officers used crowd control munitions to disperse the crowd after the windows of the Multnomah County Building were smashed and burning material thrown inside.
Martell threatened to kill the first officer, calling him a "racist" as other officers took him into custody.
A video shows an unidentified officer reveal to someone who appears to be a Black Lives Matter protester: "I'm leaving, you guys won."
Police in riot gear were seen charging at a line of protesters carrying shields before using batons and crowd control munitions to disperse the crowd.
"These findings highlight the fact that beanbag munitions can cause serious harm and are not appropriate for use in crowd control," the letter stated.
Now, more than ever, we must support the brave men and women of law enforcement.
Jae Passmore was leaving a protest in Tampa when she was tackled to the ground by police officers.
Bodycam footage shows a police officer ordering his dog to "hit" Jeffrey Ryans, a 36-year-old Black man from Salt Lake City, even after Ryans is kneeling on the ground with his hands in the air.
"I don't care if somebody decides to loot a Gucci or a Macy's or a Nike because that makes sure that that person eats," Black Lives Matter Chicago organizer Ariel Atkins said.
Viral video shows altercation between a woman and police officer in Melbourne over a face mask
A crowd of protesters gathered outside the headquarters of the Ferguson Police Department six years after unarmed Black 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot dead by a Ferguson police officer.
Amazon Ring has partnerships with more than 1,300 law enforcement agencies across the U.S. while drones are operated by more than 1,000 agencies, according to a new searchable database.
Videos posted to social media showed people adding objects to fuel the fire after a hole was made through the plywood boarding up the building.
"I stood here, talking to you, and look at my f***ing face," the female protester told the officer. "I haven't moved and you f***ing burned my face."
The database was created as a "contemporary Red Record."
A Gallup poll found that 61 percent of Black Americans said they would like police to spend the same amount of time in their community, while 20 percent answered that they'd like to see more police.
Black Lives Matter protesters allege that only those who can afford to "purchase extensive protective gear can engage in 1st Amendment speech in the streets of Seattle," in a new lawsuit filed against the Seattle Police Department.
Protests in Portland remained calm for three consecutive nights after federal agents withdrew from the city, but the Portland Police Bureau declared an unlawful assembly on Saturday night.
Hundreds of protesters had gathered outside Mayor Eric Garcetti's home in Los Angeles, calling on him to cancel rent amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig said he welcomes the arrival of federal law enforcement agents being sent to the city under Operation Legend.
Prior to the tipoff of the NBA's restart Thursday night, NBA analyst and former NBA great Charles Barkley said " if people don't kneel, they're not a bad person. I want to make that perfectly clear."
"This is public property. This is my city," the woman shouts, appearing to push one person away. Someone behind the camera then called her "a racist," asking her to leave.
"I wish you good luck with disturbances and lewd behavior, since those are just some of the recent calls my office has assisted you with in the past," the sheriff wrote.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Trump administration on behalf of the Wall of Moms, anti-racist organization Don't Shoot Portland and several individual protesters.
The George Floyd Hologram Memorial Project will travel to five locations this week, replacing former Confederate statue sites with an image of Floyd.
Grace Morgan, 32, told Newsweek she was held by officers with the U.S. Marshals Service inside the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse for more than five hours.
Noelle Mandolfo, 30, was seen in videos posted on social media being pinned to the ground by federal officers outside the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse in downtown Portland.
New Jersey police officers were recently captured on camera grabbing a 15-year-old bicyclist and throwing him to the ground by his neck.