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FBI Asks People To Submit Evidence Of Violent Individuals During Protests, Gets Flooded With Pictures And Videos Of Police Violence In Response.

FBI Asks People To Submit Evidence Of Violent Individuals During Protests, Gets Flooded With Pictures And Videos Of Police Violence In Response.

Social media has become a source of weapon to call out those who are considered the most powerful. Read this article and see how public can use the platform of social media to call out those in the place of power and how collectively this can make a strong impact.

The year 2020 is proving to be the toughest year of the decade. There is no doubt about this. On one hand, there is the spread of the deadly contagious virus that has already claimed the lives of many and on the other hand, the unfair death of George Floyd has sparked outrage and protests globally. The protests to get justice for Floyd's cold-blooded murder are not for his blood only but it is also for the rights and freedom of African Americans who face discrimination in every way and form even in the 21st century. 

The First Amendment gives Americans the right to assemble peacefully and air their views. And the FBI “respects the rights of individuals to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights,” as stated in its press release published on the 1st of June.

Recently, on its official Twitter page, the FBI asked people to help them by reporting violent individuals who have participated in the protests. In response to this plead, the public shared countless evidence of police using hostile force with the civilians. 

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