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A man has been charged with multiple felonies after he was accused of driving his SUV into a large group of people while they were holding a rally in support of Blue Lives Matter.

On the afternoon of July 25 in Eaton, Ohio, many people came together on the grass in a local park to advocate for Blue Lives Matter.

As the protestors held their signs and showed their support, a maroon SUV allegedly left the street and drove through the park, reportedly heading directly at the pedestrians in a purported attempt to run them over.

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The authorities reported that they were able to use Etsy as a tool in tracking down a woman accused of rioting during a protest where she allegedly torched two law enforcement vehicles.

On May 30, in alignment with many cities across the United States, it was reported that peaceful protests regarding George Floyd’s death were taking place in Philadelphia.

Late in the afternoon, it was reported that “civil unrest” began to break out in parts of the city where the protests were held.

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After a protest at a Scottsdale mall, Jake Paul was accused of taking part in criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly, and he is fighting the allegations against him.

Last weekend, a protest took place at Fashion Square Mall in Scottsdale, Arizona, that involved in the illegal entry to the building after it was closed.

While inside, the protestors reportedly looted and destroyed sections inside of the mall.

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A Salt Lake City man is facing charges after he allegedly threatened the mayor in addition to encouraging attendants to bring guns to a rally planned for protesting the shelter-in-place order.

A St. George resident planned a protest that took place last Saturday, and hundreds of people, many ignoring social distancing recommendations and without anything protecting their faces, showed up in Washington Square at the City-County Building to fight against orders put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

One of the ways the event was promoted was on a Facebook page, and it was reported that a commenter, identified as 58-year-old Marlin Richard Baer, left a post that was deemed an attempt to orchestrate a violent outcome.

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A patron of a Florida storage facility became involved in an argument leading to a physical fight with a staff member when they took different sides on the issue of the Colin Kaepernick protest that started when he kneeled during the National Anthem in 2006.

When 60-year-old Peter Jordan went to Port Saint Lucie Storage he reportedly began discussing football with one of the employees. The conversation allegedly turned sour when the subject of Colin Kaepernick came up and each of the men had differing opinions on the protest started through his action.

According to the arrest affidavit, Jordan approached the alleged victim when he stepped behind the counter and became verbally aggressive toward him. Things reportedly elevated to the point that a physical encounter ensued, and another employee tried to intervene by stepping between the two men which resulted in an injury to his arm.

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When a high school sophomore wore a tee shirt with a message on it in response to her school’s dress code the incident resulted in criminal charges and her arrest.

15-year-old Isabella Messer is a student at Hopkinsville High School in Kentucky, and studies Tae Kwon Do in her spare time. Her mother has reported that Isabella has never gotten into any kind of trouble.

Isabella showed up at school while wearing a long sleeve shirt with peek-a-boo shoulders, which is against the new dress code implemented by the school district, and she was suspended for her attire going against the policy.

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