CNN Sign Defaced Amid Black Lives Matter Protests in Atlanta

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A CNN sign was vandalized on May 29 during a Black Lives Matter demonstration outside the news network’s building in Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta, Georgia.

Footage shows protesters mounting the graffiti-clad sign, holding placards that read “black lynching must go” and “justice for all, black lives matter.”

Other footage shared on social media showed protesters hurling objects at the building.

Activists held protests in major cities across the US after video circulated of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pinning Floyd, a black 46-year-old, to the ground with his knee on Floyd’s neck on May 25. Floyd died soon after.

Chauvin, since fired by Minneapolis police, was arrested and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter on May 29. Credit: @squab__1 via Storyful

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  • G
    Gregory
    Any comments from the CNN Diversity Department?
  • R
    Rob
    Animal farm.
  • M
    Murder Hornet
    Not a protest.............It is a riot.
  • d
    david
    I'd like to hear how CNN feels about the people they stand up for now.
  • R
    Ruben
    About the only good news
  • M
    Mr Know it ALL
    Even the Black Lives Matter folks realize that CNN is FAKE NEWS CNN.
  • F
    Filbert Newman
    No longer matter to me.
  • s
    silent
    So, where is the ICHR now, silent ha? Still busy meddling in the Philippines internal affairs?

    Tsk..tsk..tsk.
  • j
    jane
    GOOD!! CNN NEEDED THAT!
  • x
    xesecre
    They had this coming for quite some time! I Am sure it is not over! Clown News Network TOTALLY brought this upon themselves!
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It has been known for many years that the first sensation of...更多
Jim2 小時前
It is not an anti-racist statue. It is highly racist and cri...更多
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