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NY Post National NewsMay 30, 2020
Wife of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin reportedly filing for divorce
The wife of Derek Chauvin, the fired Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd, has reportedly filed for divorce over his role in the case, according to media reports. Attorneys for Kellie Chauvin said Friday that she is seeking the "dissolution of her marriage" to Chauvin. "She is devastated by Mr. Floyd's...

Yahoo NewsMay 29, 2020
Fire & Fury: Crowd Attacks CNN Center in Atlanta
CNN Center, the cable network's Atlanta headquarters, came under furious attack Friday night during protests over police brutality sparked by the death of an unarmed black man in Minneapolis.A largely peaceful demonstration erupted first in vandalism, then in violence. Cops used pepper spray, and then some in the crowd were seen smashing windows and defacing the giant CNN sign with spray-paint. Down the street, a police car was set ablaze.CNN correspondent Nick Valencia began reporting on the frightening scene from a stairway inside the building, behind a phalanx of SWAT officers in the lobby, with an angry mob standing on the other side of the broken and missing plate glass."I have a daughter and wife I want to get home to tonight," Valencia told anchor Chris Cuomo.Protesters lobbed objects at the windows and into the lobby, and at least one officer was struck. What appeared to be a flash-bang device landed in front of police and large gusts of smoke went up into the air.One protester breached the building and was immediately arrested by cops as Valencia shouted questions at him, asking why he was there. "Change," he replied.As the violence flared and the situation in the lobby became more precarious, cops began firing tear gas and the crowd quickly began to thin out. Live footage showed over a dozen police officers holding the line with shields, barricades, and armored vehicles pushing protesters away from the building as objects continued to be hurled. In a Friday evening press conference, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Botto
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