There was a march of black armed demonstrators in Louisville that ended in gunfire

Dozens of demonstrators with semi-automatic rifles and shotguns, dressed in black paramilitary uniforms, marched on 25 July towards a blocked intersection where they were separated by the police from a small group of armed counter protesters.
Along the way, the armed protesters were joined by “civilian” black protesters, who carried a variety of slogans.

During protests by BLM supporters in Louisville, Kentucky, gunfire broke out, injuring three people.

A procession in memory of the murdered 26-year-old African-American woman, Breonna Taylor, stopped when the convoy began shooting. The police specified that all of the wounded and the initiators of the shooting were members of the same radical armed group.

The incident took place at 8:00 p.m., all the victims were hospitalised.

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