Hundreds in Santiago marched in honor of Itan and Tamara, both children being victims of gun violence in Chile, one killed by stray bullets from an unknown assailant and another by police during a gunfight. Demonstrators marched to the La Moneda presidential palace, asking why police resources were spent attacking protests instead of stopping gun violence.
SARS, SWAT, the police, and the military all over Nigeria began a campaign of brutality against protesters on the 19th, killing several all across the country and allowing pro-SARS militants to roam free and brutalize demonstrators. Anonymous’ attacks continue to ramp up, despite being overshadowed by the attacks on protesters.
Thousands of protesters in Medellín took to the streets against the Tributary Reform and neoliberal policy in Colombia, which would establish new taxes on basic goods and services and cripple the middle and lower classes. After police began attacking demonstrators, clashes began with looting becoming widespread later in the day.