Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of Kenosha after it was decided that the police who shot Jacob Blake would not be charged with any crime, prompting hundreds of members of the National Guard to arrive on the scene. The march stayed peaceful the entire time, with Blake’s father, Justin, leading it for the majority of the protest.
Police in the El Codito neighborhood of Usaquén in Northern Bogota opened fire at a jitney van, or unlicensed transport service, full of people, killing one minor and injuring 2 others. Later in the day, hundreds of protesters gathered outside of the local CAI police substation and were then attacked by ESMAD riot police.
50,000 protesters gathered at the Alameda, demonstrating against the Piñera presidency and demanding the resignation of the government. Many ensuing clashes occurred, with chemically-tainted water cannons deployed against the demonstrators. Despite not arriving at the presidential palace, protesters remained undeterred and stayed beyond nightfall.
As SARS is disbanded, the SWAT force of Nigeria has taken its role, with heavy criticism from protesters. More demonstrators are turning out now than ever did during the #EndSARS movement, with thousands of people congregating in every city to end police brutality in Nigeria. Pro-SARS protesters have also begun to assail protesters substantially often.