About 30 protesters took to the streets in St. Paul following the shooting of a black man, in which one of the 4 officers was fired. They demanded the firing of the other officers and for the one who fired the shots to face charges for manslaughter and 2nd-degree murder.
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Anarchists in Athens dropped banners in Petralona in solidarity with Errol, an anarchist jailed by the Greek state for protesting in the Amygdaleza internment center and set to be deported to France in what many call purely political imprisonment.
Dozens of New Yorkers gathered outside the home of a landlord in Maspeth, who illegally evicted an activist from her apartment last week while a moratorium was in effect. Demonstrators stated that they would come back every day, until the tenant was returned to her apartment.
About 150 protesters gathered in Tacoma following an incident the previous day in which a police cruiser ran over a crowd spectating a street racing event. Demonstrators placed burning barricades on the street, marching to a local prison to make noise for the inmates, as well as smashing windows of state institutions along the way. Police failed to kettle the demonstration, which resulted in very few arrests.
Greek anarchists in Patras dropped banners on the anniversary of the assassination of Professor Nikos Temponera, a member of the Labor Anti-Imperialist Front murdered by the youth wing of the liberal-conservative New Democracy party in 1991 during a street fight.