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Indiana man carrying loaded firearm disrupts meeting over gun threats against high school

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Unnerved parents of students at Plainfield High School in Indiana were at a community meeting to discuss online threats of violence made against the school when a man with a loaded gun entered the auditorium Tuesday night, the Indianapolis Star reports.

Law enforcement held the forum to address for the first time threats of gunfire and explosions at the high school. On Sunday, threats were also made against the local mall. Ronald Kendall, 37, was arrested on felony charges of bringing a firearm onto school grounds during the meeting. Police wouldn’t tell media if Kendall is considered a suspect in the threats.

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According to CBS4, hundreds of people were packed into the school auditorium on Tuesday night, but news cameras were not allowed inside. Authorities told the station that whoever is making the threats has been concealing their identity and taking measures to hide their IP address.

“We’re here addressing a situation of violence of this person, and then this happens,” one parent said. “They’re doing everything they possibly can — until then.”

The Star reports Kendall disrupted the question-and-answer section of the meeting. When Kendall wasn’t allowed to speak, he told the audience he was carrying a gun in his pocket. He was detained and led outside shortly after.

“It is a level 6 felony to have a firearm in a school building,” Plainfield police Cpt. Jill Lees told CBS4.

Call 6 reported that parents were upset by the incident and questioned whether their children were safe at the school, considering a man with a loaded gun was able to get into the meeting. The incident resulted in the meeting ending early.

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‘They just fired on us’: Horrifying videos of cops ‘using journalists for target practice’ in Minneapolis

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Journalists covering the protests in Minneapolis reported on being targeted by police on Saturday.

Multiple reports -- including live coverage on CNN -- showed police firing rubber bullets at journalists.

It’s open season on the media for the cops in Minneapolis. Evil. https://t.co/ZR3Nnf9ofH

— Nick Stellini (@StelliniTweets) May 31, 2020

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BUSTED: Videos document NYPD mowing down protesters with police cruisers

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New York Police Department cruisers drove through a crowd of protesters -- and it was all captured on video.

Video shows protesters blocking a NYPD SUV with a barricade.

A second cruiser then comes up to the right of the first car -- and then the both violently accelerate through the pedestrians.

Video of the Brooklyn event was captured from both the street level and above.

“NY’s Finest”. Disgusting. #BlackLivesMatter #riots2020 #JusticeForGeorgeFlyod pic.twitter.com/GP5vcXRlqy

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‘Stop it! Stop it’: Shocking video shows young girl in Seattle crying after reportedly being maced by police

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Video posted to social media on Saturday reportedly shows the aftermath after a young girl was maced by Seattle Police.

The girl can be heard screaming as protesters attempted to deliver first aid.

"Stop it! Stop it," she screamed.

Here is a thread Twitter user Kayvon Behroozian posted to Twitter, tagging local media outlets, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin and Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best.

Apparently Officer Campbell (see thread — mustache) of @SeattlePD maced the CHILD crying in this video. He did not provide his badge number upon request, unlike his colleagues. @seattletimes @Q13FOX @MayorJenny @carmenbest (posting on behalf of friend who took these videos/pics) pic.twitter.com/0ojb37RSJt

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