Brown discussed his decision to use an explosives-armed robot to end the standoff, saying that he believed that Johnson, who died as a result, "was intent on hurting more of us". "We're trying to figure out through looking at things in his home what those initials mean, but we haven't determined that yet". The chief and Mike Rawlings, the Dallas mayor, defended the police department's use of the robot bomb that killed Johnson.
The family of Alton Sterling, the man killed by police in the U.S. city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, has called for justice. President Obama addressed the recent spate of protests that have taken place across the country during his trip to Spain Sunday, praising the legacy of free speech in America, but warning that violent rhetoric aimed at police officers could result in the Black Lives Matter movement "losing allies".
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Huge crowds gathered in Oxford Street and Brixton to hold banners and chant slogans, following the brutal killings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling - who were both shot by police officers in the United States of America last week at point blank range.
According to Chief Ciminelli, there had been more than 400 people at the protest and that the 74 were arrested for disorderly conduct. "You shot four bullets into him, sir". Obama said protests were part of the longstanding tradition of free speech and the ability to demonstrate in the US. An estimated 1,500 protesters came together in by far the biggest rally Cincinnati's chapter of Black Lives Matter has organized.