Minneapolis Braces for Unrest During Derek Chauvin Trial

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The Min­neapo­lis city gov­ern­ment and local busi­ness­es are brac­ing for a new wave of vio­lence as the offi­cer accused of killing George Floyd faces a jury next week.
From now until the end of for­mer Min­neapo­lis police offi­cer Derek Chau­vin’s tri­al, swaths of the city’s down­town will be closed to traf­fic and strict­ly lim­it­ed for pedestrians.
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Busi­ness­es have begun board­ing up win­dows in hopes of lim­it­ing fur­ther dam­age fol­low­ing last sum­mer’s riots.
“You might want to con­sid­er adding phys­i­cal barriers, …

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