translated from Spanish: Curfew in Raleigh for the death of Walter Wallace Jr.

Raleigh. – Raleigh Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin issued a curfew for this Friday night, anticipating the planned demonstration in solidarity with protests over Walter Wallace Jr’s death in Philadelphia. There are two protests scheduled in downtown Raleigh, Mayor Baldwin reported, curfew will begin at 10:00 p.m. and end at 5am on Saturday morning.
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There are two protests scheduled in downtown Raleigh on Friday afternoon and evening. Raleigh is and always will be a place where people can exercise their rights and make their voices heard. As mayor, I take responsibility for keeping our community safe, Baldwin said.

It should be noted that, from the mayor’s office it was reported that the curfew can continue for more nights, until the statement is rescinded, according to information from CBS17. On the other hand, shop owners have been wary of talking about protests, then incidents in recent months. Cops kill Walter Wallace Jr.
On October 26, around 2 p.m., police responded to a call informing a man armed with a knife, in a video taken by a transfer, walter Wallace Jr. can be seen walking amid the screams of locals and two cops pointing their guns at him. Authorities stated that the police officers ordered Wallace to drop the weapon, however, he «advanced towards the officers,» officers shot him injuring him to death. After the shooting, officers took Wallace to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center where he died, prompting protests and violent clashes in Philadelphia.The incident escalated tensions in the area and sparked a confrontation with police that lasted until late into the night and lasted until the early hours of Tuesday, according to information published by El Espectador. 

Demonstration in Philadelphia for the Death of Walter Wallace Jr. Photo: Capture

Curfew does not apply to:
Law enforcement officers, licensed security guards, firefighters and other public employees performing their duties
Doctors, nurses and employees of hospitals and other medical facilities in the performance of their work functions.
Military personnel on duty, whether state or federal
Employees in public or private services service, public transport companies and companies of newspapers, magazines, broadcasting and television.
Package and cargo shipping companies that package products and deliver them to homes, and businesses that operate legally under curfew, including but notably Amazon, FedEx, and UPS and their employees while on duty.
On-site manufacturing and operations centers
People taking their dogs or other pets for a walk outdoors within five hundred (500) feet of their home or home

It should be noted that, from the mayor’s office it was reported that the curfew can continue for more nights, until the statement is rescinded. On the other hand, shop owners have been wary of talking about protests, then incidents in recent months.



Original source in Spanish

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