Of the more than 2,500 arrests over the weekend related to protests in two dozen US cities, almost a fifth were in Los Angeles, according to a tally by The Washington Post. I'm still disappointed in myself even though people say I shouldn't be. The video shows Smith accosting the looter and proceeding to beat him up, including kicking and punching him several times.
"This ain't no hate crime", said the 34-year-old Smith, a 14-year National Basketball Association veteran who played 11 games for the Cleveland Cavaliers last season but hasn't been with a team in this campaign. He broke my window.More news: Suffolk schools welcome back pupils following coronavirus lockdown
"I just want you all to know right now before you all see this s*** somewhere else".
Smith asserted that what he did to the alleged window-breaker was not a "hate crime". "That's it. ... He didn't know whose window he broke and he got his ass whooped".
Smith alongside former Cavs teammate Kevin Love in 2017.More news: Coronavirus: Criticisms After Trump Signals US Exit From WHO
Smith, 34, who won the NBA Championship with the Cavaliers in 2016, is now a free agent after last playing for the Cavs in 2018-19 season.
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Floyd died last week in the south Minneapolis neighbourhood of Powderhorn when a white police officer pressed his knee onto his neck as the 46-year-old complained he couldn't breathe.