Investigators say they have not yet determined whether the girl was in the dressing room before the gunfire began or if she had run in there to hide.
“There are real dangers about police having all of this social media identifying information at their fingertips,” said Rachel Levinson-Waldman from the Brennan Center.
Rather than take the large cache back to the police station, the LAPD bomb squad exploded them in a residential neighborhood in South L.A.
Queally said he and Kate Cagle, a TV reporter for Spectrum News 1 SoCal, were among at least five reporters arrested.
The card said, “You take my breath away,” with photos of Floyd, who was killed by a police officer kneeling on his neck.
Civilian calls for police reform often end in policy changes at the top that are then deeply resented by the rank and file.