Brooklyn Center mayor defends media presence following Daunte Wright shooting, ongoing riots

Elliot addressed concerns during a Wednesday press conference that insinuated メディア members were being demanded to leave the area post-curfew.

Demanding the media to leave is absolutely, unequivocally unacceptable,” 彼は言った. “I issue the curfew order and my curfew order permits the media to be there past the 10 o’clock hour. The curfew does not apply to the media.

A reporter flagged the mayor that at that time the press was being urged to leave via loudspeaker in front of the Brooklyn Center Police Department. The mayor promised to handle it.

MAN URGES PRESS TO LEAVE WITH EXPLETIVE-LACED RANT TO CNN REPORTER AMID BROOKLYN CENTER UNREST

I will see to it that the press is not asked to leave,” he reassured.

Fox News’ staff on the ground reported being told to leave by law enforcement Tuesday night along with protesters in the curfew sweep. There was no call Wednesday night.

Amidst Monday’s rioting, CNN correspondent Sarah Sidner had a close run-in with a protester who told her the media’s presencemakes this worse.

Y’all need to get up outta here with all that twistinup the media and s—, real s—.”

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I don’t care if you’re live or not, get away from here with all that media sthat y’all doing,” the man told her. “Y’all doing the extra sfor the backhand sto make people crazier than what the fthey are.

Brooklyn Center’s third night of rioting brought vehicle fires and other violent demonstrations. The mayor announced the extension of the city’s 10 午後. curfew on Wednesday amid the ongoing unrest.

フォックス・ニュース’ Joseph Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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