Media: In Minneapolis detained provocateur, distributing explosives for protests

In the United States a resident of Illinois was accused of distributing explosives at protests in Minneapolis. According to NBC Chicago, citing court documents, the man named Matthew Rupert urged demonstrators to throw explosives at police and broadcast the events live to Facebook.

According to the broadcast, he stated that he has a bomb, and offered them around. In addition, he recorded a video on how to Rob shops, and stated that he had set fire to one of them. He later went to Chicago, where he called for “start a riot”.

Police arrested Rupert and his accompanying people for violating curfew, after which his car was discovered several explosive devices, a hammer, a torch and money.

Recall large-scale protests occur in the United States in connection with the death in Minneapolis of the African-American George Floyd after detention by police.

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