In yet another act of random violence, “Justice for George” thugs busted out the windows of the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, GA. George Floyd died following an arrest for alleged forgery after a Minneapolis Police officer pinned him down by the neck with his knee for an approx. 8 minutes, while Floyd repeatedly complained that he couldn’t breathe.
Once the windows were shattered, in an apparent act of “justice” for George Floyd, looters climbed through the openings to steal valuable memorabilia.
Here’s a look at how the walls inside the College Football Hall of Fame looked before looters busted into the $67 million, 95,000 square foot facility.
Here’s a look at how the inside of the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, GA looked after rioters got “justice” for George Floyd.
Campus Insiders visited the new $67 million College Football Hall of Fame that was moved from South Bend, IL to Atlanta, GA.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported on the destruction and theft of valuable merchandise from the College Football Hall of Fame, owned by Chik-fil-a – Protesters smashed windows at the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta and damaged a Chick-fil-A restaurant next door to the museum.
Some protesters were seen looting the building before several officers arrived to try to maintain order at the $67 million facility, which opened in 2014 to great fanfare after relocating from South Bend, Ind.
Several hurled garbage cans and other objects through the glass exterior of the building, which hosts football watch parties and other major events. Some then rushed inside to grab anything they could.
The stunning damage to the facility can be seen in the 11 Alive video below: