Tonight, Nashville is again, seeing mass protests against the death of George Floyd.

Thousands of protesters are filling the streets for what Nashville residents hope will be peaceful protests.

Multiple fires were set on Saturday night by “peaceful” George Floyd protesters.

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On May 31, the Gateway Pundit reported that one of the arsonists were caught- An Antifa terrorist was caught in the act of setting a fire a the Nashville city hall and courthouse building Saturday night by reporters from the Tennessean who posted a video and a photo of the arson in progress.

Here’s another scene from the chaotic, and anything but peaceful protests:

On Sunday Nashville police arrested 25-year-old Wesley Somers for starting the fire at the historic courthouse.
Somers was charged with charges of felony arson, vandalism, & disorderly conduct.

Here’s another photo of 25-yr-old Somers only moments after his arrest:

 

This afternoon, the Metro Nashville Police Department is again, asking for help in identifying another one of the arsonists from Saturday night. This time, the arsonist appears to be a young black woman who boldly places a large piece of paper on fire through a window in the courthouse, a large group of mostly young kids cheers for her.

Metro Nashville Police are alos looking for two young black men who set a police car on fire. They can be seen in the images below.

Amid the violence and hatred, there is, however, hope. The Metro Nashville Police Department posted a touching photo showing a protester and police officer who started out having a confrontation, then turned to conversation and finally, their encounter ended in sharing a prayer.

Pray for peace.

 

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