Police separated anti-racism and anti-police brutality demonstrators and a smaller group of counter protesters during a demonstration in Huntington Beach, California, on June 6, according to ABC7.
CBS Los Angeles reported that protests remaining “mostly peaceful” as “police and sheriffs stood shoulder-to-shoulder, dividing the groups”.
But later, police told CBS, “at least six people were arrested after protests became violent.”
This video shows various stages of the protests, showing police dividing protesters on either side of the Pacific Highway in Huntington Beach. Protesters are shown dancing to music, and chanting “I can’t breath,” while police stand in riot gear and some mounted officers ride among the groups. Credit: Emily Rasmussen via Storyful