"Silence and inaction — you're complicit," Chief Medaria Arradondo told Floyd’s family Sunday.
Twitter warned that the president's messages are "glorifying violence." Facebook remains silent.
Millions of people worldwide are following the protests over George Floyd's murder. American police are attacking foreign journalists.
The owner of Cup Foods pledged on Facebook not to call the cops in the future and to "handle incidents like this one using non-violent tactics."
The independent autopsy was conducted at the request of Floyd's family.
Some Twitter users also found his tough talk ironic, considering he spent a brief part of his weekend in a bunker.
The police department asked people to send in videos of “illegal activity” via its iWatch Dallas app, and Twitter users responded creatively.
Bystander video shows the Fort Lauderdale officer pushing the protester, whose hands were in the air.
The "Law & Order: SVU" star didn't let this go.
Stempel's experience on the "Twenty One" game was the basis of Robert Redford's 1994 film, "Quiz Show. He was portrayed by actor John Turturro.