(CNN) — A burial for a teen who died in military control incited aroused in Durham, North Carolina, with demonstration military regulating rip gas and batons to sunder a crowd.
At slightest 6 people were arrested during a Thursday night impetus to criticism a genocide of 17-year-old Jesus Huerta, according to police.
“I could not be some-more unapproachable of a patience and professionalism demonstrated by a officers,” Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez pronounced in a matter to a media, adding that injuries to those marching were minimized since of his officers’ actions.
“There was a march. The pacific vigilant did not exist. We used a best practices in law enforcement,” he pronounced during a news discussion Friday.
Huerta’s sister, Evelin Huerta, pronounced a sovereign review is needed.
“The actions of a Durham Police Department, led by Chief Lopez, final night were a tried-and-true tactic to dominate and widespread fear in a community,” she said. “We call on Chief Lopez to renounce immediately in light of his care that put dozens of armed military on a streets to shock residents and incited a commemorative burial into a fight section final night. We will not be intimidated by Chief Lopez and a Durham Police Department’s tactics.”
Protesters threw bottles and rocks during military officers and vandalized military property, Lopez said, fortifying his officers’ greeting to a vigil.
The Durham Police Department says Huerta died on Nov 19 from a self-inflicted gunshot while handcuffed