Outbreaks from shore to shore have been recorded by dozens of drivers driving their vehicles on city streets or highways following Remembrance Day’s assassination of George Floyd in Minneapolis. During the meetings, intimidating videos were created depicting protesters, security breaches or raging vehicles, the last sign of the nation̵
7;s political and cultural divisions.
Researcher Ari Weil of the University of Chicago Security and Threats Project (CPOST) at the University of Chicago recorded 75 cases of drivers protesting from May 27. Until July 7. – 68 civilians, seven with law enforcement.
However, in only 33 of these cases did prosecutors charge drivers accused of negligence or criminal assault, and in one case they were charged with state hate crimes.