(ВИДЕО) ПЕТТИ ДЕН НАСИЛНИ ПРОТЕСТИ ВО САД: АРМИЈАТА ИЗЛЕЗЕ НА УЛИЦИТЕ ВО НАД 20 ГРАДОВИ И ПРЕД БЕЛАТА КУЌА, СТОТИЦИ УАПСЕНИ ПРОТЕСТАНТИ, СТОТИЦИ ПОВРЕДЕНИ ПОЛИЦАЈЦИ И ЦИВИЛИ, БЕЗБРОЈ ЗАПАЛЕНИ И ОГРАБЕНИ ПРОДАВНИЦИ

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Chicago: A Chicago police vehicle is set on fire during violent protests and bricks are hurled at it

Rioters last night hurled rocks at a business owner who was allegedly trying to defend his store with a sword before he was brutally beaten unconscious in Dallas.

The victim was stable, police said, after the man was seen slumped over in the street with blood pouring from gashes on his head in the Victory Park area of the city.

Footage shows the alleged store owner wielding a long blade and rushing towards a few rioters. Within seconds, a furious mob descends on the man, hurling rocks at him, kicking him in the head and beating his face with skateboards and fists. 

Dallas Police said the man had taken up arms against the rioters to 'allegedly protect his neighborhood from protesters.'

 

 
The alleged business owner's body lies twisted in the street as blood pours from gashes on his head after rioters attacked him in Dallas last night
 

The alleged business owner's body lies twisted in the street as blood pours from gashes on his head after rioters attacked him in Dallas last night

A furious mob descends on the man, hurling rocks at him, kicking him in the head and beating his face with skateboards and fists
 

A furious mob descends on the man, hurling rocks at him, kicking him in the head and beating his face with skateboards and fists

The alleged business owner is seen holding a long blade as he rushes towards one man last night just moments before the mob takes him down
 

The alleged business owner is seen holding a long blade as he rushes towards one man last night just moments before the mob takes him down

In a video taken by Elijah Schaffer of Blaze TV, the victim is very rapidly knocked unconscious in the ferocious beating. A few of the witnesses - including the cameraman - rush over to help the man.

One is head yelling: 'Turn him over,' while another cautions, 'Don't touch him.'

The victim's body was mangled by the stomping and kicking of the mob, but he was able to sit up later and was seen holding his hand to his head before being taken in an ambulance. 

Across the city there had been 74 arrests by 10.45pm Saturday on the fifth night of rioting across the US over the killing of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody after a white officer knelt on his neck in Minneapolis. 

The National Guard was activated to defend the White House from attack as the Secret Service agents on the ground struggled to keep control of crowds descending on the seat of the US government.

Dallas rioters beat man who had machete unconscious
 
 
The victim's body was mangled by the stomping and kicking of the mob, but he was able to sit up later and was seen holding his hand to his head before being taken in an ambulance.
 
The victim's body was mangled by the stomping and kicking of the mob, but he was able to sit up later and was seen holding his hand to his head before being taken in an ambulance.

The victim's body was mangled by the stomping and kicking of the mob, but he was able to sit up later and was seen holding his hand to his head before being taken in an ambulance.

The Big Apple was ablaze as NYPD vehicles were torched and ransacked while shocking footage emerged of cops violently detaining protesters.  

In Atlanta a cop suffered 'significant injuries' when they were hit by an ATV, while in Chicago, a man commandeered a police horse and rode off on it. 

Los Angeles deployed the National Guard for the first since the 1992 riots when the police officers who beat up black man Rodney King walked free of all charges and California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in LA County. 

A total of 11 states and the District of Columbia had activated the National Guard by the early hours of Sunday, as law enforcement buckled under the strain of the protests.

States calling for Guard assistance included California, Georgia, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Washington state. 

Washington DC: The National Guard was activated to defend the White House from attack as the Secret Service agents on the ground struggled to keep control of crowds descending on the seat of the US government
 

Washington DC: The National Guard was activated to defend the White House from attack as the Secret Service agents on the ground struggled to keep control of crowds descending on the seat of the US government

Minneapolis: Tear gas and fireworks go off in the streets Saturday night on day five of protests over Floyd's death
 

Minneapolis: Tear gas and fireworks go off in the streets Saturday night on day five of protests over Floyd's death

Washington DC: The seat of the government was under threat from protesters leading to the National Guard being activated in Washington DC
 

Washington DC: The seat of the government was under threat from protesters leading to the National Guard being activated in Washington DC

Washington DC: Demonstrators gesture next to a fire during a rally near the White House
 

Washington DC: Demonstrators gesture next to a fire during a rally near the White House

Meanwhile at least 25 cities roll out emergency curfews to try to bring rioting and looting under control, including San Francisco, Atlanta, Louisville, Los Angeles, Portland, Columbia, South Carolina, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Seattle.

Donald Trump has put the Army on notice to deploy to the streets with a four-hour notice - the first time this will have been done in almost 20 years during the 1992 LA riots over the beating of black man Rodney King by cops. 

Minnesota - where Floyd died - has borne the brunt of the protests which began there Tuesday before fanning out across the country.   

Rioting was still going on in the early hours of Sunday, with the Minneapolis police department reporting a big group of protesters on foot and in vehicles throwing missiles of some sort at cops. 

Minnesota Dept of Corrections Commissioner Paul Schnell announced early Sunday there had been 'dozens' of arrests through the night but no 'substantive' injuries. 

New York: A New York City Police Department vehicle burns after being set alight by protesters
 

New York: A New York City Police Department vehicle burns after being set alight by protesters

 

 

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