Social media videos show damage, people breaking into Whataburger, Shops at Rivercenter after peaceful protests in downtown San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO Videos circulating on social media showed some of the damage and destruction in downtown San Antonio late Saturday night after thousands gathered for a peaceful protest and marched earlier in the day to speak out against police brutality and the killing of George Floyd. Now the @Whataburger location in Downtown San Antonio has it's windows shattered by the protestors. (Via: @Beer30Tx)WARNING: Strong Language and Violence pic.twitter.com/epg4QW1Vr8 Michael Land (@OfficialMLand) May 31, 2020Other videos showed people break into the Shops at Rivercenter. [Via:@Alamo16KP_2013] pic.twitter.com/NlL6b7YB7F Michael Land (@OfficialMLand) May 31, 2020There are reports now of people damaging property after a relatively peaceful protest earlier today. In response to the damage, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg imposed a curfew for the central district in San Antonio that is in effect from 10 p.m. Sunday until 6 a.m. Monday.