The Orlando Police Department has released the video and is seeking help to identify the vandals (see full video in article). There are also photos of some of the spray paint messages.
This collective will leverage the strengths and educational roles of every law school in the state to assist community organizations fighting for racial justice and policy reform throughout Florida.
This isn't a real order that will make a difference. It's typical Orlando political theater, the last thing the public needs right now in the middle of a pandemic.
Recent police killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man in Minneapolis Minnesota, was a catalyst in outrage across the nation.
"Given the Pulse Remembrance Ceremony today, supporters may take some solace in this latest development during this time of mourning, reflection and unity,” said Rep. Soto.
Through this fourth Pulse remembrance exhibition, the History Center invites people everywhere to discover artifacts that serve as physical representations of these moving stories — some of struggle and loss and others of triumph and hope.
Is this the spotlight rising Democratic Party star Val Demings really wanted?