South Philly founder Anthony Giordano explained Tuesday that people in South Philadelphia are coming together to end looting and rioting in their communities amid nationwide protests against his death. George Floyd.
In an interview on "Fox & Friends," Giordano said his organization rallied against the crime because they were "exhausted." "
"We are tired of crime and revolving doors in the criminal justice system, robberies and riots," he said. This is not a protest that is taking place in Philadelphia and across the country. This is theft and riot and criminal behavior and we will not tolerate this anymore. ”
On Saturday, pro-Floyd protesters in Brooklyn, N.Y. Protected a targeted store from looting as clashes between protesters and police escalated. Update: October