Across several blocks in Minneapolis, at the site where George Floyd died in police custody almost six months ago sparking national outrage, roads remain closed.
Mounds of snow have built up around the tents, street art, and bouquets of withered flowers memorializing Floyd’s death.
By day, people still come to pay homage. But by night, the neighborhood surrounding the makeshift memorial is a hot zone, police say — a microcosm of a wave of violence gripping the city.
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