We looked inside some of the tweets by @AndrewMannix and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
In 1967, Minneapolis rioted after police were rough with two Black girls who were fighting over a wig. An officer at the time explained: "The police were not gentle, but you can’t be in separating two women.” https://t.co/n2WqgUfGjg
Shit. Learned this morning (although I suspected it for awhile) that Delmonico’s, the quintessential Italian market in Northeast Minneapolis is not coming back. Being turned into an apartment. Here it is in 1976. #Italian #Delmonicos https://t.co/q0Oq7M5j7i
Man, this is hard to read: A confused Floyd apologized to the officers, whom he called “sir” and “Mr. Officer,” telling them he’d just recovered from COVID-19 and had been shot before by the police. https://t.co/fRcJAcp54E
For context, we published a story Sunday on the role prosecutors play in enabling faults in the criminal justice system https://t.co/YW57hLHtTn
A lot to unpack here https://t.co/XJ1fL9dVQK
In Texas, a GOP powerb roker Steve Hotze urged the Governor to "shoot to kill" citizens protesting the death of George Floyd https://t.co/fJp3heyAUK