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Police did not use tear gas and rubber bullets to clear protestors from around a church in Washington D.C.

The United States Park Police used tear gas and rubber bullets against the George Floyd protestors.

The United States Park Police used tear gas and rubber bullets against the George Floyd protestors.The police used tear gas and rubber bullets to clear the protestors on 1 June 2020 from around Saint John's Episcopal Church, Washington DC. The police removed the rioters from around the church near the White House for President Trump to visit the church. Pepper spray, smoke canisters, stun grenades were also used by the police against the George Floyd protestors.

The United States Congress issued a letter to the Attorney General and other authorities asking them to explain the incidents and the use of tear gas and rubber bullets against protestors.

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