PHOTOS: Damage to Metro Courthouse after ‘I Will Breathe’ riots

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — In the light of a new day, the city of Nashville is surveying the damage after a night of violence and vandalism plagued the city on the heels of the ‘I Will Breathe’ rally on Saturday afternoon.

Extensive damage occurred at the Metro courthouse, where rioters sprayed graffiti, broke out windows, and set fires inside and outside the building. The city of Nashville shared these photos with News 2:

  • Rep Jason Powell of Nashville cleans name plate
  • Capitol spray paint
  • Capitol spray paint
  • Edward Carmack statue
  • Edward Carmack statue
  • Edward Carmack statue
  • Edward Carmack statue
  • Edward Carmack statue
  • Edward Carmack statue
  • Edward Carmack statue
  • Edward Carmack statue
  • Capitol clean up
  • Capitol clean up
  • Capitol clean up
  • Capitol clean up

The latest on the protests and riots following the “I Will Breathe” rally in Nashville:

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