I just think it's unfortunate that the police have used this opportunity, during peaceful protests, to do more police brutality and arrests. The curfew ones are BS too, agreed.
The police are trigger happy, period. The guy didn't deserve to be shot, though he should have faced justice. But there's no denying how violent and trigger happy the police are, especially now.
The people working with bailout funds keep careful track of what's going on. They look at the charges, the context, and are following news and information like he rest of us. They're not dedicated to just letting any walk the streets again.
The issue is, the police do know who are and aren't violent. They're watching people and making their decisions. There's videos of White protesters trying to protect Black protesters, all of them peaceful, and the police reaching around or even shoving White protesters out of the way to beat and arrest the Black protesters. Even the military is saying they're alarmed by what they're seeing and it's frightening to them. And they don't touch civilians.
Here's a link to the Minneapolis one where they explain a couple of talking points. https://minnesotafreedomfund.org/bailbondfaq