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"To me it seemed like: 'You’re going to have to come and get me'. She didn’t resist, and the police didn’t drag her off.” Reuters have said the woman in the picture was later detained, however her she has not been named by police.
Monique Maxie left the party early Saturday with a friend, Gross said.
"I never liked him from the start."Gross said their family — and other people — had tried to convince Maxie that Antoine was bad news."People she didn't know who knew him, they tried to tell her that he was a bad person," said Niette Maxie, another sister of the victim.
"We couldn't choose for her, she had to find out."Niette Maxie said she had worried for her sister because Antoine had been incarcerated and arrested in the killing one of her classmates in 1998.
Speaking about the events in the lead up to taking the photo, Mr Bachman told that a group of protestors had formed a blockade on a road running past police headquarters and were asked to move to the pavement by officers dressed in riot gear.
“I could tell that [the woman in the picture] wasn’t going to move, and it seemed like she was making her stand," said Mr Bachman.
Three countries have warned their citizens to stay on guard when visiting US cities rocked by the protests.