Jeff Pack Staff Writer Similar to the way protests inspired by the death of George Floyd have popped up in communities and neighborhoods all over the nation and the world, a protest on Saturday, June 6 drew roughly 200 people during its peak at the corner of Winchester and Murrieta Hot Springs roads.  The organized protest featured a vocal and diverse crowd of residents and at one point, they stopped and gathered around to tell stories and make statements about why they were there.  “It’s such a beautiful day, you guys have been doing so well staying out of the street.” one of the organizers said to the crowd gathered. “Basically, I’m up here to speak on why we’re all here. Along with the death of George Floyd and all the police brutality that goes on, I wanted to s
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