Top officials say law enforcement is continuously monitoring for sources of trouble and is prepared to keep the peace while respecting First Amendment rights, when the first of the George Floyd officer trials get underway in just six days Michael Paul, special agent-in-charge of the F-B-I’s Minneapolis office:

“While I can’t discuss specific intelligence assets or investigative methods or means, I can tell you the F-B-I is leveraging significant resources to ensure the safety and security of everyone involved in the trials.”

State Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington says there will be none of what he calls “silos” — that all law enforcement agencies will have access to all information to provide a coordinated response if needed.