At 3:11 a video starts where a kid is caught on the rooftop of a gas station close to the George Floyd Memorial made by family and friends where he died.
He is told to get down and explain himself. They empty his pockets, ask him what he was doing and to tell his name, upon which he does not reply.
He denied trying to break in to set the gas station on fire, yet they find a lighter among his possessions after going through his belongings.
They give him his stuff back, escort him down the street and sends him on his way. They don't call the police, for obvious reasons, and having already documented his face and his admission of trying to break in.
I could not find this video anywhere else, which also is something happening to a lot of videos regarding "antifa" or any recordings of people staging events.
I suspect a possible shadowbanning of certain search terms, but can't confirm that.
I can say that the views on the types of videos in question are not in proportion to their activity on social media, which goes against youtube's usual algorithm.
Which is weird. The right should be having a field day about all of this, but many of their videos are not showing up in results. Mostly "authoritative" news with little relevance to the search terms used.
I mention this because I'd rather post an original source of something than having to post poorly edited compilations where people insert old videos with new ones, leading to misinformation.