Back in the American history, the truth will be uncovered in the present time. In 1967, a police raid in Detroit resulted into days riot with the young and black adults filling the 12th street. Based on a true story “the Algiers Motel incident” that occurred on July, 25, 1967, in Detroit Michigan. It began as a simple riot, but culminated in clashes between the black Americans and the police.
The crime, drama, history and thriller film is set for the August release to mark the 50th anniversary ever since the event took place in America.
The background of the event emerges it’s root on the then ongoing party celebrations for the return of the Vietnam War Veterans. The riot had been going on for at least two days, but the actual dramatic scenes began when the Detroit police was poured on the 12th street, raiding a black man’s owned business that hosted a blind pig what can also be called an illegal bar. The police started loading the patrons on the police vans, but they were more than expected. As this was going on, the black man’s son (business owner) threw a bottle at the police hence stirring the riot. Several businesses were rotted, the black citizens expressed their anger with all sorts of violence. The officers were at first restrained from taking action, but as the riot only escalated, they used their powers to put down the black community