The long beach, known as the beach island and popular with tourists, has been the focus of a series of recent protests, as well as protests on other islands in the area.
The protests have been mostly peaceful, but police have fired tear gas and water cannons at some.
Many people have taken to social media to express their frustrations at the treatment of the islanders.
The islanders are demanding the release of all prisoners held on the island, and the release from the island of a number of inmates who have been detained without charge.
They have also said they will continue to protest until they receive the island’s promised compensation package.
The protests began on June 10 when protesters gathered on Long Beach island and held a demonstration demanding the return of their people, including the islander prisoners.
In a video recorded by a local news channel, the protesters can be heard chanting, “They are not prisoners, they are our brothers and sisters.”
On June 12, protesters staged a protest in front of the United Nations, demanding the right to return to their homes and demanding the establishment of an independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of their relatives.
They then gathered on the beach in front the UN, demanding an investigation into what they say is the “extermination” of their family members by the authorities.
At the time, Long Beach Mayor Scott Smith said, “We are committed to a process that is transparent and transparently conducted.
There are no excuses for what happened on Long Beaches.
We will continue our investigation and we will come to a decision about how to proceed in the next few days.”
In a video published by the city on Monday, protesters can still be heard saying, “It is not right for our people to be subjected to the cruel and inhuman treatment that we’ve been subjected to for decades on Longbeach Island.”
In the video, a man can be seen in a hooded sweatshirt speaking with a man holding a placard with a picture of the murdered family.
The man is also heard saying “They did it.
They were executed.
We are not going to stop.
We want justice.”
Police have said that the protesters have been acting aggressively and were throwing objects at them, and that some people were acting in a dangerous manner.
In a statement on Monday night, the Long Beach Police Department said that protesters were not involved in any violence and were merely attempting to remove police equipment from the area of the protest.
The statement added that protesters are “trying to disrupt our law enforcement officers in their efforts to provide security and law enforcement to the residents of Long Beach.”