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A movement that is protesting against violence threatens business owners if they painted over graffiti defacing their shops. How hypocritical of them.Dozens of Seattle businesses claimed in the suit that "the City’s policies have effectively authorized the actions of the CHOP participants."www.king5.com
The suit says protesters, who have taken up residence at the CHOP for several weeks, threatened business owners with retaliation if those businesses painted over their graffiti.
I hope all business owners and any residents there take them to the cleaners. Mayor and governor should face jail time.A movement that is protesting against violence threatens business owners if they painted over graffiti defacing their shops. How hypocritical of them.
A 16-year-old boy was killed and a 14-year-old boy was wounded early Monday morning when they were shot at 12th Avenue and Pike Street in the protest area known as CHOP, in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Harborview Medical Center spokesperson Susan Gregg said two people were brought in with gunshot wounds, with one arriving in a private vehicle around 3:15 a.m. and the other brought in by Seattle Fire Department medics about 15 minutes later.
As of 5:40 a.m., one patient had died and the other was in critical condition, according to Gregg.
At a news gathering on Capitol Hill Monday morning, Police Chief Carmen Best said “enough is enough.”
“Two African American men are dead, at a place where they claim to be working for Black Lives Matter. But they’re gone, they’re dead now,” Best said, referring to Monday’s homicide as well as the June 20 fatal shooting of 19-year-old Lorenzo Anderson. (Seattle police initially said the person who was killed was an adult, but later corrected that and said he was 16 years old).
Shooting at Seattle’s CHOP protest site kills 16-year-old boy, leaves 14-year-old critically injuredOne teen was killed and another was wounded early Monday morning when they were shot in the protest area known as CHOP, in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.www.seattletimes.com
Black lives that don't matter....