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Protesters Brawl With Philly Police ➠ Throwing Chairs And Punches Over Fatal Shooting

Protesters Brawl With Philly Police, Throwing Chairs And Punches Over Fatal Shooting

Protesters Brawl With Philly Police, Throwing Chairs And Punches Over Fatal Shooting

I can already tell what happened having seen it multiple times with Occupy and other BLM situations. Cops go to arrest a person, then other protesters refuse to let the person be arrested, that’s why you see a pulling back and forth in the video within the scrum.

Next comes the lawsuit for any perceived injury or ‘excessive force’. Then the city pays rather than deal with the case. And the crazies have more money to continue the nonsense.

Via VICE:

Ten people were arrested after protesters and police officers clashed during a Philadelphia community meeting on Thursday over the decision to clear officers involved in the fatal shooting of 26-year-old Brandon Tate-Brown during a traffic stop in December.

 

Demonstrators interrupted the neighborhood meeting attended by District Attorney Seth Williams and Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsay, carrying posters reading “Black Lives Matter” and chanting “No justice, no peace.” The crowd included family, friends and supporters of Tate-Brown, with the protesters eventually throwing chairs and punches. Earlier in the day while announcing the results of the investigation, Williams said the fatal shooting was a “terrible tragedy, but not a crime.”

 

In the video, protesters are seen in a rough encounter with police officers, while chanting “Hands up, don’t shoot.” Both police and protesters can be seen shown shoving each other. More

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