“…could lead to physical harassment when they cover protests.”
“…broke into a business, took merchandise, and put it in middle of the street where they lit it on fire.”
Throwing in the towel
“F*** this place. We ‘re gonna bum this b**ch down.”
Maybe this wasn’t a good idea?
The phrase “is nothing sacred” seems to fall short here
Peaceful protesters, etc.
“We’ve narrowed in on particular individuals who we suspect started one or more fires…”
That’s life, kids
“He has grandiose ideas, a lot of them … and zero common sense.”
“Some protesters crossed the line into violence.”
“Kids ruling the streets like it was a party.”
“…she weaponized race like she had been trained by the Aryan nation.”
“Bet you stay home now you hypokrits.”
A discarded cigarette
“The evidence we have was unequivocal.”
“…six convictions over 13 years — assault, harassment, trespass, property destruction”
“We determined it pretty quickly to be an arson.”
Tide turning? Swexit?
“what the hell are they up to?”
“Around 60 vehicles had been vandalised in total, Swedish television reported…”
“environmental extremists set out to express their views using force, violence, sabotage, mass destruction, intimidation, and coercion”
“This place will burn.”
“The ongoing investigation does not lead us to believe that the fire is in any way related to Roy Moore or allegations made against him.”
“the demonstration, planned by a group that calls itself DisruptJ20, was aimed at destruction, not freedom of expression.”
Bringing in the bigger guns
Their last ruling seems to have been somewhat unpopular
“About $70,000 damage was done to a contractor-owned skid loader…and $75,000 to pipeline equipment.”
Peacefully protesting while robbing four banks
Things are not always as they seem
Are you kidding me?
“We should go do this, we should go burn some [expletive] down…”
Of course, nobody knows him…
“He was a piker compared to their borrowing and what they’re doing now.”
The coronavirus strikes again.
“Portland is the canary in the coal mine for America.”