Charlottesville Police Called Off When Violence Began: “We’re Leaving, It’s Too Dangerous”

Posted: August 13, 2017 in Uncategorized

Charlottesville riot escalates when police ordered to stand down.

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Fox News reporter Doug McKelway was in attendance during yesterday’s deadly events in Charlottesville, VA, where he reported that the police were called off as soon as things started turning violent.

“But when the tear gas started to fly, thrown by protesters, the police themselves began to evacuate then. I asked the guy who was in charge, “Where you going?” He said, “We’re leaving. It’s too dangerous.They had a chance to nip this thing in the bud and they chose not to.

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  1. Kenneth T. says:

    Just because the enemy is ourselves, did we not learn anything from Vietnam?

    • As far as I can see, Kenneth, the same powerful oligarchy rules the US as started Vietnam and killed Kennedy. Only by now they have really consolidated their strength and are much more powerful.

  2. Wow! Police malpractice?

    • Possibly an understatement, Robert. The police have a long history of withdrawing services when they want to escalate a riot. We saw that in Seattle in 1999 during the WTO protests. Just before the window breaking started, the police suddenly vanished. Thanks for commenting.

  3. jtremaine says:

    A microcosmic exercise for what is to come on a grand scale. Police cannot and will not protect innocents, only themselves. They participate only in facilitating the orchestra.

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