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Monday, June 01, 2020

Curfew in Place for Grand Rapids—National Guard Will Patrol Streets

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Sunday, May 31, 2020 at 6:19:00 P.M. EDT

Curfew from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. the next two nights. Seven arrests last night—100 businesses suffered damage. Police Chief Eric Payne (black) and City Manager Mark Washington (black, from Dallas) said, “We were taken by surprise by the size of the crowd.”

Idiot black “leaders.”

[Nah, they’re just racist liars. Black leaders always refuse to prepare for emergencies, and are always “taken by surprise.” That’s one of the reasons why you can’t have black “leaders.”]

Fallen policeman, Robert Kozminsky’s memorial was damaged and spray painted in black, with the word “PIG.”

He was killed in the line of duty in 2007. The memorial is a mile from my house, so they did come to my side of town.
--GRA


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

NO FOLLOW THROUGH OF RIOTS IN GRAND RAPIDS, CURFEW YIELDS SEVEN ARRESTS
GRA:The same number of arrests as the previous night,when over 5,000 rioters swarmed downtown Grand Rapids like African(and antifa)ants.The rioters moved east to Lansing Sunday night,where break-ins were reported at banks and stores.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — It appears most people are following a curfew imposed after a Saturday night riot in Grand Rapids.

Since 7 p.m. Sunday, News 8 has seen seven arrests. The first six arrests happened at Rosa Parks Circle within the first 30 minutes of the curfew. The seventh arrest was a young man who rode his bike at barriers where police were standing.

This curfew is being strictly enforced. There are barriers throughout the city and windows are boarded up. In addition, there are undercover officers in alleys, and authorities are on bikes and horses.
GRA;Curfew worked here,in one of the few places in the United States it did to this effect.Bigger cities around the country--not so lucky.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

FLASH MOB TRYING TO ORGANIZE "PROTESTS" IN GRAND RAPIDS

Kent Co. courthouse closing due to protest rumors; 1st charges in GR riots
GRAND RAPIDS
by: WOODTV.com web staff

Posted: Jun 1, 2020 / 12:41 PM EDT / Updated: Jun 1, 2020 / 01:42 PM EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Two days after riots in downtown Grand Rapids damaged at least 100 businesses, employees at the Kent County courthouse and county prosecutor’s office were given the option to leave work early due to rumors of another protest Monday afternoon.

Kent County Sheriff Michele LaJoye-Young told News 8 that Kent County Administrator Wayman Britt sent an email to county employees about the option to leave early — not because of fears of violence associated with the rumored protest, but rather, to allow employees to access their cars before the possibility of street closures and traffic congestion(GRA:If you believe that,I've got a retail store to sell you in Minneapolis).

Grand Rapids police say they’re also aware of rumors of the protest, which may include a march starting downtown. The protest is not a permitted event, and police are encouraging the community to stay home.

GRPD is also trying to identify the protest’s organizers, and is asking for any information that could help.

“We would very much like to speak to anyone associated with this rally in order to coordinate efforts to keep the community safe and not have a repeat of recent events,” Grand Rapids Police Chief Eric Payne said in a release. “What we have been hearing about lately is the need to work together, well, this is definitely one of those times.”
GRA:Flash mob attempt,before curfew kicks in.If they get hundreds or thousands to show up,more chaos on tap.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

FLASH MOB UPDATE

TV stations broke into regular programming(Dr.Oz--no loss)to tell the public about this possible flash mob occurrence.To me,it's obvious,the city is afraid of this taking place and are trying to bluff the rioters into not showing up,by publicizing the fact that they're aware of it.
Will keep NSU updated.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

CROWD DOES SHOW UP.BLACK POLICE CHIEF CAJOLED BY MOB TO SAY,"BLACK LIVES MATTERS."WHAT HAPPENS AFTER CURFEW?
Crowd DOES show up as advertised.Quite a few whites(40%?) spotted.Eric Payne insists "most of these protesters are from 'out of town.'"
The crowd,which appears to be around 500 right now,is face to face with National Guard,GRPD AND a tank(reported by WOOD,not seen by me).
7pm curfew will tell the story.Payne was out talking to the mob,insisting he was "with them."That was met with "you're on the other side of the badge,"which received loud support from the potential rioters.
If it breaks out into anything like Saturday,I'll be back.
--GRA