Members of the Black Lives Matter “protests” were anything but “peaceful” in Charleston County, Wisconsin, after several members of the mob smashed windows and caused property damage in a residential area.
The riots were in response to the state’s decision not to prosecute a black police officer for opening fire and fatally shooting an armed teenager.
As the BLM crowd was marching through the neighborhoods of Wauwatosa, one man came out to tell people to get off of his property, telling them there are people who most likely support BLM. One guy drove on his yard with a motorcycle. pic.twitter.com/yxOyZXqMOQ
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) October 8, 2020
Officer Joseph Mensah, shot 17-year-old Alvin Cole outside Mayfair Mall in February after the teen fired a stolen gun. It was recently ruled that Mensah “had an actual subjective belief that deadly force was necessary and that belief was objectively reasonable.”
The mob was spotted moving up and down streets in Wauwatosa, breaking windows and causing property damage as they sounded air horns.
“That’s people’s houses!” one woman said on film as the incident occurred.
According to the New York Post, not everyone in the crowd was on board.
“That’s their f—ing home,” one man shouted. “It’s not their fault!”
One homeowner confronted the mob as they tore up his yard.
“Do you have any idea how many Democrats, how many MPS teachers, union members, other people that support you live on this street?” he said, assuming that such movements were truly a clear-cut partisan matter.
Other groups were seen looting stores and gas stations, showing off the stolen goods as they dispersed.
Police eventually managed to quell much of the rioting with chemical agents.
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