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A drunken brawl between BLM activists and Antifa in CHAZ escalated into a shootout with two victims: Ambulance refused to go to the rescue
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A drunken brawl between BLM activists and Antifa in CHAZ escalated into a shootout with two victims: Ambulance refused to go to the rescue

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Seattle police were not allowed into the crime scene at CHAZ. According to official information in the so-called autonomous zone, on the night of Saturday to Sunday, several brawls broke out between BLM activists and members of the anti-fascist organization, which later developed into skirmishes.

As a result, two people received bullet wounds, one of the victims managed to get to the hospital on his own. Doctors assess his condition as critical. The circumstances of the second victim of the shootout, which did not survive, remain unknown.

The self-proclaimed government of CHAZ did not allow the police to collect evidence and search for suspects.

“It’s the summer of chaos,” said Mike Solan, president of the Seattle Police Officers’ Guild in an interview on Fox News Saturday. “Early this morning that violence was raw and real. … One of our community members lost their life and police are still not allowed into that area and were prevented from providing that police service to the area to locate the victim and … to render aid.

After receiving a call about shooting in a zone not controlled by the US government, several ambulances arrived near CHAZ. One of the protesters begged them to help the wounded, but the drivers and doctors silently ignored the man's presence.

Earlier, US President Donald Trump criticized the city government calling the occupation of the Seattle area an act of "Domestic Terrorism".

 

Author: Usa Really