Party's Over In Seattle

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NotOnTV

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If they are allowed to take over a public space because their fiends were in prison too long then there are literally thousands of cases of people being denied bail, wrongfully accused, have drugs planted on, misidentified, false drug tests, etc. that would be along the same lines.
Key word being "people", almost always poor...not just of color.
 

jetman

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It sounded weird when , I first heard about it. So. I hit up friends in the area.

First off, fhey went there and walked around and thought it was silly. Not dangerous or threatening.

Second, this is as pathetic as the goobers and dingbats that took over the bureau of land management buildings in Oregon four or five years ago.

Both are literally much ado about nothing.
I strongly suggest you hit up somebody you know in Seattle instead of listening to news reports that are trying to play on your emotions.
Much ado about nothing? This is normal in a major American city to you?

 
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Unfortunately for them, some liberal judge might toss it out. If you're a small business owner in Seattle, you've had to notice the political climate moving against you for some time now.
Hard to feel sorry for these idiots. I'm sure they all made a ton of money in their gentrified upscale gay neighborhood while they voted in a bunch of socialists who believe private property ownership is violence.

"we thought they just meant bad millionaires like oil company CEO's and repuglicans!" :derp:
 

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https://twitter.com/PrestonTVNews/status/1276003772607508486
One problem the businesses have is sovereign immunity. If Seattle is like OKC, then it has limited the amount of damages for any particular claim or claims.
 
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One problem the businesses have is sovereign immunity. If Seattle is like OKC, then it has limited the amount of damages for any particular claim or claims.
I think the businesses in a civil case, have a great case. The Mayor let them have the area and even supported the CHAZ to happen. She created the public safety issue for the businesses, by pulling the people that uphold law and order. I know this is a touchy subject, but you have to have rules.

In my eyes, these groups are looking for a Utopian society. As human beings, this is a difficult concept. We are greedy bastards.
 

NotOnTV

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I think the businesses in a civil case, have a great case. The Mayor let them have the area and even supported the CHAZ to happen. She created the public safety issue for the businesses, by pulling the people that uphold law and order. I know this is a touchy subject, but you have to have rules.
Not touchy for me!! She should be sued into oblivion and removed from office!!
 

RxCowboy

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I think the businesses in a civil case, have a great case. The Mayor let them have the area and even supported the CHAZ to happen. She created the public safety issue for the businesses, by pulling the people that uphold law and order. I know this is a touchy subject, but you have to have rules.

In my eyes, these groups are looking for a Utopian society. As human beings, this is a difficult concept. We are greedy bastards.
Class action is a civil case.