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The frenzy has escalated in Charlotte. Now the poor, oppressed, race-conscious protesters are looting free stuff… All because BLACK LIVES MATTER!

Charlotte, NC – A dozen officers have been injured during attacks on law enforcement during the first night of Charlotte riots, and the rioters have started looting.

Early Wednesday morning, rioters were throwing objects at police, injuring twelve. At least one police car has been destroyed by the rioters.


After assaulting the police, protestors moved out on to I-85, where they caused more havoc. One innocent family had their windshield smashed as protesters threw rocks off of bridges.


The party also moved to Walmart, where looters ran out with Flatscreen TV’s and iPads.

Charlotte Police moved in to try to protect Walmart from the looting. This is Third World behavior from American citizens.

FOX 46 reported:

Protesters headed to the Walmart on N. Tryon in the University area after shutting down Interstate-85 at WT Harris Blvd. early Wednesday morning following the shooting death of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott. 

Officers in riot gear blocked the entry to Walmart after it was broken into. Employees could be seen sweeping up shattered glass at the front entrance.

One employee told FOX 46 Charlotte some technology was stolen including, a flat screen television and iPads.

Walmart workers blocked the doors with pallets.

All of this started with the controversial police shooting of a black man.

CNN reports:

Violent protests erupted overnight in Charlotte, North Carolina, after a police officer fatally shot a black man while trying to serve a warrant for a different man at an apartment complex. 

Police said the man killed, Keith Lamont Scott, had a gun. But his family members said he was carrying a book.

Several hundred people gathered outside the complex Tuesday night, chanting “no justice, no peace!” and carrying signs reading “Black Lives Matter.”

The officer who killed Scott, Brentley Vinson, is also black, the mayor’s office said Wednesday.

The Charlotte case is the latest shooting involving an officer, and racial tensions are high nationwide following a spate of others.

Last week’s fatal shooting of Terence Crutcher, an unarmed black man in Tulsa, Oklahoma, sparked protests after video of the killing appeared Monday. Protesters have been demanding justice and an end to police brutality for months.

Police brutality should be dealt with, but there is no excuse for the looting, the violence, and the chaos.


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