Monday, December 15, 2014
Black Bloc on NYPD: What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now! A group of men wearing masks and black clothing (Black Bloc) surrounded a NYPD vehicle around 4:45 p.m. Saturday 12/13/2014 on the Brooklyn Bridge and began kicking it before someone hurled a garbage can at the rear window, which was then destroyed by someone wielding a metal pipe, cops said.
Black Bloc is Behind Violent Protests in New York City and Across USA in Retaliation For no Indictments in Michael Brown and Eric Garner Deaths. “Black Bloc” is a collection of far left anarchists and anarchist affinity groups that organize together for any particular protest action, they fight with the cops and destroy public property and local businesses and have done so since at least 1991 in the USA most recently under the name “This Stops Today“. FOX NEWS…Bill O’Reilly said the Factor has learned that the New York City protests are being coordinated by “hardcore, far-left activists,” calling out a group called “This Stops Today” (Black Bloc) and other “grievance organizations.” “These demonstrations you’re seeing are not spontaneous descent from regular folks. Rather, they are well planned disruptions from professional anti-establishment provocateurs.
NYPD officers were swarmed by protesters in a knock-down, drag-out brawl on the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday night that sent two police lieutenants to the hospital. The melee broke out at the tail end of a daylong march — which drew nearly 30,000 protesters calling for justice in the wake of the police-involved deaths of civilians Michael Brown and Eric Garner — when a group of marchers swarmed officers as they tried to make an arrest on the bridge roadway around 7:15 p.m., cops said. “Over the past few weeks, we have gone to great lengths to ensure, even facilitate, people’s ability to protest,” said Chief of Department James O’Neill on Saturday. “I want to be clear that these assaults do not come with the territory,” he said.
The violence erupted shortly after the two lieutenants attempted to stop one of the angry agitators from hurling a garbage can at other cops standing in the walkway below, police said. That’s when other demonstrators intervened and attacked the officers — knocking them to the ground and kicking and punching them before trying to steal their jackets and radios, according to police. “[The officers] were punched by numerous people,” said Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counter Terrorism John lMiller. “They were kicked in their face and in the head while the group attempted to steal their portable radios and tear away their police identification jackets.” The protester who tried to throw the garbage can fled but left behind a bag containing three hammers and a black ski mask, cops said.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com