Home Culture Videos: BLM Group Assaulted Man In His Own Neighborhood – The Police...

Videos: BLM Group Assaulted Man In His Own Neighborhood – The Police Come And Detain The Man Who Was Just Trying To Get Home

A large Stillwater protest advocating for murder charges against former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter, visited the home of the judge of the case yesterday.

Protesters headed out to Stillwater on Saturday afternoon to rally in front of Washington County Attorney Pete Orput’s home.

They said Orput’s filing of second-degree manslaughter charges against Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter in the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright did not go far enough.

“We watch somebody pull out a gun and recklessly fire it and hit another person and that person loses their life. But then they still get a slap on the hand,” said St. Paul School Board member and activist Chauntyll Allen.

The group stood in the street outside Orput’s home and then marched through the neighborhood.

Black Lives Matter activist Nekima Levy Armstrong told the group that Orput did come out of his house for a short conversation at one point.

But one moment was very tense when a man who was just trying to get to his home, confronted the BLM rioters.

What is even more interesting is the fact that the police come and detain the man who was just trying to get home.

Video below:

Later BLM praised the police after they detained the man.

Video below:

Video from earlier when they harassed people around the neighborhood:

In Brooklyn Center, hundreds of protesters Saturday night were joined by U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif.

“I’m here from Washington, D.C., because I could not sleep, I could not rest, I could not be satisfied that another young Black man has been killed by police,” Waters told the crowd. “I’m here to say that I stand with you, I stand with his family, and I stand with everybody who cares about justice”

“We’ve got to stay in the streets, and we’ve got to demand justice,” Waters told the militant leftists.

“We’re looking for a guilty verdict,” the representative added, speaking of Chauvin.

“And if we don’t, we cannot go away,” she added. “We’ve got to get more confrontational.”

When asked about the fact that she was breaking curfew, she said “I don’t know what curfew means.”

Video below:

The corrupt politician moves through the state border just incite more riots as well as breaking the law by violating the curfew.

But it seems that the police already choose a side, and it’s not the site that protects them for so long!