Friday, July 8, 2016

Dallas 7-Eleven Store Looted By Black Lives Matter Protesters Who Taunted Cops After Massacre of Police Officers

#BlackLivesMatter advocates dignity, justice and freedom. Not murder.

— Black Lives Matter (@Blklivesmatter) July 8, 2016
According to the above comment on Twitter Looting has now become dignity, justice and freedom.be
A Dallas 7-Eleven store was looted and a news crew threatened by Black Lives Matter protesters after the massacre of Dallas police officers Thursday night. Incredibly, the protesters were taunting police who were called to protect the store.
PICTURE: Officers now lined up in front of the 7-11 protecting the store from looting. #WFAA #Dallas pic.twitter.com/oHfMcVwhx2— Brian Dorman (@BDormanTV) July 8, 2016 “PICTURE: Officers now lined up in front of the 7-11 protecting the store from looting. #WFAA #Dallas”
A 7-11 in downtown Dallas was looted after the shooting happened, looters also taunted police, store is now closed pic.twitter.com/smeMZnVzXl
— Jessie Karangu (@JMKTV) July 8, 2016
“A 7-11 in downtown Dallas was looted after the shooting happened, looters also taunted police, store is now closed “
Dancing/flexing in front of a 7/11 in Dallas. Disgraceful. Is this a joke to them? A celebration? THIS IS SERIOUS pic.twitter.com/Fz5KRo8AkR
— Mitchell Manley (@MitchellManleyy) July 8, 2016
“Dancing/flexing in front of a 7/11 in Dallas. Disgraceful. Is this a joke to them? A celebration? THIS IS SERIOUS”
WFAA-TV reported from the 7-Eleven that their news crew was threatened by the protesters and had to move theor vehicles after protesters poured beer and alcohol on their cars.
Excerpt of the WFAA report:
” 7-Eleven convenience store in downtown Dallas was shut down as the mayhem following an attack on officers poured into its parking lot.
…”Hundreds of people packed into the parking lot of a 7-Eleven at Griffin and San Jacinto as a massive police presence pushed crowds away from the chaotic scene of the attack.
News 8’s crews stationed near the 7-Eleven saw people taunting officers who were protecting the building. Many were drunk and some were believed to be stealing from inside the convenience store.
Hundreds of people packed into the parking lot of a 7-Eleven at Griffin and San Jacinto as a massive police presence pushed crowds away from the chaotic scene of the attack.
News 8’s crews stationed near the 7-Eleven saw people taunting officers who were protecting the building. Many were drunk and some were believed to be stealing from inside the convenience store.”

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