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May 31, 2020 1:17 PM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
Who benefits the most from riots?
The Police Unions; as the cops get new cars, updated equipment, more power, etc.

Consider this:

Minneapolis, MN — Dozens of businesses and other buildings in Minneapolis, near the police department’s third precinct, were hit hard with vandalism this week, with some of them being completely burned to the ground. There was undoubtedly some organic intent behind this destruction. However, several videos of a highly suspicious man wearing a gas mask and carrying a hammer, paint an ominous picture of potential agent provocateurs stoking the rioting among the protesters.

Throughout the day, most of the protests in Minneapolis were peaceful with the exception of protesters directing their anger and property destruction toward the police department who refused to immediately charge George Floyd’s killers. However, as was widely reported, the Autozone near the department was one of the first places to be looted and set on fire.

Now, we have the video of the first person to instigate the destruction — and he was definitely not part of the George Floyd protests.

Brad Svenson (@SvensonBrad on pscp.tv) was streaming live Wednesday night. As he filmed the protests, he took no interest in the Autozone directly behind him as all the protesters were peacefully chanting at the officers in front of them.

All of that quickly changed, however, when we hear a loud pop, followed by the sound of breaking glass. When Svenson panned his camera around, we see a shady white guy, dressed in all black, holding an umbrella, a hammer, and a gas mask, shattering the windows out of the Autozone like he was getting paid to do it.

For those unaware, the black umbrella is a symbol of the protests in Hong Kong. Protesters used umbrellas as a tool for passive resistance to the police’s use of pepper spray to disperse the crowd during the occupation of the city over the 2014 elections. What this man was doing was hardly passive. It also looked like he Googled “rioter” and dressed up like the first picture he found.

Illustrating just how reluctant the protesters were to begin rioting and looting, they yelled at the shady man in black and confronted him as he began smashing windows.

“Are you a cop?!” several of the protesters yell.

As the man attempts to escape without being tackled or stopped by folks who did not want the rioting and looting to start, the man becomes confrontational and challenges one of the men pursuing him to a fight. Then, in typical police officer fashion, the provocateur tries to swat the camera from the person filming him.

“Get the f**k away from me,” the agent provocateur says as he flees behind the Autozone. He is chased about 100 feet away before the video cuts out.

It is pretty clear from the video that the protesters — at least before the provocateur smashed out windows — wanted nothing to do with looting and destroying local businesses. However, after he smashed the windows of Autozone, it would set off a chain reaction, leading to a handful of others parting from the peaceful protests and begin looting.

Many folks have taken to social media to allege that he is a cop, with some claiming he fled into the police station.

Look for yourself. Is it the same guy? Scroll down at this site:

May 31, 2020 1:23 PM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
May 31, 2020 11:01 PM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
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I never believed cops were dirty except in the rarest of cases, despite being a lefty. Still dont. The video is different story.

I watched a video of Baltimore police, a large group, planting drugs and syringes all over a site. Clear as a bell.wow , a few years ago. Maybe Serpico really is realistic?
May 31, 2020 11:04 PM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
LaFonda
LaFondaLaFondaIrving, Texas USA311 Posts
On Saturday night a young man drove a brand new BMW and began to theft items from the store in Beverly Hills. The reporter said that the young man surly does not need the items he stole, but it seems that he was part of the right-wing group.
May 31, 2020 11:29 PM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
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LaFonda: On Saturday night a young man drove a brand new BMW and began to theft items from the store in Beverly Hills. The reporter said that the young man surly does not need the items he stole, but it seems that he was part of the right-wing group.
I can find the Baltimore vids, they were accepted in Court and used for convictions. The black suit guy was like confused dunno and WTF weird. He didnt even get a pizza.
Jun 1, 2020 4:02 AM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
LaFonda: On Saturday night a young man drove a brand new BMW and began to theft items from the store in Beverly Hills. The reporter said that the young man surly does not need the items he stole, but it seems that he was part of the right-wing group.
it seems he was part of the rightwing-group?rolling on the floor laughing
Jun 1, 2020 4:39 AM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
raphael119: I never believed cops were dirty except in the rarest of cases, despite being a lefty. Still dont. The video is different story.

I watched a video of Baltimore police, a large group, planting drugs and syringes all over a site. Clear as a bell. , a few years ago. Maybe Serpico really is realistic?
Cops in all the world are corrupt, as long as you offer them enough money.
In South Africa during the Apartheid the cops where very dirty...
Lately the dutch justice discovered several cops told secrets about investigations to the biggest criminals of the country, especially to the moccro Maffia (Maroccan maffia).
At the moment the leader Ridouhan Taghi is in jail and going to court.
He has killed several people or ordered to kill them. Like the brother of a witness, and even the lawyer of the witness.
Jun 1, 2020 6:00 AM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
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The guy getting off with a new television, that’s who benefits most. In the London riots of 2011 what began as a protest against the police turned into a chimp out burning everything.

And as hard as it is for the internet to believe people can still behave wild and spontaneously. The internet is a media populated by actors and therefore it expects a script.
Jun 1, 2020 6:20 AM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
raphael119online today!
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ChesneyChrist: The guy getting off with a new television, that’s who benefits most. In the London riots of 2011 what began as a protest against the police turned into a chimp out burning everything.

And as hard as it is for the internet to believe people can still behave wild and spontaneously. The internet is a media populated by actors and therefore it expects a script.
I bet you found a pizza in a cracker barrel yourself!
Jun 1, 2020 7:33 AM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
Bnaughty
BnaughtyBnaughtyMálaga, Andalusia Spain54 Threads 3 Polls 5,755 Posts
MustangWriter: Who benefits the most from riots?
The Police Unions; as the cops get new cars, updated equipment, more power, etc.

Consider this:

Minneapolis, MN — Dozens of businesses and other buildings in Minneapolis, near the police department’s third precinct, were hit hard with vandalism this week, with some of them being completely burned to the ground. There was undoubtedly some organic intent behind this destruction. However, several videos of a highly suspicious man wearing a gas mask and carrying a hammer, paint an ominous picture of potential agent provocateurs stoking the rioting among the protesters.

Throughout the day, most of the protests in Minneapolis were peaceful with the exception of protesters directing their anger and property destruction toward the police department who refused to immediately charge George Floyd’s killers. However, as was widely reported, the Autozone near the department was one of the first places to be looted and set on fire.

Now, we have the video of the first person to instigate the destruction — and he was definitely not part of the George Floyd protests.

Brad Svenson (@SvensonBrad on pscp.tv) was streaming live Wednesday night. As he filmed the protests, he took no interest in the Autozone directly behind him as all the protesters were peacefully chanting at the officers in front of them.

All of that quickly changed, however, when we hear a loud pop, followed by the sound of breaking glass. When Svenson panned his camera around, we see a shady white guy, dressed in all black, holding an umbrella, a hammer, and a gas mask, shattering the windows out of the Autozone like he was getting paid to do it.

For those unaware, the black umbrella is a symbol of the protests in Hong Kong. Protesters used umbrellas as a tool for passive resistance to the police’s use of pepper spray to disperse the crowd during the occupation of the city over the 2014 elections. What this man was doing was hardly passive. It also looked like he Googled “rioter” and dressed up like the first picture he found.

Illustrating just how reluctant the protesters were to begin rioting and looting, they yelled at the shady man in black and confronted him as he began smashing windows.

“Are you a cop?!” several of the protesters yell.

As the man attempts to escape without being tackled or stopped by folks who did not want the rioting and looting to start, the man becomes confrontational and challenges one of the men pursuing him to a fight. Then, in typical police officer fashion, the provocateur tries to swat the camera from the person filming him.

“Get the f**k away from me,” the agent provocateur says as he flees behind the Autozone. He is chased about 100 feet away before the video cuts out.

It is pretty clear from the video that the protesters — at least before the provocateur smashed out windows — wanted nothing to do with looting and destroying local businesses. However, after he smashed the windows of Autozone, it would set off a chain reaction, leading to a handful of others parting from the peaceful protests and begin looting.

Many folks have taken to social media to allege that he is a cop, with some claiming he fled into the police station.

Look for yourself. Is it the same guy? Scroll down at this site:

The man in the mask was probably a window fitter
Jun 1, 2020 7:52 AM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
If I had a Hammer.................................rolling on the floor laughing
Jun 1, 2020 8:14 AM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
raphael119online today!
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Bnaughty: The man in the mask was probably a window fitter
smitten
Jun 1, 2020 8:39 AM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
cryptorchid
cryptorchidcryptorchidEaston, Pennsylvania USA37 Posts
MustangWriter: Who benefits the most from riots?
The Police Unions; as the cops get new cars, updated equipment, more power, etc.

Consider this:

Minneapolis, MN — Dozens of businesses and other buildings in Minneapolis, near the police department’s third precinct, were hit hard with vandalism this week, with some of them being completely burned to the ground. There was undoubtedly some organic intent behind this destruction. However, several videos of a highly suspicious man wearing a gas mask and carrying a hammer, paint an ominous picture of potential agent provocateurs stoking the rioting among the protesters.

Throughout the day, most of the protests in Minneapolis were peaceful with the exception of protesters directing their anger and property destruction toward the police department who refused to immediately charge George Floyd’s killers. However, as was widely reported, the Autozone near the department was one of the first places to be looted and set on fire.

Now, we have the video of the first person to instigate the destruction — and he was definitely not part of the George Floyd protests.

Brad Svenson (@SvensonBrad on pscp.tv) was streaming live Wednesday night. As he filmed the protests, he took no interest in the Autozone directly behind him as all the protesters were peacefully chanting at the officers in front of them.

All of that quickly changed, however, when we hear a loud pop, followed by the sound of breaking glass. When Svenson panned his camera around, we see a shady white guy, dressed in all black, holding an umbrella, a hammer, and a gas mask, shattering the windows out of the Autozone like he was getting paid to do it.

For those unaware, the black umbrella is a symbol of the protests in Hong Kong. Protesters used umbrellas as a tool for passive resistance to the police’s use of pepper spray to disperse the crowd during the occupation of the city over the 2014 elections. What this man was doing was hardly passive. It also looked like he Googled “rioter” and dressed up like the first picture he found.

Illustrating just how reluctant the protesters were to begin rioting and looting, they yelled at the shady man in black and confronted him as he began smashing windows.

“Are you a cop?!” several of the protesters yell.

As the man attempts to escape without being tackled or stopped by folks who did not want the rioting and looting to start, the man becomes confrontational and challenges one of the men pursuing him to a fight. Then, in typical police officer fashion, the provocateur tries to swat the camera from the person filming him.

“Get the f**k away from me,” the agent provocateur says as he flees behind the Autozone. He is chased about 100 feet away before the video cuts out.

It is pretty clear from the video that the protesters — at least before the provocateur smashed out windows — wanted nothing to do with looting and destroying local businesses. However, after he smashed the windows of Autozone, it would set off a chain reaction, leading to a handful of others parting from the peaceful protests and begin looting.

Many folks have taken to social media to allege that he is a cop, with some claiming he fled into the police station.

Look for yourself. Is it the same guy? Scroll down at this site:

Soros has financial holdings in Autozone and Target. Soros funds terrorism
Jun 1, 2020 1:10 PM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
Conrad73: If I had a Hammer.................................
You would damage a policecar and maybe attack a cop. They would sit on your neck for 10 minutes, exit Conrad73. Not sure if it is a great loss.
Jun 1, 2020 1:35 PM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
PeKaatje: You would damage a policecar and maybe attack a cop. They would sit on your neck for 10 minutes, exit Conrad73. Not sure if it is a great loss.
well,if they do it to you,we would lose a Chess-Grandmaster!rolling on the floor laughing
Jun 1, 2020 1:39 PM CST Internet Suspects Cops Provoking Riots as Shadowy Man in Black Caught Smashing Up Autozone
PeKaatje: You would damage a policecar and maybe attack a cop. They would sit on your neck for 10 minutes, exit Conrad73. Not sure if it is a great loss.
Poor PEK didn't get the allusion!rolling on the floor laughing
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