Oakland: Police Stood Down As ‘Trayvon Protesters’ Terrorized Drivers

OPD allowed Trayvon Demonstrators to Seize Control of Major Street for Three Hours

Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars.com, July 15, 2013

One of the questions to emerge out of last night’s unrest in Oakland, where crowds protesting the George Zimmerman verdict turned violent and seized control of a major street for three hours, is why police withdrew from the area and allowed drivers to be terrorized.

According to a report by ABC 7, protesters had “complete control” of 14th and Broadway near Oakland City Hall and refused to let vehicles pass.

At about 8:30 p.m., police opened the intersection to traffic. But it quickly deteriorated when demonstrators surrounded frightened drivers who found themselves trapped. The crowd forced them to turn around.

Oakland police officers that had been near the corner retreated, leaving the helpless drivers without police protection. It’s unclear who gave that command.

In Los Angeles, demonstrators also blocked major highways and acted provocatively towards drivers.

Occupy Oakland @OccupyOakland

March tomorrow 4pm from 14th and Broadway tonight still strong. Courthouse windows smashed. People wear all black for anonymity


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