Floyd Protest and Riot Charges Filed; Injury and Fatality Reports

 

We’ve seen news outlets ignore looting and murder while reporting “mostly peaceful” demonstrations. A week ago, 60 Secret Service officers were wounded by “mostly peaceful protestors” who likely also set fire to a historical Episcopalian Church. After AG Barr reset the protest line a block away to better protect police and historical landmarks, the usual suspects accused Orange Man Bad of clearing “peaceful protestors” for a photo op. Just one of thousands of truths that don’t fit the narrative for many alleged journalists. Most importantly, there are the murdered, the wounded, and those charged with felonies in connection with this assault on our nation.

I tried searching on this topic and found next to nothing. I have seen many murders and beatings on YouTube, but the search engines that can find a gnat named Bernie in Tierra del Fuego are stumped. It is very hard not to be cynical.

There are some who would like to see that the names are not seen, the stories not known. Mike Pence as reported by Fox News:

“We see in Joe Biden a willingness to align himself with people that are rioting on the streets, destroying the property and livelihoods, claiming the lives of innocent civilians and law enforcement officers, and yet not speaking a word on behalf of those that have been victims,” Pence told host Jesse Watters. “It’s all a part of the predictable, divisive politics of the American left.”

Federal charges: 53.

From the New York Post Thursday, June 11, “DOJ files federal charges against 53 protesters in nationwide riots

Murdered:

Victor Cazares, murdered in Cicero, IL on June 1st. (Chicago Sun-Times)

David Dorn, retired policeman, murdered in front of a friends pawn shop in St. Louis, MO early June 2nd, video of the murder was posted on FaceBook. David Dorn was black. (AP)

Javar Harrell was shot while sitting in a car at a protest in Detroit, MI on May 29th. Police indicate that the shooting was not related to the protest and a suspect is in custody. (AP)

Italia Marie Kelly was shot in the back while leaving a protest at a Walmart in Davenport, IA on June 1st. The case is under investigation. (CBS 2 Iowa)

Patrick Underwood, Federal Protective Service, murdered in the line of duty protecting a federal building in Oakland May 31st. A gunman fired from a car, killing Underwood, and wounding another officer before speeding away. Patrick Underwood was black. (USA Today)

Unknown, shot in Cicero, IL on June 1st. (Chicago Sun-Times)

Killed:

Chris Beaty, shot during rioting in Indianapolis late June 1st. Beaty managed nightclubs and was known for his high school football career. His death is under investigation. Chris Beaty was black. (IndyStar)

Calvin L. Horton, Jr., shot as a suspected looter by a store owner in Minneapolis. (StarTribune)

David McAtee, shot by police after allegedly firing on police near his restaurant in Louisville, KY June 1st. Facts are in dispute and two officers bore deactivated body cameras. Video from security cameras is imperfect and conclusions contested. David McAtee was black. (Courier Journal)

Dorian Murrell, shot during rioting in Indianapolis, IN early June 2nd. An arrest has been made. (IndyStar)

James Scurlock, shot and killed in Omaha, NE on May 31st by a bar owner who was found to be acting in self defense. (CBS)

Unknown, murdered in Davenport, IA June 1st, found with a gun under his body. (CBS 2 Iowa)

Unknown, self-inflicted death while trying to use an explosive to rob an ATM in Philadelphia, PA June 2nd. (CBS Philly)

Injured:

Unknown, Federal Protective Service, shot in the line of duty protecting a federal building in Oakland May 31st. The gunman fired from a car that then sped away. (USA Today)

Unknown, a police officer was shot and injured while riding in a patrol car at 3AM in Davenport, IA June 1st. (CBS 2 Iowa)

This is a very incomplete list, and I hope to eventually fill in the names of the unknown, so I will add when I can in the comments. I have added where the information was available that someone was black. The hypocrisies need to be pointed out.

All contributions are welcome, please source them if you can. I would also point out that some of these sources have a record of whitewashing violent behavior for political reasons, I give them credit for reporting facts contrary to their biases.

Be safe. Be well.

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  1. tigerlily Member
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    Thanks for trying to keep track of the murders and killings associated with the “mostly peaceful protests.”

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  2. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
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    Maybe someday they will catch the white supremacist Trump supporters that did this.

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  3. DonG (skeptic) Coolidge
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    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically.  The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families.  The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas.  Some neighborhoods may never recover.

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  4. Randy Webster Member
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    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    Maybe someday they will catch the white supremacist Trump supporters that did this.

    Those bastards.

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  5. Flicker Coolidge
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    Sisyphus (hears Xi laughing): “We see in Joe Biden a willingness to align himself with people that are rioting on the streets, destroying the property and livelihoods, claiming the lives of innocent civilians and law enforcement officers, and yet not speaking a word on behalf of those that have been victims,” Pence told host Jesse Watters. “It’s all a part of the predictable, divisive politics of the American left.”

    My first impulse is to mock Joe Bidet Biden (see?  I did it again) but I commiserate with him as a man: he must know he’s losing it now, and has lost most of whatever cognition he ever had, and is coasting onward toward a certain presidency, and knows he’s just doing it as a team player, like a washed up third-string quarterback who has to finish the Superbowl and knows it’s his last game, and that it’s the rest of the team is counting on him to just hand off the ball, but not to try to put it in the air.

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  6. Randy Webster Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Sisyphus (hears Xi laughing): “We see in Joe Biden a willingness to align himself with people that are rioting on the streets, destroying the property and livelihoods, claiming the lives of innocent civilians and law enforcement officers, and yet not speaking a word on behalf of those that have been victims,” Pence told host Jesse Watters. “It’s all a part of the predictable, divisive politics of the American left.”

    My first impulse is to mock Joe Bidet Biden (see? I did it again) but I commiserate with him as a man: he must know he’s losing it now, and has lost most of whatever cognition he ever had, and is coasting onward toward a certain presidency, and knows he’s just doing it as a team player, like a washed up third-string quarterback who has to finish the Superbowl and knows it’s his last game, and that it’s the rest of the team is counting on him to just hand off the ball, but not to try to put it in the air.

    I’m pretty sure we’re electing his vice president president.  He’ll either have an accident or be 25th Amendmented shortly after the election.

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  7. Stad Coolidge
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Sisyphus (hears Xi laughing): “We see in Joe Biden a willingness to align himself with people that are rioting on the streets, destroying the property and livelihoods, claiming the lives of innocent civilians and law enforcement officers, and yet not speaking a word on behalf of those that have been victims,” Pence told host Jesse Watters. “It’s all a part of the predictable, divisive politics of the American left.”

    My first impulse is to mock Joe Bidet Biden (see? I did it again) but I commiserate with him as a man: he must know he’s losing it now, and has lost most of whatever cognition he ever had, and is coasting onward toward a certain presidency, and knows he’s just doing it as a team player, like a washed up third-string quarterback who has to finish the Superbowl and knows it’s his last game, and that it’s the rest of the team is counting on him to just hand off the ball, but not to try to put it in the air.

    I have to won der why his wife doesn’t intervene.  Maybe she knows how much it means to him, I don’t know.  It’s clear the man is not all there.  Just read transcripts of some of the ramblings he makes when talking off the cuff.

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  8. Juliana Member
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    Stad (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Sisyphus (hears Xi laughing): “We see in Joe Biden a willingness to align himself with people that are rioting on the streets, destroying the property and livelihoods, claiming the lives of innocent civilians and law enforcement officers, and yet not speaking a word on behalf of those that have been victims,” Pence told host Jesse Watters. “It’s all a part of the predictable, divisive politics of the American left.”

    My first impulse is to mock Joe Bidet Biden (see? I did it again) but I commiserate with him as a man: he must know he’s losing it now, and has lost most of whatever cognition he ever had, and is coasting onward toward a certain presidency, and knows he’s just doing it as a team player, like a washed up third-string quarterback who has to finish the Superbowl and knows it’s his last game, and that it’s the rest of the team is counting on him to just hand off the ball, but not to try to put it in the air.

    I have to won der why his wife doesn’t intervene. Maybe she knows how much it means to him, I don’t know. It’s clear the man is not all there. Just read transcripts of some of the ramblings he makes when talking off the cuff.

    I think this is just a ploy to have Biden’s name go down in history as the president, even for a very short time. They will keep propping him up, either as a reward (?) or as ( I believe) his wife said, this has been his dream for his whole life. What kind of monster will deny an old man with dementia his dream?

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  9. danok1 Member
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    Sisyphus (hears Xi laughing): A week ago sixty Secret Service officers were wounded by “mostly peaceful protestors”

    When I hear “mostly peaceful protesters,” this scene comes to mind:

     

    Anyone else have this reaction?

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  10. Randy Webster Member
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    Juliana (View Comment):
    What kind of monster will deny an old man with dementia his dream?

    Me.

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  11. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
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    Juliana (View Comment):
    What kind of monster will deny an old man with dementia his dream?

    The great thing is even with a Trump victory, they don’t have to. They can keep him in his basement and Jill can tell he won early on election night and send him to bed. And then they can set us a replica of the Oval Office in the basement and give him pieces of paper to sign and he’ll be happy. 

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  12. Flicker Coolidge
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    Randy Webster (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Sisyphus (hears Xi laughing): “We see in Joe Biden a willingness to align himself with people that are rioting on the streets, destroying the property and livelihoods, claiming the lives of innocent civilians and law enforcement officers, and yet not speaking a word on behalf of those that have been victims,” Pence told host Jesse Watters. “It’s all a part of the predictable, divisive politics of the American left.”

    My first impulse is to mock Joe Bidet Biden (see? I did it again) but I commiserate with him as a man: he must know he’s losing it now, and has lost most of whatever cognition he ever had, and is coasting onward toward a certain presidency, and knows he’s just doing it as a team player, like a washed up third-string quarterback who has to finish the Superbowl and knows it’s his last game, and that it’s the rest of the team is counting on him to just hand off the ball, but not to try to put it in the air.

    I’m pretty sure we’re electing his vice president president. He’ll either have an accident or be 25th Amendmented shortly after the election.

    The same people that talked him into running will just as calmly and easily talk him into resigning.  He’ll go out a winner, having made it to the presidency, and resigning with no scandal, and being a good “placeholder”.

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  13. Flicker Coolidge
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    Stad (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Sisyphus (hears Xi laughing): “We see in Joe Biden a willingness to align himself with people that are rioting on the streets, destroying the property and livelihoods, claiming the lives of innocent civilians and law enforcement officers, and yet not speaking a word on behalf of those that have been victims,” Pence told host Jesse Watters. “It’s all a part of the predictable, divisive politics of the American left.”

    My first impulse is to mock Joe Bidet Biden (see? I did it again) but I commiserate with him as a man: he must know he’s losing it now, and has lost most of whatever cognition he ever had, and is coasting onward toward a certain presidency, and knows he’s just doing it as a team player, like a washed up third-string quarterback who has to finish the Superbowl and knows it’s his last game, and that it’s the rest of the team is counting on him to just hand off the ball, but not to try to put it in the air.

    I have to won der why his wife doesn’t intervene. Maybe she knows how much it means to him, I don’t know. It’s clear the man is not all there. Just read transcripts of some of the ramblings he makes when talking off the cuff.

    I agree.  And what could go wrong?  Better to be president and to walk away gracefully than to never have gotten it at all.

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  14. Kay of MT Member
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    Randy Webster (View Comment):
    Me.

    And me, because he won’t remember it anyway.

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  15. Sisyphus (hears Xi laughing) Member
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    There is an edit error in the post. From the line “Murdered:” down are detail lines drawn from the sources linked in each detail, not quoted from the above New York Post article which speaks to the 53 federally charged individuals in the line above as the editor has indicated. The mistake could easily have been prevented if the editor had read the post.

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  16. MichaelKennedy Inactive
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    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale.  “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

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  17. Randy Webster Member
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    MichaelKennedy (View Comment):

    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale. “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

    “Business flight” is what’s going to hurt.

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  18. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
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    MichaelKennedy (View Comment):

    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale. “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

    Democrat solution will be an escape tax.  

     

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  19. Flicker Coolidge
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    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    MichaelKennedy (View Comment):

    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale. “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

    Democrat solution will be an escape tax.

    You must leave all your jewelry behind and forfeit your house to the state.

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  20. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    MichaelKennedy (View Comment):

    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale. “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

    Democrat solution will be an escape tax.

    You must leave all your jewelry behind and forfeit your house to the state.

    Wonder if they can tax you after you leave the state?  Lets be honest the state does not really want people or to help them.  It just wants their money.  So maybe you still have to pay local Minneapolis taxes for X years after you leave?

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  21. Flicker Coolidge
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    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    MichaelKennedy (View Comment):

    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale. “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

    Democrat solution will be an escape tax.

    You must leave all your jewelry behind and forfeit your house to the state.

    Wonder if they can tax you after you leave the state? Lets be honest the state does not really want people or to help them. It just wants their money. So maybe you still have to pay local Minneapolis taxes for X years after you leave?

    It’s an outlandish idea, but things are changing so rapidly it seems anything can happen.  I wouldn’t put it past Democrat states entering into a pact that approves double taxation.  The US government does it to expats, right?

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  22. Headedwest Coolidge
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    It’s an outlandish idea, but things are changing so rapidly it seems anything can happen. I wouldn’t put it past Democrat states entering into a pact that approves double taxation. The US government does it to expats, right?

    Back when we had a constitution it would have, I think, been obviously unconstitutional.  But now, who knows?

    When I left a faculty job at Blue State U. and took a new job at Red State U. I did think about the hunger my old state had for money of all kinds.  So I moved all my Blue State 403 money into my Red State 403 account.  Red State U. had better choices, anyway.

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  23. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    MichaelKennedy (View Comment):

    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale. “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

    Democrat solution will be an escape tax.

    You must leave all your jewelry behind and forfeit your house to the state.

    Wonder if they can tax you after you leave the state? Lets be honest the state does not really want people or to help them. It just wants their money. So maybe you still have to pay local Minneapolis taxes for X years after you leave?

    It’s an outlandish idea, but things are changing so rapidly it seems anything can happen. I wouldn’t put it past Democrat states entering into a pact that approves double taxation. The US government does it to expats, right?

    The expat tax is what made me think this is possible

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  24. MichaelKennedy Inactive
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    MichaelKennedy (View Comment):

    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale. “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

    Democrat solution will be an escape tax.

    You must leave all your jewelry behind and forfeit your house to the state.

    My father actually sold our house in 1967 for a third of what he had been offered ten years before. So you are not far wrong.

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  25. kedavis Member
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    Randy Webster (View Comment):

    Juliana (View Comment):
    What kind of monster will deny an old man with dementia his dream?

    Me.

    #metoo

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  26. kedavis Member
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    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    MichaelKennedy (View Comment):

    DonG (skeptic) (View Comment):

    The unintended consequences will never be known specifically. The destruction of neighborhoods destroys the livelihoods and life savings of hundreds of families. The decay that follows will be like an anchor on each person that lives in or works in those areas. Some neighborhoods may never recover.

    Over 18% of real estate in Minneapolis is now listed for sale. “White Flight” just like Chicago where I grew up.

    Democrat solution will be an escape tax.

    You must leave all your jewelry behind and forfeit your house to the state.

    Wonder if they can tax you after you leave the state? Lets be honest the state does not really want people or to help them. It just wants their money. So maybe you still have to pay local Minneapolis taxes for X years after you leave?

    Nothing would surprise me.  I managed apartments for a while, and I got the strong impression that most landlords – at least those who owned smaller places, not big places owned by corporations etc – would really like to have people pay them rent but live somewhere else.

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