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Yeah, okay, so ...

Protesters have been showing up and becoming violent in Portland for approx the last 4 months ...

Protesters have reportedly appeared in Portland from out-of-state for the last 4 months ...

Protesters have turned into rioters and have used violence against people, property and the police for the last 4 months ...

And now, the state decides to declare a state of emergency for this group's arrival, and goes on to state that violence won't be allowed??

Violence should quite obviously never be allowed, but why after close to 4 months did they suddenly decide it was time to claim to be willing to take stand against it?

This is mixed messaging, at best. Odd.
 

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Yeah, okay, so ...

Protesters have been showing up and becoming violent in Portland for approx the last 4 months ...

Protesters have reportedly appeared in Portland from out-of-state for the last 4 months ...

Protesters have turned into rioters and have used violence against people, property and the police for the last 4 months ...

And now, the state decides to declare a state of emergency for this group's arrival, and goes on to state that violence won't be allowed??

Violence should quite obviously never be allowed, but why after close to 4 months did they suddenly decide it was time to claim to be willing to take stand against it?

This is mixed messaging, at best. Odd.
What he said. ^:agree:
 

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https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/30/us/breonna-taylor-officer-retire-fundraiser-trnd/index.html

Now, Cosgrove is seeking funds on the "Christian crowdfunding site" *** so he can "purchase the remainder of his service time" and retire, according to the fundraiser's description. He wants to focus on his family's safety, which, per the description, has been threatened since protests erupted after Taylor's killing.


https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/30/us/breonna-taylor-case-grand-jury-recording-release/index.html

The release of grand jury recordings in the Breonna Taylor case will be delayed until noon Friday, according to a judge's order.

The highly unusual public release of secret grand jury proceedings had been expected Wednesday after Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Ann Bailey Smith ordered recordings of the two and half day presentation to the panel to be filed with the court by noon local time.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron had sought a one-week delay in a motion filed Tuesday, arguing that it was necessary to protect the interest of witnesses, particularly "private citizens named in the recordings." His office wants to "redact personal identifiers of any named person."

"The Judge ruled on the motion today and granted an extension until noon on Friday to give us proper time to redact specific personal information of witnesses," Elizabeth Kuhn, a spokeswoman for the attorney general, said via email.
 
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