7-Eleven Looted, Police Taunted After Dallas Shooting

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jul. 08, 2016

Local news reports a 7-Eleven was looted and police were taunted in the aftermath of the Dallas shooting. The news crew's own vehicles had to be moved because vagrants were pouring (likely stolen) alcohol all over them.

Via WFAA:
DALLAS - A 7-Eleven convenience store in downtown Dallas was shut down as the mayhem following an attack on officers poured into its parking lot.

At least five police officers were fatally shot and several more were wounded by gunfire after shots rang out at a protest through downtown Dallas streets Thursday night.

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.
Video report from WFAA:



Clearly, the only thing holding these communities back is evil cops.

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