Oklahoma County DA Charges Rioters With Terrorism: 'When You Act Like a Terrorist, You Will Be Treated Like a Terrorist'Chris Menahan
Jun. 29, 2020
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Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater late last week hit Black Lives Matter rioters with various charges ranging from terrorism and rioting to assault and battery upon a police officer.
"This is not Seattle," Prater said Friday after unveiling the charges. "We're not putting up with this lawlessness here."
"The ACLU criticized the district attorney Saturday evening, one day after he charged three protesters with terrorism, four with rioting and one with assault and battery upon a police officer," The Oklahoman reported on Monday. "The civil liberties organization called the felony charges excessive, politically based and upsetting."
"For them to say it's a political statement, do they not know he's a Democrat?" John George, president of the Oklahoma City Fraternal Order of Police responded.
From The Oklahoman:
Prater on Sunday defended the charges, saying, "When you act like a terrorist, you will be treated like a terrorist."KOCO 5 News has footage from the riots.
More from The Oklahoman:
The terrorism charges involved the burning of an Oklahoma County sheriff's van and the damage done to an Oklahoma City bail bonds business. One defendant, Isael Antonio Ortiz, 21, of Welch, is charged in both incidents. He was jailed Saturday morning. If convicted, he could be sentenced to life in prison.No wonder he wants to abolish the police!
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