BREAKING NEWS – Seattle, Washington – Journalist Andy Ngo says tensions inside ‘CHOP’ rise when the sun goes down. Seattle’s police chief warns that violent crimes are going unanswered with little police presence inside the ‘Capitol Hill Occupied Protest’ zone.
During the day, he said, it could be considered peaceful if one ignored boarded-up businesses or graffiti calling for the murder of police. But when the sun goes down, the “criminal elements come out,” Ngo noted.
Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best commented on the evening crimes in the ‘Capitol Hill Occupied Protest’ zone. “Of course I would like to send cops in there to deal with the crime waves at night in that location. Unfortunately, by the time we get approved to enter by the leaders there, and them confiscate our weapons after doing an extensive background check on each cop, and then we adhere to their dress codes which are casual for the most part, the suspects in the crimes are long gone. But we try to get details from what happened after we interview the victims which are usually hospitalized, unless they are in the morgue.”