Allow the police to put a stop to the rioters with as much force as is necessary.

Allow the police to put a stop to the rioters with as much force as is necessary.

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Peter Leonard started this petition to Seatle city council

 

Petition to Seattle City Council
Allow the police to put a stop to the rioters with as much force as is necessary.
Peter Leonard Spokane, WA, United States

We need to stop allowing these rioters to just rule a whole six block neighbourhood. They're killing people, breaking into homes and businesses, and not allowing the cops in to render aid, even when a man lies dying in the street from a gunshot wound (despite worldwide protests when it was a black man killed in the street by a white cop), and ended up succumbing to his wound because no first responders could reach him. Now there are two teenage boys, one is fourteen and one was sixteen, who got shot today and one of them also died. The other one is currently in intensive care. There have also been robberies, vandalism, and rape going not only unpunished but summarily ignored. Our governor and mayor should be backing the police, letting them use whatever force is reasonably necessary, to put a stop to the killing and terrorising of the law-abiding citizens of this state. These outlaw rioters have been hurting, killing and robbing people and shutting down small businesses. Instead of our city leaders protecting these good people, they are going out of their way to protect the rioters by refusing to allow the police to do their jobs. I would like all of the good people of this state to speak up and say, "Enough is Enough," and to get these criminals off of our streets and into prison where they belong. Hopefully, by collecting enough signatures on this petition, we can make these ineffectual "leaders" and "officials" realise just how serious and concerned we are for ours and our kids' safety.

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