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Riot! Seattle!

Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by FuckTheDetour, May 2, 2012.

  1. slother

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    I know this is off topic, but thanks anarchoskin hooligan for the recommendation of resident anti-hero. Thats some good stuff I'm diggin it
     
  2. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    If you like that check out RADICAL like I said he is dope too. Oh & Marxmen is some cool ass commie hip hop you might like.
    I also like Immortal Technique, but he uses words like "faggot" & "homo" plus he drops the N-bomb a-fucking-lot all of which fly in the face of my stanch Antifa views, but hey I don't expect my favorite M.C.s to hold my beliefs or anything... But other than that shit I think he's a dope M.C. Probably one of the dopest around.
     
  3. THEBLACKNOVA

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    I ran into these posts tonight...
    Get to know how the state operates in trying to find people who have FUCKED SHIT UP at a protest or event, and what one should be wearing and not wearing if one is going to fuck shit up...

    I found this post by the SEATTLE Police, they posted pics of suspects they are looking for from May Day in Seattle:

    http://spdblotter.seattle.gov/2012/05/2 ... strations/

    http://spdblotter.seattle.gov/2012/06/1 ... -suspects/

    I've seen similar post by the Oakland Police, the cops stay back and cops pass as photographers and videographers and document or collect evidence and then they post images on their web sites looking for suspects with price tags on their heads...

    Be careful
     
  4. apples&onions

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    He's half black and he's a rapper...I wouldn't assume that he is actually homophobic...but somebody claimed he was...I kinda doubt as I don't see how he could hold the views he does if he was homophobic...
     
  5. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    Well he sure likes to insult others in his flows with those words.
    & cuz he is half black he cant be a homophobe???
    Oh & cuz he is a "Socialist" he couldnt be right???
    I like the guy I just dont like some of the other BS.
     
  6. apples&onions

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    yeah... true... I was referring to the n word ing. Yeah, true... I rap... and I don't use any of those words... not for any reason... I just don't.
     
  7. slother

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    I didn't say that. Stop putting words in my mouth (joking but yeah that wasn't me) :p
     
  8. apples&onions

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    I wasn't referring to you...I think it was cascadian
     
  9. THEBLACKNOVA

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    Charges Filed for the May Day Vandalism

    11/28/2012

    King County prosecutor Dan Satterberg has filed charges against five individuals for participating in the May Day smashup. Charging documents accuse five of riot, fourth-degree assault, and malicious mischief "against the peace and dignity of the state of Washington."

    The accused are: Phillip Neel, Kellen Linnell, Meaghnn Gonzales, Matthew Erickson, and Jason Michaels. Two have priors for crimes such as marijuana possession, obstructing a police officer, and harassment. Three have no known priors.

    Police identified the suspects by articles of clothing and tattoos that showed up on camera footage, officers' reports from May Day, and search warrants of the suspects' homes. Officers also received some anonymous tips and say they recognized some of the suspects from Occupy protests. Officers also say they gleaned information from cell phones and other electronic devices that were taken and searched.

    These charges are not part of the current federal grand jury that is ostensibly looking into May Day, and Emily Langlie from the US Attorney's office says she has "no idea" whether the five might be called before the grand jury.

    It has also come out, in documents filed in October, that FBI agents followed some Portland activists up to Seattle where they participated in May Day demonstrations.

    this here report taken from here: http://anarchistnews.org/content/charge ... -vandalism
     
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