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Report from Portland: 'Neighbors of East Precinct tire of violence and tear gas.' Wasn't this supposed to stop when Trump's storm troopers left town?

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Antifa hates the elderly. Noted. Stopped someone’s grandma at the East Precinct from putting out a fire. #PortlandRiots  🤯🤯🤯

Neighbors of East Precinct tire of violence and tear gas

Neighbors fed up with second night of violence outside PPB East Precinct

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‘Please don’t be in our neighborhood’: Neighbors respond to violent protests outside East Precinct

WATCH: Portland Police made arrests overnight near their East Precinct. It was the second straight night of protests there. **WARNING: Language may be inappropriate or offensive to some**

12 arrested after unlawful assembly declared at PPB's East Precinct

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Police declare gathering near East Precinct an unlawful assembly.

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Night 70 of #PortlandProtests : Protesters clashed with officers once again and multiple arrests were made as an unlawful assembly was declared at the Portland Police Bureau’s East Precinct on Thursday night.

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Police declare gathering near East Precinct an unlawful assembly.

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At least one person breached the East Precinct fence line shortly before East Precinct officers noticed smoke in the building lobby.

As of 10pm: Police have made 45 arrests in connection with today’s riot in the East Precinct. 21 officers sustained injuries after being struck by bricks, rocks mortars/other explosives. Most officers were able to return to duty. One was treated at a hospital for a knee injury.

Earlier today, at least 1 person breached a fence line @ the East Precinct. Moments later, a device exploded leaving an ~8” hole in the side of the precinct. This was one of several dangerous incidents that led SPD to declare today’s incident a riot. Arson/Bomb dets investigating

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The protesters broke out several windows of the East Precinct, then threw a device into the lobby that ignited a small fire.

Officers investigating a possible explosive damage to walls of the East Precinct. Also reportedly some sort of explosives being thrown or fired at officers.

Due to ongoing violence and public safety issues in the East Precinct/Cal Anderson Park area. Mayor Jenny Durkan has issued an executive order to vacate the area. Seattle police will be in the area this morning enforcing the Mayor’s order.

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At about 7:30 p.m. demonstrators outside the East Precinct began moving barricades at 11th and Pine despite multiple requests from police to stop. Individuals began throwing rocks/bottles/and explosives at officers. Several officers injured due to improvised explosives.

Protestors in Seattle have taken over six blocks near the police department’s East Precinct. They’re calling it “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone,” where people can gather to demonstrate without police. “This is an exercise in trust and de-escalation,” the police chief told @KUOW .

After Seattle Police abandoned the East Precinct, officers said they are receiving reports of armed people manning the checkpoints intimidating people trying to enter and committing extortion.

Do you think the city should move now to retake its East Precinct police building?

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