Rioters in Seattle attempt to trap officers inside precinct building and burn them alive

On Monday night, rioters in Seattle attempted to murder Seattle Police officers by burning them alive and sealing the door of their precinct.

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA

On Monday night, rioters in Seattle attempted to murder Seattle Police officers by burning them alive and sealing the door of their precinct.

Rioters used a quick drying cement mixture to attempt to seal the door of the East Precinct, the site of the former Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP). Meanwhile, rioters attempted to set the building on fire. This was first reported by The Jason Rantz Show on AM770. Photos sent to the show depict the tools used and the concrete mix.

It was alleged that the crowd "vandalized the building and tormented police," while still "others brought quick dry cement to seal police officers inside the building."

The would-be cop killers who were positioned at the 12th street entrance "reportedly mixed what is suspected to be cement mix and water in a bucket with a wooden stick before applying it to the door."

Photos from the scene show that the electronic key card reader was destroyed so that no one could come to the aid of the officers trapped inside.

"On the East Pine Street side of the East Precinct, the criminals started a fire. The intent appeared to be to burn the building with the officers inside," Rantz reported.

It is only because the group appears to have been unsuccessful in concocting their quick-dry cement, presumably mixing in too much water to give substance to the mixture, that "the officers inside had to kick the door open to exit the building and disperse the rioters."

Rioters have tormented the Seattle Police Department (SPD) since late May, approximately 10 weeks into the lockdown, when George Floyd was killed in May. They have attacked SPD with fireworks, bottles, bricks, even improvised explosive devices, all while claiming to be "peaceful protesters."

The East Precinct was abandoned after SPD received threats of the building being burned down during the nightly protests in June which led to the formation of the an occupied zone of protestors, agitators, and activists, taking over a six-block area in the Capital Hill area of downtown Seattle, called CHOP. In July, SPD finally retook the precinct.

Earlier this month for several consecutive days, agitators dumped garbage in front of the Southwest Precinct. According to Mark Solomon, a community safety officer at the precinct "...individuals in at least four vehicles came to the precinct, partially blocking vehicular traffic, completely blocking the bike lanes, and blocking the vehicle gate to the Precinct lot, preventing our police vehicles from exiting to respond to emergency calls, and dumped several cubic yards of bagged trash, at least one of the organizers saying, 'All cops are trash.'"

"While there was no trash dropped off on Wednesday the 5th," Solomon said, "a group of about 50 people did come to the Precinct, made statements and left approximately 200 very pointed Post It notes and placards at the entryway with various anti-police messages."

According to SPD and private security sources, rioters have shown up at officers' homes to scout, accost and even assault them, as many officers have been doxxed.


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