Witnesses Say Thugs On The Loose In NYC…Arrived In Chauffeured Cars? You Won’t Believe This
(Tea Party 247) – From the first day of the chaotic riots which have broken out in response to the death of George Floyd, questions have arisen as to who has been behind the seemingly well-organized vandalism and crime.
Several photos and videos have been shared online of mysterious piles of bricks appearing in major US cities near protest sites and conspicuously not near construction sites.
What is going on?
Here are some of the examples:
Once again ANTIFA finds a “random” pallet of bricks…
Where did these come from?
— Essential Fleccas (@fleccas) June 1, 2020
Where did the bricks come from ?pic.twitter.com/TlzRPL3L4J
— Big Boi (@BigBoi) May 30, 2020
FBI and Government officials need to look into this. Who is being paid to deliver pallets of bricks to cities and strategically place them where riots are happening? https://t.co/Gs01TfYveo
— Diamond and Silk® (@DiamondandSilk) May 31, 2020
Looks like a set up to me… There’s ALWAYS more than meets the eye.. https://t.co/IPSRGJMwuU
— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) May 31, 2020
We have learned of & discovered stashes of bricks and rocks in & around the Plaza and Westport to be used during a riot. If you see anything like this, you can text 911 and let us know so we can remove them. This keeps everyone safe and allows your voice to continue to be heard.
— kcpolice (@kcpolice) May 31, 2020
Meanwhile, as Zero Hedge reports, eyewitnesses to the looting and riots in New York City claim that the agitators have been showing up in chauffeured cars and using power tools to aid in their small-scale war on America’s businesses.
Mayor de Blasio and several high-ranking NYPD officials have already spoken out about the organized gangs of criminals who appear to be responsible for most of the looting in NYC. Now, a group of cops investigating the highly-coordinated crimes are telling local TV stations that they have evidence many of the looters were chauffeured to the “jobs” and brought large arsenals of power tools to help them break in.
Witnesses who spoke to these officers claimed they saw looters who showed up in separate vehicles work together in large groups to facilitate the looting that broke out in retail areas in Soho, Fifth Ave. and elsewhere.
ABC 6 reported of the account that Carla Murphy, who lives in Chelsea, gave to police:
Murphy, in an interview Tuesday, said she started hearing commotion from mobs of people along her street and neighboring streets about 10:30 p.m. Monday night. She first watched from her building and then went down to the street and saw organized groups of people working together to break in to store after store in the West Side neighborhood.
“Cars would drive up, let off the looters, unload power tools and suitcases and then the cars would drive away,” she said. “Then the cars would come back pick them up and then drive off to the next spot. They seemed to know exactly where they were going. Some of the people were local, but there were a lot of out-of-towners.”
Murphy said she saw license plates from New Jersey and Pennsylvania and drivers had not even tried to hide their tags.
Murphy first called 911 and was unable to get through, so she then visited the 10th Precinct in Manhattan, where she says she was brushed off by dispatchers. It wasn’t until hours later that police arrived on the scene.
Zero Hedge explains:
But then again, as Murphy said, many of the looters didn’t even bother to hide their tags. Unless they used exclusively stolen tags and managed to make it all the way into the city without being stopped, detectives will likely be rounding up many of those responsible for the looting and the mass property theft, using evidence captured by the hundreds of thousands of cameras recording movements in the city. NYPD detectives are trying to collect evidence from as many looted stores “as possible”.
Police suspect many of the lootings involved a combination of anarchist agitators as well as gang members and other career criminals.
Officers who spoke with ABC 6 said the crews who “worked” the lootings clearly had a sophisticated communications system relying on text messages, messaging apps and lookouts.