There have been six individuals shot by Anaheim city police according to reports in the Orange County Register.
The most recent shootings were over this past weekend, when spontaneous riots began after the shooting.
This is further information which substantiates Gerald Celente's trends research forecast regarding the migration of discontent from the Arab Spring to the US Summer.
With no resolution and no justice in sight, the reality is that these uprisings will continue.
Police say they will not tolerate acts of violence, vandalism.
ANAHEIM – At least 24 people were arrested as a crowd of 1,000 protesters clashed with police, threw bottles and overturned chairs in downtown Anaheim on Tuesday night and early Wednesday. At least six people were injured during the fourth night of unrest after two fatal officer-involved shootings last weekend.
In this particular case, the Anaheim city mayor shows himself to be another typical detached bureaucrat that doesn't really get what is going on. After having a half dozen of "their" boys shot, the thousands descended on city hall and got in the face of the city and police. If it keeps going, you'll be looking at National Guard troops to protect California Adventure and the Magic Kingdom. After all, it's only a mile or so from the theme parks.
People have a bad habit of getting shot in that area and the people living in that area are fed up with the police state.
Published: July 23, 2012 Updated: July 25, 2012 1:25 p.m.
ANAHEIM – With the two weekend incidents, this city's Police Department already has had six officer-involved shootings so far this year.
In comparison, Santa Ana's department has had two officer-involved shootings; no one was struck in either incident. The Orange County Sheriff's Department has had three: One man was killed, another suspect was injured and no one was hit in the third.
Wow...lots of chaos...as in police dog biting a kid and a mom trying to stop the dog and the police shooting the mom.
Nice job Anaheim.
How's those million dollar pensions going?
Anyone want to buy a Anaheim muni bond?
For that matter, does anyone want to buy a Disney bond?
How's things in Celebration, Florida?
Anaheim isn't looking too good.
the baNNer on the city website says 2 days left...https://www.anaheim.net/ in my opinion this is not over yet.
Anaheim was founded by German farmers who raised wine grapes and then oranges. It remained a sleepy town until the 1950s, when Walt Disney built what would become the country’s most successful family-oriented theme park, Disneyland. It opened on July 17, 1955, as Disney proclaimed: “To all who come to this happy place...welcome!” [Disneyland's History, JustDisney.com.]