St. Lois BLM Protestors Bombarded Mayor’s Home, Broke Her Windows


Wow! It’s no secret that protestors were angry and violent in St. Lois after police Officer Jason Stockley was acquitted of a murder charge.

Not long after finding out that Stokley was declared innocent, the tugs began rioting in the streets. The St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson took sides against the officer, further inciting the violence.

However, the protestors attacked her home as well. She suggested that justice wasn’t served, and then had to deal with broken windows. Karma much?

100 Percent Fed Up reports:

 

Mayor Lyda Krewson released a statement following the verdict saying, “I am appalled at what happened to Anthony Lamar Smith.”

“I am sobered by this outcome. Frustration, anger, hurt, pain, hope and love all intermingled. I encourage St. Louisans to show each other compassion, to recognize that we all have different experiences and backgrounds and that we all come to this with real feelings and experiences,” she wrote.

Krewson’s comment drew a rebuke from Neil Bruntrager, Stockley’s lawyer.

“How do you promote all those things by creating distrust in a system that clearly worked under these circumstances?” Bruntrager said. “It is irresponsible and a disservice to the community to make statements like that. It’s an insult to Judge Wilson to make statements like that. And it falsely encourages the belief that an injustice was done here when in fact justice was done.” –St. Louis Dispatch

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