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News :: Organizing
Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Boston defeats NY 10-3 in the 7th game.
12:38 Department of public works vehicle smashed. Pigs send in "Tactical Squad" to contain crowd.

12:40 At least one canister of tear gas reported near Kenmore Square. People hanging onlutility poles, walking on cars, dismantling street lights, but realtively calm overall.

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Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
12:46 Dismantled stop light being used for game of tetherball near Kenmore. Crowd attempting to dismantle the other stop lights.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
12:50 Confirmation on tear gas, but corrected location: Lansdown Street. Crowd at Kenmore now attempting to topple an ornamental tree.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Why the fuck are they attacking a tree?
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
12:54 Crowd at 5000+ in Kenmore area and reportedly still growing.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
12:56 Limb has been broken from the tree in Kenmore.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:03 Reports that McDonalds has (Finally!) been attacked. Reportedly burning.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:06 Riot cops moving in around McDonalds. Attacking random bystanders with sticks.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:17 Person reportedly has fallen from Gate B of Fenway Park. Not sure of injuries as yet.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:20 Cops pushing crowd down Landsdown Street away from Fenway Park. Crowd attempting to help fallen person, cops attacking random bystanders.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:24 Sovereign Bank targeted by crowd in Kenmore area.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Yes! Finally a sports riot in Boston that does some good and smashes some corporate shit! Now if we could just get them to leave the trees alone.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
hell yes!
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:36 Cops slowly pushing crowd out of Kenmore. Crowd destroying the street furniture advertising panels around the Citizens bank near Fenway.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:43 Crowd on Lansdown Street turning over cars.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:44 Fox News airs confirmation video of massive police brutality against random bystanders. Riot cops attacking people with clubs, aiming for the head, shooting teargas canisters at head level into the crowd.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
I was watching that Faux News video. The pigs are doing everything they claim they are taught not to do hitting people in the head with their sticks, aiming the projectiles at the heads of people at close range, attacking random by-standers for no reason. These fuckers are just begging for a lawsuit.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:50 At least 3 people hospitalized, at least one of those injured by cops.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:54 Reports of crowd dispersing on Commonwealth, but Lansdown still active with members of the crowd turning over vehicles, especially top-heavy SUVs.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
1:56 Spokeperson for the police claims zero arrests thus far.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Thanks for providing this update--I was wsatching some of the Fox News reporting, but then my TV blew out. They were using terms like "destructive" to describe such things as climbing up utility poles. If there's police brutality, that's awful.

But let's not romanticize the folks out there--I strongly doubt that the Sovereign Bank sign was smashed out of anti-coroporate sentiment. And even if it was, no message gets out to those who read the news tomorrow besides "Sox Fans Smash Shit." Sports riots are NOT radical actions.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
First off, it's pretty damned humorous that you have the audacity to act as judge for any action being "NOT radical" given your near-constant advocation of the most bland Liberal sign-holding "actions" imaginable. I mean, fuck, you even go so far as to denounce groups who go to these sign-holding Liberal love-ins and chant slogans that are deemed (by you) to be too militant!

If chanting is too militant for you, then frankly I don't give a flying fuck what you consider to be "radical". In short, Matt, Liberals should not crticize anyone else for not being "radical" enough.

And, obviously you can't learn about crowd dynamics without actually observing them, now can you. Most of these people - as demonstrated by the tree incident - are drunken morons but the lessons to be learned from observing both the crowd and the police methods of controlling the crowds are very important for understanding our own crowd behavior at protests. In short, Matt, stop being such a dumbass, self-righteous Liberal and see if you can't actually learn something.

Furthermore, the fucking headlines are ALWAYS going to say the same things, even if the events are completely political protests with press releases explaining exactly why some corporate property was chosen as a target. If you're looking for good headlines, you're shit out of luck. We ain't gonna get them and your hoeplessly naive if you think we are. And - in addition to evidently completely understanding what the "direct" in "direct action" means! - if you are going to plan your actions based upon whether or not you get good ehadlines, you're not only hopelessly naive, but you're also going to never do anything at all.

So, Matt, while these people were engaging in their "NOT radical" celebrations tonight and were doing an excellent job of keeping every damned cop in the city busy, what were you doing that was "radical" to take advantage of the lack of cops? Did you target some corporate property for direct action and send out a nice press release explaining the political motivations for it, perhaps? You obviously weren't interested in learning about the social psyhcological aspects of the crowd behavior, so what exactly did you do to take advantage of this "NOT radical" event that sucked all of the cops into one small section of town? I mean, of course, OTHER than sitting there writing flamebait emails to this thread passing judgement on others who aren't up to your "radical" standards and pissing on the efforts of those folks who took this opportunity to actually learn something ...
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Actually the sovereign bank sign smashing was provoked by good minded folks. Also, i noted a tagging nearby of "Fuck FLeet Bank, corporate whores!!!" in sharpie on the fleet bank window. NICE JOB SOX FANS!!!!
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
someone tagged "Fuck Hotelcommonwealth" on the side of the hotel too.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
i like that even people who aren't politically active know instinctively that the cops aren't their friends, that mcdonalds should get trashed, and that bank signs should get torn the fuck up. maybe we're not as far from a revolutionary consciousness as we think we are
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
5:00 New englandites rejoice; feeling of inferiority to world's greatest city slightly and temporarily alleviated

5:15 Yankees sign carlos beltran and pedro martinez; win the 2005 world series
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Wow, LiveFeed. Interesting that in the same post, you call the revelers last night "drunken morons" and excoriate me for criticizing them. That's first off.

Then there are the references to "what I think." How would you know what I think or who I am? When have I criticized liberals for chanting? There are a lot of Matts in Boston--that's how first names work, you see. Different people can have the same one.

Then there's your defenseiveness--also very interesting. I thanked you for providing the update, since police bullshit was obviously going on and as I said, Fox News was apologizing for it. I also said not to romanticize it. So how am I pissing on your efforts to actually learn something from it?

And let's be honest--were we really learning much from your one-sentence updates? It was a LiveFeed, as your name suggests, barely a detailed description, let alone something trying to get at the lessons from the night.

Can you perhaps learn something from it about police response? Maybe, though lessons from police responses to sports riots aren't especially applicable to political scenarios (which I'm sure you'll agree tend to have far smaller thresholds to provoke police action).

But my overall point was, as I said, not to romanticize what happened. Collective action can be reactionary. We're living in a city where in the mid-seventies, a lot of people knew that cops were not their friends and openly challenged them in the streets. They did so by throwing rocks at school buses filled with kids of color and other acts of racist terror. The actions last night weren't reactionary like this, but neither were they advancing much political agenda. To look at them and speculate that the revolution isn't far off is to delude yourself.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
The updates of "livefeed" appear to be a bit presumptive regarding police misconduct and references to a "riot" . I too had watched and Recorded Fox's broadcast and I saw a lot of celebratory folks and a few one percenters trashing various business properties and some fights. The fox broadcast shows no police brutality or police shooting tear gas at head level. I wonder where your information has come from.
I particularly loved it when the police rushed the group at the sovereign bank sign the crowd ran like gutless cowards. I have more respect for the people who do commit acts with a specific message and stand up to the cops taking the consequences for their protest
I did see the police video taping the police action by several officers.

This was not a Riot at all. some misfits used a great occasion for there own destructive Albeit maybe drunk purposes.
The group mentality as I assessed it by the video couldn't even be considered a disorderly crowd as there was no obvious leadership or common motivation except the celebration of the Sox over the Yankees. The crowd was controlled with a few injuries resulting from unknown sources.
I can say that many video recordings were taken along the several streets involved and are even now being extracted for pictures of offenders and sent to the local university police departments and RMV for comparision against the ID database. As the universities advised students prior to the ALCS, suspensions and possible criminal charges will be sought.

BOB gorman
RETired Cop
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
"And let's be honest--were we really learning much from your one-sentence updates?"

Um, let's not be ungrateful. S/he was giving us a much better (though not confirmed) breaking news wire than we saw, for example, on the "RazorWire" during the DNC. I for one appreciated it; it was a lot better than just looking at the helicopters over downtown wondering what the fuck was happening there.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
I agree, mj, which is why I said thanks in my first message. I came to Indymedia to see if I could find better info on what was happening. But after reading LiveFeed's hostile reaction about how I should see if I could learn something, I felt compelled to point out that he/she hadn't provided a detailed analysis either.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
From somehow who witnessed it live, LiveFeed's coverage was accurate. If you're going to sit at home and passively watch the tube, at least don't complain when others decided to go out and report on news when it contradicts what you're spoon fed on TV.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
smashing banks and fighting cops is radical. PERIOD!
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
I started this thread, but far more important than whether the events last night should be celebrated is that the police violence must be protested. Boston.com is reporting that an Emerson student has died after being struck by a "bean-bag" bullet. This is an outrage.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Uhm ... well, Matt, I would have thought this went without saying but you have proven me wrong, so here it is in black and white for the hard of thinking:

The on-the-streets reports were coming from people that were ... tada! ... on the streets. Imagine that!

For the past few years, in fact, every time there has been a sports riot (or any other kind) in town, we have been observing the crowd and police from the street level. In this way, we have learned more about the BPD's methods of crowd control in a half-dozen outings than we did from years of being inside the crowd being controlled.

This particular time, we decided that we should have someone acting as a communication relay point for observers and - since that person had to be immobile, we figured we might as well do some well, duh, you know, actual reporting for Indymedia while we were doing our own thing.

You know Indymedia, right? That thing we do wherein we're supposed to "be the media" and so forth? Yeah, well, we did that and I'm glad we did that. If you aren't interested in reading it because you think it's not interesting or you (incorrectly) think we're "romaticizing" the study of crowd dynamics, then, simply put, don't fucking read it and don't throw flamebait onto the fucking thread.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
the other side of the situation is that the people who were in the streets creating a ruckus were predominantly white college kids and the people who were tipping over cars or pulling branches off of fake trees were predominantly white male college kids. and why were they doing this? because what it takes for people to take to the streets is for when a corporatly sponsored organized sports team in your divided area defeats another corporatly sponsored sports team in another divided area.
i am sure what they were doing could be considered radical. i dont know why there is all this dispute of what is radical or not. tipping over a car is radical but the underlying motivations for tipping that car were not praticularly radical or political by any means. in fact they were tipping over that car in celebration. is this how we celbrate? we smash things? i would have rather been dancing in the streets playing music with all these people then watch them tear down a poster then cower and run when police walk by. and why werent there any arrests? cause the cops didnt want to make kids late to class in the morning? i feel there is a lto of privlege being thrown around last nite and if it were in a political context or had a underlying radical theme then people would have been arrested.
i jsut dont want to build a false sense of comraderie with people i find revolting and who probably find me revolting...
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Well, we can argue about this all we want, but the news just came out that the cops murdered a woman last night. They hit her in the head with a "less than lethal" beanbag projectile. Her name was Victoria Snelgrove.

Now shut the fuck up everyone.

http://www.boston.com/dailynews/295/region/Emerson_College_student_dies_
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
I dont think the cops should be blamed for this one. Its us that let the cops get these "non lethal" weapons. There were city councilors trying to get these weapons banned in Boston, so I think it is our fault in not trying to push that cause. Using the riot squad against a RIOT is actually justified. These hooligans, not radicals (even after destroying a bank sign), deserved to be arrested because they are breaking the law. Ive been around the past three championship riots for the patriots and sox and its just a bunch of senseless destruction of public and private property. Im sure these people arent thinking that they are saving the environment when they flip the SUVs. Its not a celebration either, all you hear on the streets is "show your tits!" and "lets fuck shit up!" I think the is evidence not that our society is understanding the rebel mentality, but that our society is declining to a bunch of animals in the streets. I think credit needs to be given to LiveFeed for going out and trying to learn something from this and I hope that he/she can share it with us. Also, i think the boston cops showed alot of restraint last night. If this were in New York, the crowd would have been tear gassed and arrested as soon as they blocked the intersections
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
I point you to the 1:44 report by LiveFeed and the comment by Go Sox! right after it:

"1:44 Fox News airs confirmation video of massive police brutality against random bystanders. Riot cops attacking people with clubs, aiming for the head, shooting teargas canisters at head level into the crowd."

"The pigs are doing everything they claim they are taught not to do hitting people in the head with their sticks, aiming the projectiles at the heads of people at close range, attacking random by-standers for no reason."

more on bean bag projectiles:
http://www.zarc.com/english/non-lethal_weapons/bean_bags.html
Fuck you Dan.
21 Oct 2004
Fuck you.
Police Violence
21 Oct 2004
"I dont think the cops should be blamed for this one."

They KILLED A GIRL. At the most because some people were doing damage to corporate property somewhere. So they arbitrarity fired Lead-filled bean bags at people heads, and ended up killing someone.

If you went down to Fenway and started shooting people in the head with these "less-than-lethal" weapons they would lock up forever.

Fuck the pigs.
Yeah, fuck you Dan
21 Oct 2004
i agree with disgusted on this.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Fuck you too
the cops didnt just go down there and start shooting randomly. It was a RIOT, not a peace demonstration, or a march. It was drunk people lighting fires, starting fights, destroying cars that belonged to PEOPLE, not a corporation. If the police didnt get involved there would be alot more deaths to report about. Im not saying that an innocent death is justified, but the cops didnt go in there trying to kill red sox fans, they went there to do what they were ordered to do by the politicians we elect, with the WEAPONS THAT WE ALLOWED THEM TO USE!
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
"These hooligans, not radicals ..."

"Hooligan" was a classist and racist slur aimed at the Irish (and later also native) lumpenproletariat in Victorian England. It has always been a class slur. Smash up bankers' property, you're a hooligan, and well-thinking liberals should condemn you; murder a young woman to defend that property, you're a cop, and no big deal, right?
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
I guess Im a hooligan then, being a poor irish person that smashes up banker's property with a CAUSE. A girl getting killed in a druken riot is a tragedy. Cops killing 80 Bolivian farmers protesting the goverments plan to export their oiland destroy their culture is MURDER. And they are true heroes in dying for their cause, not just some FUCK THE PIG Skateboarding Posers
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Hey, LiveFeed thanks for covering the riots!! Sometimes analysis can be done in the reader's head Matt, whichever Matt you are... In fact, lots of times that is the case. Every individual takes indymedia in their own direction and these folks who think they know what indymedia is "supposed to be" or have ideas of how coverage is supposed to be done are full of crap. Indymedia is in the hands of the public, the only thing we want to edit out is the hateful, disruptive, and advertising crap people put on here because that aint getting anybody anywhere.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
So according to your logic the only people who are ever "murdered" are activists?

whaaa...?
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
"were predominantly white male college kids"

No offense but that's bullshit.. here's what i observed.
The crowd was split about 3 ways, 1/3 local college kids (predominantly white), 1/3 persons of color and the rest old red sox fans. When the cops started to movie all the white college kids ran back to their dorms. As they feld, a large chant of "fuck the police" and "let's fuck shit up" as well as "fuck up mcdonalds" (which was being smashed) and others started to echo through kenmore. People started yelling at eachother not to be afraid of the police and started lighting stuff on fire and throwing it at them, along with tons of glass bottles.
Had most of these folks read "a quest for bread" or could they intelectualize the structures of hierchical domination? Maybe, probably not. But what's more radical, actually fighting back against the state when a baseball celebration turns into a police riot, or sitting at home insulting people who have been murdered by the police on indymedia.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
Look, Dan, if you have some kind of chip on your shoulder about insurrectionists who are "skateboarding posers" (what is this, ninth grade?), so be it. I'm talking to you, I don't skateboard, I'm certainly not an insurrectionist, I don't think sports riots should be over-romanticized, and in fact I will be the first to point out that they often create environments for sexual assault and/or racist attacks.

Nevertheless, it is of immediate concern, to everybody in this city, that our police think that the best way to handle a small-scale urban disturbance is to shoot people in the head at close range with projectile weapons. They have a whole stockpile of these "LESS THAN LETHAL" weapons left over after the DNC.

Your use of the passive tense is alarming. She didn't "get killed." Police killed her. Stop being an elitist who pretends that ideologically advanced activists such as yourself are the only people who have the right to fear police murder and violence.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
i went down there last night and I've never seen the cops in boston so unnecessarily aggresive, compared to any protest I've been to in the city. They were beating and shooting at people at times solely as a tactic for crowd dispersal. The people were certaintly not committing any kind of disturbance as to justify mistakingly being murdered by the BPD.
And while there was definitely a majority of people just out to celebrate sadistically by doing useless things like hurting trees and random cars, yelling stuff like, "yeah Fire!" and other negative lug-headed things, there was a feeling created here in boston that was truly inspirational..

I think that feeling might have gotten thru to some people in the process. I have never felt such enthusiasm and energy in this city of liberal protest. Random people who didnt know each other were running up and hugging each other and slapping five thru moving vehicles and bumping their sound systems. Hell, even I, who watched my first game 3 nights ago, found the positive energy infectious, and ended up almost losing my voice. I have never gotten that at any protest in this city. There was such a feeling of collective joy and commraderee about, that it did make me think about the power of these "normal mainstream" people..
And not just to bring down the system, thru acts of corporate destruction, as fun as that is. I was reminded of the power of collective revolutionary energy, like suddenly all these people just woke up and realized they can do whatever they want and run thru the streets and climb and paint the limbs of the capitalistic landscape. They could dance and scream and maybe felt some power over their own lives in that sort of way for the first time. And being oppressed by the symbol of the state maybe sparked something in them as to the everyday inhibitors of these emotions.
I dont like it when we pin everything on the cops tho either, as they're mostly just poorly trained working class folks and people of color, bought and then given these tools that they can easily lose control over in tense environments.. I hope that they too are seriously reflecting right now, fessing up to acting inapropriately.

And yes, I am excited Indymedia is being used in this situation, even though it's not an inherently political riot.. Let's put it up!
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
for christ's sake! ALL riots are political.

"But what's more radical, actually fighting back against the state when a baseball celebration turns into a police riot, or sitting at home insulting people who have been murdered by the police on indymedia."

totally
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
notice that when the cops got involved, someone died?

Are they really there to protect us or to protect property?

A girl died today, but at least that protected a hummer from being flipped over!!!
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
WE HAVE TO ACT NOW!!!!! Organize, rage, change this shit. If anyone has info about planned protests. please post.
Re: Riot Coverage
21 Oct 2004
I defenitly agree with you maus. And yes, both as members of a radical community, but more importantly the Boston community we should try to organize something, or at least not let her brutal murder be forgotten.
Re: Riot Coverage
22 Oct 2004
Seeing that I am grossly outnumbered, I wont argue anymore after this. But I just ask that you put it into perspective and place the blame on the right people. Its not the cops themselves that are to blame. Its a case of stupidity on both sides. They were totally justified in breaking up the riot after a previous riot no where near this scale left another student dead. Dont paint this as a picture of innocent, celebrating fans being brutally attacked by the cops..because it wasnt. And dont associate this with the type of police brutality similar to Rodney King and Amadou Diallo. If you are really against police and state oppression, then stand up when innocent men and women are unjustly arrested or murdered in the poorest neighborhoods, and you never hear an apology from the police or any outrage from the "radical" community. Put this in perspective people, it was a fuck up. If you are going to celebrate, CELEBRATE! dont destroy your city! It is sad that our "radical" community here in Boston only awakens when its related to the Red Sox and a middle class white girl
You need help, Dan.
22 Oct 2004
It is 100% the fault of the cops. They decided to shoot at people. There are other solutions to disturbances. Shooting is a new and unjustified non solution.

Do you think we she ignore this lethal use of "non-lethal" weapons, weapons that are intended for us, just because the victim was a young, white middle-class American? Is her life somehow worth less to you?
Re: Riot Coverage
22 Oct 2004
I don't think the mcdonalds and the bank they destroyed is part of "their city"
I need help from you
22 Oct 2004
No, the life of a middle class white girl doesnt mean less to me, but, as can be seen by news coverage and the responses on indymedia, her life means more than an innocent minority gunned down for looking suspicious. The City and the Police Department took the blame for this and apologized......isnt that what we want from our government? They made a huge fuck up and the took the blame. FUCK THE PIGS FUCK THE PIGS FUCK THE PIGS is going to get us nowhere! Everyone knew these weapons could kill, so why wasnt there an outcry like this before a tragedy happened? Its YOUR fault for sitting back and waiting for this to happen before you start to cry foul. You are telling me that I need help when you idiots sit on your ass and complain complain complain when you could be pro-active and actually force change. So the cops have their weapons (you knew this), and now you are complaining again because they used those weapons in a violent riot that needed to be broken up. If you want to have a voice, dont flip an innocent persons car, flip a cop car. dont tear down trees and light poles, plant trees and improve our city. and yes, destroy the banks and mcdonalds!
Buh, bye, Dan.
22 Oct 2004
You're not one of us. Return to your owners. The chief is calling.
Re: Riot Coverage
22 Oct 2004
to that fool Dan who keeps talking about the "middle class white girl" killed by the pigs check out this story from the Boston Globe: http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2004/10/22/postg

It describes her dad as a bus driver which at least where I'm from would make her background pretty solidly working-class.
Re: Riot Coverage
22 Oct 2004
Of course Im not an anarchist....i shower. Why dont you have more "massive decentralized actions" to protest this like you did the DNC. The only thing massive about it was its failure and the stench of the crowd.
Re: Riot Coverage
22 Oct 2004
A bus driver from Brockton who also said "This should not happen to any American citizen going to any type of game.", so if we are being nit-picky about middle class/working class, then maybe her father was implying that it is ok for the Dominican fans to be killed? Come with a real arguement Pete and try getting your news from somewhere besides Boston.com
Re: Riot Coverage
22 Oct 2004
Shit there's now two people posting under my name...
Go Away, Mr. Hunter.
22 Oct 2004
Um, Dan, please go back to the rock you crawled out from under.
Re: Riot Coverage
22 Oct 2004
Come on Mr Anarchist, add something original to the conversation, or does anarchy prohibit thinking too?
Uh, Dan Hunter, how are things at AlphaTech?
22 Oct 2004
Does the department of defense know you are using their Internet service to post on IndyMedia?

http://www.alphatech.com
Re: Riot Coverage
22 Oct 2004
"being a poor irish person that smashes up banker's property with a CAUSE"

Aw, don't be so hard on "Dan". He's just doing continuous analysis and discovery from relational evidence. Er... I mean trolling. National fucking pasttime these days.
Re: Riot Coverage
23 Oct 2004
I wish i worked at Alpha Tech, looks like a good job
Re: Riot Coverage
26 Oct 2004
BOSTON POLICE
THERE GUNS SHOULD BE TAKEN AWAY FROM THEM.