#BlackLivesMatter Attacks Baltimore City Hall… Beg For Mercy When Police Do This
A group of Black Lives Matter protesters demonstrated how not to get something done when they attempted to disrupt Baltimore’s City Hall Wednesday.
The small group of activists were protesting the council subcommittee’s vote to make interim Police Commissioner Kevin Davis permanent, according to KXAN. They claimed they were not given an opportunity to provide their input and had several other demands that included “better” policing.
They got to experience first hand what better policing looked like as officers surrounded the building and cut off power to the balcony from which the activists were protesting.
The police also refused to let a pizza — apparently ordered by someone in the group — be delivered.
Apparently, going for just a few hours without food, water or a restroom was too much for the protesters, who were seen being led out of City Hall in plastic handcuffs early Thursday morning.