How It's Done: Lancaster, PA Police Shut Down Violent Rioters With 'Proactive Policing'

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Black Lives Matter protesters march past the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse on Friday, July 31, 2020, in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)



As we previously reported, there was an officer-involved shooting death in Lancaster, Pennsylvania Sunday that occurred after a knife-wielding 27-year-old Ricardo Munoz charged at a Lancaster city police officer, according to bodycam footage.

Violent rioters took to the streets not long after word spread on social media of the deadly encounter. Fires were started, bricks were thrown at a local police station, and fireworks were randomly set off.

As has often been the case in Democrat-run cities like Portland and Seattle, police responded accordingly with rubber bullets and tear gas, forcefully pushing rioters back. 8 agitators were arrested in the overnight hours between Sunday night and Monday morning.

Monday night, however, was a much different story according to local reports and others on the scene, and that was largely thanks to a combination of “proactive policing” from law enforcement and actions from local officials that effectively deterred another night of violence before it could even get started:



This, my dear readers, is how it’s done. Y’all paying attention, Portland?

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