L.A. Police Commission threatens to arrest public meeting attendees who disagree with them

The L.A. Police Commission meeting came to an abrupt end during public comments. Matthew Johnson, the commission’s president, had been sparring with several activists who had been interrupting other speakers. His frustration boiled over.

Johnson said the meeting would not continue until people who disagreed with the Commission left. When they refused police declared the meeting an “unlawful assembly,” and threatened the dozen or so activists in the room with arrest. The group eventually dispersed, and no arrests were made.

Enjoy your Police State.

Source: LA Times


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