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Justin Haskins: George Floyd riots — socialists, radicals hijacking peaceful protests to do this

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For millions of people who sympathize with the Black Lives Matter protests, as well as many of those who have participated in one of their recent protests, the movement is a mostly peaceful attempt to change what they believe to be racist policies and actions conducted by police and other government institutions.

However, for numerous leaders within the movement, and many loosely affiliated with it, there is more at stake. The recent protests over the tragic death of George Floyd present an opportunity to advance radical left-wing causes, many of which have little or nothing to do with race issues.

Make no mistake about it: Socialists are trying to hijack the movement to advance black causes so that they can usher in a radical, far-left revolution.

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Consider the chaos in Seattle, where protesters — many of whom are white — have taken over a six-block section of the city, including a police station. The area, which the protesters have designated the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), is completely under their control. No police or other law enforcement agents are permitted within its borders.

In addition to calling for severe funding cuts to Seattle police, CHAZ protests have been oozing with socialist slogans, propaganda and demands.

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On Tuesday evening, Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant, a member of the radical Socialist Alternative organization, openly railed against capitalism in a speech before the protesters. “You can’t have capitalism without racism,” she said, in an apparent quote of Malcolm X. “We need a fundamentally different society if we aim to see a society free of police. That’s why I’m a socialist.”

Sawant also led a protest to City Hall, where she demanded increased taxation of Amazon and other large corporations.

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Sawant isn’t the only socialist trying to use the Black Lives Matter protests to advance collectivism. One of the most influential Black Lives Matter organizations, the Movement for Black Lives (M4BL), promotes several Marxist and even communist policies.

On a section of its website titled “Economic Justice,” the Movement for Black Lives demands “economic justice for all and a reconstruction of the economy to ensure black communities have collective ownership, not merely access.”

M4BL further calls for the creation of a “right to restored land, clean air, clean water and housing and an end to the exploitative privatization of natural resources — including land and water.”

“We seek democratic control over how resources are preserved, used and distributed and do so while honoring and respecting the rights of our Indigenous family,” M4BL also notes.

“Collective ownership” of property and the end of the “privatization of land” are foundations of socialism.

Many in the mainstream media are refusing to tell the truth about these extremists and their role in the incitement of violence in dozens of protests across the country.

And if all that talk of ending “the exploitative privatization of … land” isn’t enough for you, the “About Us” page for the M4BL bluntly states, “We are anti-capitalist: We believe and understand that black people will never achieve liberation under the current global racialized capitalist system.”

Additionally, a variety of news reports have confirmed the presence of individuals affiliated with anarchist groups or violent, far-left organizations like Antifa.

On May 31, 233 protesters were arrested in Richmond, Va., including members of Antifa.

That same day, New York Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller reported that “anarchist” organizers had coordinated attacks on police and property.

“They prepared to commit property damage and directed people who were following them that this should be done selectively and only in wealthier areas or at high-end stores run by corporate entities,” Miller said, adding that the groups also recruited “medics … to deploy in anticipation of violent interactions with police.”

On June 1, 20-year-old Brian Bartels, who faces charges of vandalism and rioting, turned himself in to police in connection with violence in Pittsburgh. Reports say Bartels’ clothing included symbols associated with the far-left Animal Liberation Front, which the FBI has characterized as a “loosely organized extremist movement committed to ending the abuse and exploitation of animals.”

On June 6, KSAT, a Texas-based television station, reported three people associated with Antifa had been arrested for looting an Austin-area Target store.

Of course, many in the mainstream media are refusing to tell the truth about these extremists and their role in the incitement of violence in dozens of protests across the country. Instead, the press spends most of its time pushing the wildly unsubstantiated claim that “far-right” groups are to blame for significant amounts of the looting, violence and destruction. They ignore the overwhelming evidence showing that socialists, communists and other leftists have infiltrated many of the protests to promote the destruction of free markets and property rights.

The idea that the real “far right” — libertarians and others who support limited government policies — are looting high-end clothing stores and taking over whole city blocks is absurd.

Tens of thousands of people have peacefully taken to the streets in recent weeks to try to spark important changes in police practices and to spread awareness about problems facing the black community. Regardless of what you think of their proposals, their voices deserve to be heard and their arguments fairly and carefully considered. We must not allow anarchists, socialists and communists to shape this important conversation, or even to continue to influence it.

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Equality under the law is an admirable goal that all should strive for, but that’s not what socialists and communists seek. They intend to abolish people’s right to own property and want to use government force to seize the property of citizens who they arbitrarily decide have “enough” wealth — without ever determining what “enough” means.

The far left does not want real “justice.” They want to use political power to bludgeon their ideological rivals. All those truly interested in equality should beware.

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Westlake Legal Group seattle-protest-4-Getty-Images Justin Haskins: George Floyd riots — socialists, radicals hijacking peaceful protests to do this Justin Haskins fox-news/us/seattle fox-news/us/minneapolis-st-paul fox-news/us/crime/police-and-law-enforcement fox-news/us/crime fox-news/person/george-floyd fox-news/opinion fox news fnc/opinion fnc article 04e5bd5b-e3a8-50bb-b656-8963fb5d4b49  Westlake Legal Group seattle-protest-4-Getty-Images Justin Haskins: George Floyd riots — socialists, radicals hijacking peaceful protests to do this Justin Haskins fox-news/us/seattle fox-news/us/minneapolis-st-paul fox-news/us/crime/police-and-law-enforcement fox-news/us/crime fox-news/person/george-floyd fox-news/opinion fox news fnc/opinion fnc article 04e5bd5b-e3a8-50bb-b656-8963fb5d4b49

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John Yoo: Seattle unrest – Does Trump have the power to intervene? Should he?

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Unrest in Seattle continues the question of whether President Donald Trump should send U.S. troops into American cities to restore order.

“Take back your city NOW. If you don’t do it, I will,” Trump tweeted last night in response to the latest disturbance, in which protesters stormed city hall to demand the mayor’s resignation and seized six blocks of downtown which they declared a “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone.”

Seattle police apparently have ceded the area, evacuated the police station, and will not return except to respond to a 911 call.

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“This is not a game,” Trump warned  Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and the Seattle mayor. “These ugly Anarchists must be stooped IMMEDIATELY. MOVE FAST.”

The Constitution and congressional acts give Trump the legal power to call up National Guard units or even active-duty forces to stop disturbances that prevent the enforcement of the law.  While Trump has wisely refrained from any widescale deployment of troops, the failure of state or local governments to maintain order may demand federal intervention.

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Protesters have turned out in Seattle and other cities against the May 25 killing of George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police. Minnesota prosecutors have properly charged one police officer, Derek Chauvin, with murder, and three other officers with aiding and abetting.  While the killing calls out for justice and justifies peaceful protest, it does not permit the rioting, violence and looting that befell several of the nation’s largest cities.

Under the Constitution, the primary responsibility for criminal law enforcement lies with the states, not the federal government. Maintaining law and order and protecting public health and safety fall squarely within the “police powers” reserved to the states under the Tenth Amendment. While the federal government plays a significant role in regulating interstate crime and sending money and support to states, the Constitution gives Washington, D.C., no explicit power to handle garden variety crime.

But President Trump has constitutional power when violence rises beyond the resources of state and local authorities.

Having the legal authority does not mean the president should deploy troops. Whether to use that power is a difficult judgment call.

Presidential authority comes in part directly from the Constitution. The president has the constitutional responsibility to “take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.” Large-scale civil disturbances interfere with the execution of federal laws, such as the mails, communications and transportation. The “Republican Form of Government” guarantee clause also requires the federal government to protect the states “against domestic Violence,” at the request of the legislature (or, in extreme circumstances, the governor).

The Constitution also gives Congress significant powers to quell disturbances. Article I, Section 8 authorizes Congress to “provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions.” In the Insurrection Act of 1807, Congress authorized the president to use troops in response to rioting that rises to the level of an “insurrection” that “opposes or obstructs the execution of the laws of the United States or impedes the course of justice under those laws.”

Presidents have long used these authorities in response to large civil disturbances.

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In 1794, George Washington called for the state militias to put down the Whiskey Rebellion. The most famous case was Abraham Lincoln’s deployment of federal forces against the Confederacy at the outbreak of the Civil War. Under the Insurrection Act, Dwight Eisenhower sent the 101st Airborne when Arkansas Gov. Orville Faubus refused to desegregate Little Rock’s public schools. In 1992, President George H.W. Bush sent troops to help restore order in Los Angeles during the Rodney King riots.

Critics have suggested that using the military would violate the Posse Comitatus Act. But that act prohibits the use of the military for law enforcement purposes. It would not apply if the president ordered troops to deploy for the limited role of supporting state and local police to restore order, rather than arresting looters and criminals. The act also allows for exceptions when authorized by other federal laws, such as the Republican Form of Government guarantee clause and the Insurrection Act.

But having the legal authority does not mean the president should deploy troops. Whether to use that power is a difficult judgment call.

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Seattle so far does not seem to have risen to the level of the Rodney King riots or the severe looting and destruction in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Trump should only introduce troops when the violence grows beyond the ability of the states to protect public health and safety. Federal intervention will be difficult, if not impossible, if governors and mayors resist it; their cooperation is critical for U.S. troops to succeed.

The unrest in Seattle raises a more difficult case that arises when cities refuse to respond to civil disorder and leave innocent civilians to their fates at the hands of the violent. In the unfortunate event that city authorities disregard their fundamental responsibility to protect health and safety, the administration may have to reconsider the prudent policy, so far, of refraining from the use of troops in our cities.

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What do the Seattle protesters who have seized their own ‘autonomous zone’ want?

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Seattle protesters currently occupying a six-block “cop free zone” that includes a shuttered precinct are now demanding things like free college and rent control on top of police reform following George Floyd’s death.

A lengthy, 30-point list posted online by demonstrators, titled “the demands of the collective black voices at Free Capitol Hill to the government of Seattle, Washington,” is calling for sweeping changes in the justice system, health and human services, the economy and education.

“We demand that the Seattle Council and the Mayor defund and abolish the Seattle Police Department and the attached Criminal Justice Apparatus,” reads its first point, adding that “existing pensions for Seattle Police” should also be wiped out.

SEATTLE ‘AUTONOMOUS ZONE’ HAS ARMED GUARDS, LOCAL BUSINESSES BEING THREATENED WITH EXTORTION, POLICE SAY

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The portion of downtown Seattle that the protesters are now occupying.

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As of Thursday morning, there is no apparent leader of the group. The downtown space where the protesters are amassing includes numerous restaurants and bars, an apartment building and a police precinct that was closed earlier this week in hopes of easing tensions following days of clashes between locals and cops.

Seattle Assistant Police Chief Deanna Nolette told KOMO News that the department wants to start sending officers back to the precinct, but the lack of organized leadership from the protest group is stalling efforts.

Some of their police-related demands, however, are more specific.

“We demand that between now and the abolition of the SPD that each and every SPD officer turn on their body cameras, and that the body camera video of all Seattle police should be a matter of easily accessible public record,” one point reads.

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The list also asks for a ban on the use of armed force by Seattle officers, which includes “no guns, no batons, no riot shields [and] no chemical weapons, especially against those exercising their First Amendment right as Americans to protest.”

Yet, other demands on the list appear less related to the discussions about police accountability taking place across the country in the wake of Floyd’s death.

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Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best talks with activists near a plywood-covered and closed Seattle police precinct on Tuesday. (AP)

In the list’s economic section, there are calls for “de-gentrification of Seattle, starting with rent control,” “free college for the people of the state of Washington” and the “restoration of city funding for arts and culture to re-establish the once-rich local cultural identity of Seattle.”

Its health section asks medical facilities in the area to “employ black doctors and nurses specifically to help care for black patients.”

The protesters also say Seattle should “disallow the operations of ICE” there, release “any prisoner currently serving time for a marijuana-related offense and expunge the related conviction” and that “prisoners currently serving time be given the full and unrestricted right to vote.”

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The seemingly abandoned East Precinct station of the Seattle Police Department is covered in a tarp declaring it ‘property of the Seattle people’. Protesters declared a Cop Free Zone near where Seattle police boarded up and seemingly abandoned their East Precinct building following days of demonstrations in response to the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.  (Toby Scott/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

On the subject of convictions, the demonstrators also are demanding “a retrial of all People in Color currently serving a prison sentence for violent crime, by a jury of their peers in their community.”

Yet, if that was granted, it’s not clear where the protesters would want those retrials to take place, as in their first point they already called for the “abolition” of the “Seattle Police Department and attached court system.”

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“We demand autonomy be given to the people to create localized anti-crime systems,” declares another point, without elaborating.

It’s not clear how many of the demands — if any — will be met. But local law enforcement and protesters that talked to KOMO News believe there is no current end in sight to the occupation.

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Joe Concha: Why right now is a ‘very scary time for free thought’

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This is a very scary time for free thought in America, The Hill’s media reporter Joe Concha stated Thursday on “Fox & Friends.”

Concha said the recent ousting of two top editors –­ New York Times editorial editor James Bennet and Philadelphia Inquirer executive editor Stan Wischnowski –­ proved the extent to which cancel culture and identity politics can rip through liberal institutions.

“American journalism and democracy will be worse for it,” The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board predicted in a column warning about “cancel culture journalism.”

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“Out in public you have reporters from The New York Times, from The Philadelphia Inquirer actually speaking out on Twitter saying that those editorials were wrong, they put lives in danger in one case — in terms of The New York Times and Tom Cotton’s editorial,” Concha explained.

Bennet was unceremoniously expelled from the hallowed halls –­ or servers –­ of the Times after his own colleagues took to Twitter to push back over the editorial board’s decision to run an op-ed by Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton that called for the use of military force to deal with protests against the death of George Floyd.

Bennet had defended publishing the piece, headlined “Send in the Troops,” issuing a statement that the Opinion section “owes it to our readers to show them counter-arguments, particularly those made by people in a position to set policy.”

But many pushed back at Bennet, saying Cotton’s rhetoric was incendiary and expressing consternation that their newspaper’s own pages had given a platform to a call to dispatch military into the streets, where many protesters and members of the media had already been subjected to aggression and police brutality.

Times staffers said they would refuse to work with Bennet in the future. Bennet also admitted to not reading the piece before it went to print.

“Cotton argues that the military should be used if protests get violent. Is that an extreme argument that doesn’t fit the standards of The New York Times?” Concha asked. “Well, there is an ABC News poll out just on Sunday that [shows] that 52 percent of Americans support using the military in those situations; 47 percent disapprove. Wow, that sounds like a pretty good debate to have when you have that even of an argument on one side or another.”

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Wischnowski was certainly not feeling the “Brotherly Love” either, as his employees staged a “sick and tired walkout” following the front-page headline of “Buildings Matter, Too” — a tone-deaf play on “Black Lives Matter.”

Inquirer journalists pointed the blame at Wischnowski for an in-house culture that led to the bad headline.

“We are not talking about the feelings of bricks or mortars or anything like that,” Concha remarked. “We are actually talking about the fact that people have businesses in those buildings. Blood, sweat, tears put into those businesses, and then they’re destroyed in these situations as a result of violent riots.”

“And, these aren’t white-owned businesses only,” he added. “It’s black-owned businesses, [and] Asian-owned businesses.”

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“It was a worthy editorial to have,” Concha asserted. “And, instead, the editor at that paper –­ 20 years, won a Pulitzer –­ one day he is there, the next day he is eliminated.”

“So, this is a very scary time for free thought right now — if this is the precedent [that is] being set here,” he concluded.

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Newt Gingrich: Democrats must apologize – here’s how they’ve failed America’s cities

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In my new book “Trump and the American Future,” I outline the radicalism of the Democratic Party – especially in the U.S. House of Representatives.

This analysis was driven home when I saw the picture of Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic members of the House and Senate kneeling in symbolic submission to radical left’s anti-police agenda. I was appalled.

My initial reaction was the same as Georgia State Trooper O’Neal Saddler, who as the Washington Examiner reported: “was recorded telling protesters in Hartwell that he only kneels ‘for one person: God.’”

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“I was supposed to be out of town this weekend with my wife. I took off today, this weekend, but I’m out here to make sure y’all are safe. … I have much respect, but I only kneel for one person, and that’s God.”

Trooper Saddler is an African-American, which made his refusal even more striking.

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In the spirit of New Hampshire’s state slogan, “live free or die,” and in recognition of an American tradition of stiff-necked pride and independence, my initial reaction was that the whole Democratic Party exercise was absurd.

But then I was reminded again that the Democrats should apologize – to all of us.

After all, it is Democratic control of cities which has turned many of them into disasters. While the Democrats want to blame President Trump, let’s look at the facts about which party has crippled America’s cities.

Let’s start with Minneapolis, where the New York Post reported that during the officially peaceful and nonviolent protests:

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“At least 220 buildings have been set ablaze since Floyd was killed by police officers on Memorial Day and the city plans to look for outside aid to rebuild after the civil unrest.

“Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey will ask for state and federal funding to help repair the city, though the cost of damage could rise as protests continue through the Twin Cities and across the country.

“’We’re going to need a really big package,’ Frey said during a tour of the wreckage.”

So, having failed to protect their city – and after the media lectured the rest of us that we were not to discuss or even mention violence (note the Philadelphia Inquirer’s editor was pushed out for allowing the headline “Buildings Matter Too”) – we are now being told the rest of us should send the radical leftist Democratic mayor and city council roughly $55 million for the damage they said had not been done by violent anarchists we were told did not exist.

Meanwhile, the radical leftist Democrats on the Minneapolis City Council want to replace the police department. Why should the rest of us pay for their madness?

If you have any doubt about the Democrats’ responsibility for the bad conditions in Minneapolis, consider that the last GOP mayor to serve a full term left office in 1961. So, for 59 years, Democrats have dominated the city they want us to pay for while refusing to reform their institutions that are failing.

Speaker Pelosi has ties to two cities that have been crippled by Democrats.

Her father and brother were mayors in Baltimore. Baltimore’s last Republican mayor left office in 1967. There have been nine Democratic mayors in a row for 53 years. Baltimore now spends $16,000 per student in its school system (the fourth-highest spending city in the country), yet the system is failing to teach. Student proficiency scores are near the bottom of the country.

Pelosi represents San Francisco, a city whose last Republican mayor left office in 1964. For 56 years there has been an uninterrupted stream of 11 Democratic mayors of Pelosi’s hometown. The city has done such a horrible job of dealing with drug addiction and homelessness, it had to start a “poop patrol” to regularly clean human feces off its sidewalks.

Democrats who oppose the police and want to defund them are going to bring about a massive increase in crime. Their local policies have already had horrendous consequences.

The greatest disaster over the weekend was in Chicago. While the police were drawn off watching the protests, much of the city was unguarded. The Chicago Sun-Times reported 18 killings in 24 hours, the most violent day in 60 years.

Chicago provided a real test for defunding the police, and it was devastating for 18 people, their families, their loved ones – and every Chicagoan who wants to live in real peace.

Of course, Chicago has been solidly Democratic in city government since 1931. For 89 years Democrats have owned the mayor’s office. Democrats in Chicago should take a knee and ask for forgiveness from the people they have failed in every aspect of life.

Democrats who oppose the police and want to defund them are going to bring about a massive increase in crime. Their local policies have already had horrendous consequences.

As The Wall Street Journal editorial board documented:

“Take New York City’s new bail law that gives nonviolent offenders a get-out-of-jail-free card. In January a man who stuck up six banks in two weeks was repeatedly released after each arrest. ‘I can’t believe they let me out,’ he told a detective. …

“Even before the recent riots, crime had been surging this year in many of America’s big cities. In Minneapolis, car-jackings were up 45 percent, homicides 60 percent, arson 58 percent and burglaries 28 percent from January through May 30 compared to the same period last year. Violent crime overall was 16 percent higher and property crime 20 percent higher than recent low points in 2018.

“In New York City, shootings had increased 18 percent, burglaries 31 percent and car-jackings 64 percent. There were about 1,279 more burglaries, 1,078 more cars stolen and 57 more shooting victims during the first five months of this year than during the same period last year. Almost all of these were outside of Manhattan’s business district.

“In San Francisco, homicides before the riots this year had increased by 19 percent, burglaries by 23 percent and arson by 39 percent over last. Philadelphia reported a 28 percent increase in commercial burglaries, 51 percent in shootings, 22 percent in auto theft and 28 percent in retail theft from last year.”

It is time for Americans to take back their cities from the failed policies and institutions of the Democratic Party.

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It is also time to win the argument that Democrats who have controlled our cities for 59, 53, 56, and 89 years are a lot more responsible for the terrible conditions in these cities than the first three years of a Trump administration, which created jobs and opportunity for Americans everywhere.

So, the next time you see Democrats take a knee, thank them for apologizing for the disasters they have created.

To read, hear, and watch more of Newt’s commentary, visit Gingrich360.com.

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Off-duty LAPD officer violated policy in shooting of intellectually disabled man, commission says

An off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officer acted in violation of department policy last summer when he shot and killed an intellectually disabled man who hit him at Costco while he was holding his toddler son, The Los Angeles Police Commission found Wednesday.

Officer Salvador Sanchez was shopping with his family at a Costco in Corona, Calif., when Kenneth French, 32, who was mostly non-verbal, came up behind him and assaulted him “without provocation,” the Corona Police Department said, FOX 11 in Los Angeles reported.

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FILE – This undated file photo provided by Louana D’Cunha shows Kenneth French. An off-duty Los Angeles police officer violated departmental policy in 2019 when he shot and killed French, a mentally ill man who had attacked him and his young son from behind in a Southern California Costco, the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners ruled Wednesday, June 10, 2020. (Louana D’Cunha via AP, File)

Sanchez reportedly fell to the floor thinking he had been shot and withdrew his weapon, fatally shooting French and seriously injuring his parents who were behind him.

Sanchez, a seven-year veteran of the LAPD, fired 10 rounds at French. He struck French four times in the back and shoulder, his mother once in the stomach, and his father once in the back, Corona Police Chief George Johnstone said.

French had hit Sanchez with his hand.

The commission voted unanimously Wednesday in favor of Los Angeles Police Chef Michael Moore’s recommendation that Sanchez withdrew his weapon improperly and used deadly force.

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The case is now up to Moore, according to FOX 11. Some in the commission meeting said he should be fired.

Sanchez has been stripped of his police duties and is working from home.

“The decisions and actions of this officer cannot be justified and are inconsistent with the Department’s core values, training and expectations of every member of this organization,” Moore said in a statement while expressing “profound regret” to Sanchez’s family, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Moore’s report said Sanchez should have determined if he had actually been shot before he withdrew his weapon and he should have tried to de-escalate the situation.

Sanchez’s lawyer, David Winslow, said he “had no choice but to use deadly force,” saying he lost consciousness briefly after he was hit and woke up on the ground with his 18-month-old son crying next to him. He said he thought both he and his son had been shot when he was struck in the head and believed French was still threatening his family with a gun.

French’s family said he suffered from schizophrenia and had been taken off his medication due to health issues, which may have caused him to lash out, the family attorney said last year.

Last September, a federal grand jury on declined to bring charges against Sanchez.

“I believe that he believed at that moment that he was shot,” Riverside County District Attorney Michael Hestrin said in a news conference at the time while making the announcement that there would be no charges.

French’s parents filed a lawsuit against the city late last year over Sanchez’s actions. Both have undergone more than one surgery for their injuries sustained in the shooting, their attorney, David Galipo said, according to the Times.

“They’re obviously disappointed there was no criminal prosecution, especially now with what’s going on across the country with other cases they see,” Galipo said. “At least with some, like George Floyd, there is going to be a prosecution. Many families are wondering, ‘Why not in my case?’”

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When the lawsuit was filed, Galipo said if anyone besides a police officer had fired 10 shots inside a Costco, killing someone, “they would’ve been arrested and charged with murder.”

Fox News’ Vandana Rambaran contributed to this report.

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Suspects wanted for taking $550G of loot from high-end NYC camera store

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Police early Thursday released photos of several suspects wanted for stealing from a high-end SoHo camera store that lost over a half a million dollars from looting.

The Leica Store SoHo was ransacked on May 31 — the first of two nights of widespread looting of luxury stores in the Lower Manhattan neighborhood.

A man dressed in all black was the first suspect to target the store, breaking its front door with an unknown object, police said.

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Police early Thursday released photos of several suspects wanted for stealing from a high-end SoHo camera store that lost over a half a million dollars from looting. (NYPD)

Once inside, he took camera equipment and fled on the bike, cops said.

Moments later, a group of roughly 25 looters then stormed the store, swiping camera equipment, computers, and checks worth about $550,000, police said.

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SoHo and other parts of Manhattan were devastated by looting that took place as demonstrators marched the streets in protest over the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis.

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Suspect identified in ‘ambush’ shooting at California police station that left deputy wounded, civilian dead

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Police and sheriff’s deputies in Central California are searching for a man they say shot a deputy in the head early Wednesday and killed another man in what investigators described as an “ambush” attack on a police station.

The San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Office said Mason James Lira, 26, opened fire at the Paso Robles Police Department before 4 a.m. Wednesday, shooting a responding deputy in the head.

The deputy’s partner dragged him to safety and returned fire, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson said.

The bullet remained lodged in the deputy’s head and he’s in serious condition at the hospital, Parkinson said.

“We feel that this was an ambush, that he planned it, that he intended for officers to come out of the police department and to assault them,” he said.

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The sheriff’s department said Lira also killed a man who was found shot to death near railroad tracks a few blocks from the police station.

The sheriff’s office said in a press release it conducted a widespread search through downtown Paso Robles but Lira remains at large.

Around 11 p.m. police were seen barricading areas of downtown Paso Robles near Spring Street while searching with helicopters, according to a FOX 11 San Luis Obispo reporter.

Lira, described as a transient from Monterey, should be considered armed and dangerous, the department said.

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In a press conference Wednesday Parkinson said the “unprovoked attack on law enforcement” by a suspect “laying in ambush” at the station was an “act of a coward.”

Paso Robles is a small city along California’s central coast, about 175 miles northwest of Los Angeles.

Fox News’ Bradford Betz contributed to this report.

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Matt Gaetz says Antifa has ‘designated Seattle their capital’ of ‘new Woketopia’

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House Judiciary Committee member Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., told “Hannity” Wednesday that “Antifa has now designated Seattle their capital” after a group of protesters reportedly declared a six-block neighborhood around an apparently abandoned police buiding to be a “Cop Free Zone.”

Gaetz went on to say that calls from the left to “defund the police” are part of a dangerous pattern of activity that seeks to undermine civil society.

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“Defund the police, abolish ICE, disarm Americans and then surrender our cities to the Antifa mob — if this is the rulebook for the new Woketopia, count me out!” he said, adding that the presence of a so-called “Cop Free Zone” is “going to be bad for the citizens there.”

Gaetz, who took part in the Judiciary Committee’s landmark hearing on police brutality and racial profiling earlier Wednesday, told host Sean Hannity that “what we need to do is focus on supporting the good police, isolating and removing the bad police.

“And I am hopeful, Sean, that we can actually work across party lines on this,” the lawmaker added. “This shoudn’t be a partisan issue, we should work on it together.”

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Gaetz also responded to a report that Los Angeles teachers are demanding the disbandment of the school district police department, saying that his home state of Florida has taken the opposite tact to positive results.

He said that following the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., state lawmakers worked to increase the number of school resource officers and boost their positive engagement with students.

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Laura Ingraham accuses far left of waging ‘relentless propaganda war’ on American values, history

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Laura Ingraham opened the “Ingraham Angle” Wednesday night by discussing how liberals and progressives gradually “purged” centrists and conservatives from the fields of academia, media and entertainment over the past four decades.

“Dissent was not tolerated and the punishment for deviating from the sentiment du jour grew harsher over time,” she said.

“Even liberals aren’t immune: Who can forget when comedian Kevin Hart lost his Oscars gig a few years back or how colleges have routinely reacted to conservative speakers on campus?”

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In Ingraham’s telling, refugees from those fields found professional homes in business or the law. Some of them even joined Republican administrations, describing themselves as “fiscally conservative but socially liberal” to save face socially.

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However, Ingraham warned her audience,”as we have been reminded over these last 14 days or so, the culture is where the battle will be won or lost.

“When you see 20-somethings carrying signs that spell America with the KKK, yelling in the faces of police officers or National Guardsmen, remember they learn this behavior from either their radical parents for their Progressive teachers, or maybe activist celebrities.

“What we are witnessing is a relentless propaganda war against the old teachings about America,” she said. “It’s an effort to smear our history and our patriotic spirit.”

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