64 Percent of College Students Say Rioting and Looting Are ‘Justified’
More rioting and looting broke out in American cities this week. This time, it was Philadelphia consumed by violence after a police shooting.
According to ABC News, at least 30 police officers have been injured in the violent unrest, while dozens of people have been arrested for rioting or vandalism. Mobs have descended on Walmart and rushed out carrying TVs, while other agitators ransacked Footlocker for new sneakers. The full number of businesses ravaged by the destruction is increasing and still being tallied.
Update: The School District of Philadelphia shut down most of its buildings Tuesday, a day after looting and a fatal police shooting. District headquarters, and buildings that serve as satellite elections offices, will remain open. https://t.co/5JV7EhOomh pic.twitter.com/hQcgj4Mgjb
— NBC10 Philadelphia (@NBCPhiladelphia) October 27, 2020
This latest outbreak simply adds to the thousands of businesses, from Chicago to Minneapolis and beyond, that have been rioted, ransacked, burned down, or looted in the ongoing period of political unrest over police brutality, both real and imagined. All told, the damage from rioting in recent months will exceed any past period of civil unrest i
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