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Let's show our support to this fella! I believe $100 will not kill your budget.
Fundraiser for the driver that tells a little more about him: https://justicefornikofernandez.com/
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Check out this fantastic stitched-together video of the latest incident in Seattle, when driver was attacked by Antifa/BLM mobs, than he had to defend himself with legally carried Glock. Now he is facing charges.

From the official Seattle Police report
  • "Fernandez was driving around the area of the protest/demonstration and came onto 11th Ave. He thought he could get through so he continued driving but encountered a crowd that was yelling at him. They started kicking his car and people were trying to grab him through his open driver's side door window. He said the person he shot was grabbing him through the window and was grabbing his steering wheel."
  • "Officer Keating asked Fernandez why he shot the man and he said he was getting barricaded by everybody and he was fearing for his life. He said he exited the car with his gun in his hand yelling at people to get back away from him. He said he ran through the crowd and encountered the police line, and immediately surrendered to police."
  • "Fernandez repeatedly asserted that he was in fear for his life, and he had no way to escape, and he was going to be seriously harmed if he did not take the action he did."
  • According to the police report, the protester said that before he was shot, he grabbed and hung onto the steering wheel and punched Niko in the face.
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The other side reports.

Josh Stirn
Jun 8, 2020

The younger brother of former Maryland basketball player Dino Gregory Jr. was taken to the hospital in stable condition after reportedly being shot in a heroic attempt to save the lives of countless protestors that gathered near a Seattle police station Sunday night.

The 27-year-old Daniel Gregory ran after and stopped a car from driving into the crowd of demonstrators, Dino Gregory Jr. wrote on Instagram. He was seen on video captured by Seattle journalist Alex Garland reaching into the car and punching the unnamed man before being shot in the arm. Afterward, the man got out of the car with the gun in hand, causing hundreds of protectors to flee for safety. CBS affiliate KIRO-TV reported that the man driving the car was taken into police custody. Police said they recovered the gun and don't believe there were any other victims.

“I heard the gunshot go off in my arm,” Daniel Gregory said, via Garland. “The whole thing was to protect the people down there.”

Gregory was treated by street medics at the scene and walked away under his own power.

“My brother the hero,” Dino Gregory Jr. wrote. “A crazy dude tried to run into a HUGE group of protesters Dan ran after the car and made him stop and got shot in the process. He is fine he has surgery in the morning but he saves 100s of lives.”

There’s been ongoing protests across the country since George Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis police two weeks ago. Dino Gregory Sr., the father of the Gregory brothers, was a longtime member of the Baltimore City police force. Dino Gregory Jr., meanwhile, recently became a police support specialist with the Bellevue Police Department in Washington, according to his LinkedIn page.

A fundraiser set up for Daniel Gregory to cover his medical bills has raised more than $30,000 as of Monday afternoon.
 

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I wonder if this is the same area that was turned over to the anarchists ?
Demonstrators briefly took over City Hall, calling for the defunding of police and the resignation of Durkan. The protesters have established the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood after police left the area, giving the demonstrators free reign in the area.

 
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