Dallas City Officials Order Business Owner to Take Down Wall Honoring Murdered Police (VIDEO)

On July 7, 2016, crazed Black Lives Matter supporter fired on a group of police officers at a Black Lives Matter march in Dallas, Texas.

Five officers were killed in the mass shooting.
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The deceased officers were veterans and fathers: From top left clockwise, Brent Thompson, Patrick Zamarripa, Michael Krol, Lorne Ahrens and Michael J. Smith.

Dallas city officials are threatening a local business owner to take down her fence she painted to honor murdered police.

The city officials said the wall violates city regulations.


FOX News reported:

A downtown Dallas business owner says city officials are threatening to issue summonses over an 8-foot-tall fence on her property that features a mural honoring five police officers killed in an ambush last year.

The large mural pays tribute to the officers who were killed during an attack on law enforcement at a Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas on July 7, 2016. Flowers, notes and other tokens have been left at the mural regularly since its unveiling four days ago.

Diana Paz, who runs the Last Call Lounge, told Fox News Friday that city officials didn’t want to listen when she tried to them about the mural, which is about a mile away from where the shooting took place.

“They never gave me the chance to tell them what it was that we wanted to do,” Paz said.

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