BLM Mob Traps 100 Customers Inside Grocery Store: ‘We’re Shutting S*** Down!’ (VIDEO)

Black Lives Matter protesters mobilized in Rochester, New York, attacked a Wegmans grocery store, and trapped an estimated 100 customers inside.

The protests were triggered by the death of Daniel Prude, a black man who died after a viral encounter with the Rochester Police Department. Democrat New York Attorney General announced last month that a grand jury will not seek charges against officers involved in the incident.

According to local news reporter Michael Schwartz, the cadre of BLM supporters yelled, “We have a long walk today, we’re shutting s*** down!”

About 200 protesters then marched all the way to the Wegmans grocery store on East Avenue. Once there, the mob trapped about 100 customers inside.

Schwartz reported, “The group has set up here at East Ave. Wegmans. Cars following have carried these supplies. Last time I saw a tent setup was at Occupy City Hall. Shoppers cannot leave.”

“Hundreds of people trapped in the East Avenue #ROC Wegmans by this mob,” Rochester journalist and radio host Bob Lonsberry said. “The Rochester Police Department is just watching and letting it happen. I guess fire codes and trespassing aren’t things in Rochester anymore. What an embarrassing day for the city and the PD.”

Democrat & Chronicle reporter Justin Murphy tweeted, “There are a bunch of shoppers inside Wegmans who aren’t being allowed to leave.”

The Daily Wire reported, police reports showed that Prude was restrained by officers while waiting for the ambulance that the cops summoned. Video evidence showed that Prude threatened officers by saying, “Give me your gun, I need it.”

As reported by Forbes, Prude “had been taken to the local hospital for suicidal thoughts about eight hours before his encounter with police on March 22.”


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