Rochester, N.Y. Suffers Mass Shooting after the Police Chief Was Fired during BLM Riots
Sept. 19, 2020 (EIRNS)—A mass shooting took place at a backyard party Saturday night in Rochester, New York, which has been the scene of nightly chaos, ever since Sept. 2, when an earlier death of a Black man in police custody was made public. Tonight, two persons were killed, a young man and a young woman, and 14 others shot, although none have life-threatening injuries. No one is in custody as yet.
This took place just a few days after the Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren, a Democrat, fired the police chief on Sept. 7, supposedly over his handling of the earlier death.
Videos of BLM thugs terrorizing citizens of Rochester eating lunch in restaurants went viral last week after the chaos erupted. One thug, wearing a sweatshirt reading “Nazi Lives Don’t Matter,” was filmed grabbing people’s food and breaking glasses, screaming at them through a megaphone, overturning tables, etc.
On the mass shooting, the interim police chief Mark Simmons told a press conference that the incident was “truly a tragedy of epic proportions,” saying that he has not seen a crime as serious in his 18 years on the force. “Sixteen victims is unheard of.”