Smashing Officers With Bricks, A Violent Mob Burned Down One Home While Attempting To “Rescue” Girls They Believed Were “Trapped” Inside. The Girls Were Never Even There.
Two teenage girls were reported missing in Milwaukee on Monday, by Tuesday a large crowd of vigilantes had decided they cracked the case. This riotous mob decided that a vast conspiracy was underfoot and that these girls weren’t simply acting like irresponsible teenagers often do, but rather they were the victims of a large human trafficking ring.
More than that, they believed they knew exactly where the girls were being held. There was just one problem…
They got absolutely everything wrong, injured 14 public workers, caused three people to be sent to the hospital with gunshot wounds, burned the house of an individual who wasn’t connected with the disappearance, set fire to his vehicle, and when the damage was done, still considered themselves heroes.
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Naturally, when a hero thinks two people are held hostage in a building, their immediate solution is to randomly shoot at it and then burn it to the ground. That’s how intelligent people rescue someone.
Some major black activists are still praising their campaign of brainless destruction:
Here’s how events unfolded:
They formed a mob and approached a house on the 2100 block of North 40th Street, armed with guns and with intent to gain entry at any cost, they refused to turn away. Officers had already been given a tip about this building and had searched the residence thoroughly multiple times. The girls were not found.
The resident, realizing that their life was in danger, fired upon the unruly horde attempting to dissuade them from continuing with their attack. A brief gunfight broke out. Three people were shot and all are expected to survive.
Officers, aware of the missing girls and alerted to the possibility of vigilante action were notified by the city’s ShotSpotter that gunfire had been identified at that location and once again dispatched units to the scene. When they arrived, they found the mob had begun to set fire to the residence and the owner’s vehicle.
They attempted to disengage the mob from the homeowner and for their trouble they had bricks and concrete thrown at them. Back up was requested and officers worked quickly to provide cover for firefighters to extinguish the flames. One firefighter was injured in the course of this struggle.
All told, ten officers were injured. When they were finally able to subdue the violent rabble, the police left. But the vigilantes were not done.
Shortly thereafter, the fire was reignited by a second wave of the mob. Firefighters were then dispatched to the scene. And three additional police officers were injured by the rioters who belted them with bricks.
Here’s the kicker. The girls turned up later that evening. They were never at the residence on North 40th Street. The mob burned down the wrong house, attacked officers who were trying to restore peace, and injured at least one firefighter.
The girls seem to have returned to their family on their own, never once went to the residence on North 40th Street, and were never victims of human trafficking.
A number of suspects involved in the arson and shootings have been identified:
Milwaukee Police are currently investigating the identities of those who committed arson as well as those that fired upon the residence.
MPD released the following statement about the incident:
MPD put out a statement explaining the entirety of this report. It can be read here.