Skip to comments.Fights break out at Carson Beach
Posted on 05/31/2011 7:16:12 AM PDT by outpostinmass2
Fights broke out among rival gang members on Carson Beach in South Boston yesterday and spilled out across the city, triggering a massive law enforcement response from at least five agencies to stem the violence.
Police said the gang members are part of a group of more than 1,000 youths who have used social media sites like Facebook to plan unruly gatherings on the beach on three of the past four nights. The beach falls under the jurisdiction of the State Police, who have been unable to prevent the violence.
The response yesterday resembled crowd-control tactics reserved for major sporting victories.
State Police were already on edge, after a trooper was accosted Sunday night by members of the group. The trooper chased one of the youths, who ran, clutching the waistband of his shorts consistent with the manner in which a person with a gun would hold it, said David Procopio, a spokesman for the State Police.
Yesterday, the beach, located steps away from the South Boston State Police barracks, attracted thousands of families and other Memorial Day revelers gathered for the unofficial start of summer. While the majority of the crowd was peaceful, the unruly youths again gathered at the beach and in nearby parking lots.
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I think the media first tried to report this as “a Democracy movement.”
Yep. Obama’s SA militia meant to cow all the taxpayers both libs and cons. In Chicago the powers to be will spend more time monitoring “racial attitudes” of the white libs then making the beaches a safe place. Its all about power.
“I think the media first tried to report this as a Democracy movement.”
Maybe they meant “Demographic movement” LOL!
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