Sunday, July 5, 2020

Evil Portent! Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan "Says We Could Have A Summer Of Love" 12 Days Later Summer & Love Both Hit By Car Driven By Dawit Kelete On I-5 + Summer Dies..Love Is Still Alive....

Dawit Kelete, 27 Puts An End To Jenny Durkan's Summer Of Love 

OK this is a bizarre portent.

Durkan makes a bizarre statement about the Summer of Love and twelve days later Summer and Love are both hit by a car driven by Kelete...

Summer dies.....

Love is still alive....

You can't make this stuff up!

Cuomo: "How long do you think Seattle and those few blocks looks like this?" 

Durkan: "I don't know. We could have a summer of love!" 

11 JUNE 2020

4 JULY 2020

Summer Taylor (left), 24, of Seattle and Diaz Love (right), 32, of Bellingham 

Summer died 

Love is still alive

1 protester dead, 1 injured after man drives into protesters on I-5 in Seattle

One person was killed and another was seriously injured after a driver plowed into a nightly protest on a closed stretch of Interstate 5 in Seattle early Saturday. Summer Taylor, a 24-year-old from Seattle, died Saturday night at Harborview Medical Center, said Harborview Medical Center spokesperson Susan Gregg. Diaz Love, a 32-year-old from Portland, Oregon, was in serious condition in the intensive-care unit as of Sunday morning.

Washington State Patrol said the driver was Dawit Kelete, 27, of Seattle. He was booked into King County Jail on Saturday morning on investigation of felony vehicular assault. Troopers don’t believe impairment was a factor and said Kelete drove the wrong way on the Stewart Street off-ramp to enter the interstate, which had been partially shut down in response to protesters.

State Patrol announced Saturday evening that it would no longer allow protesters on the interstate.

The change in strategy comes as protests against police brutality and racism enter their second month in Seattle. The hit-and-run was the latest traumatic event to occur at or near protest areas, including shootings near the Capitol Hill Organized Protest, which was shut down by police Wednesday.

“Blocking a freeway is a crime and no longer are we going to enable that criminal conduct to continue,” said State Patrol Capt. Ron Mead, who made the decision to no longer close the interstate. “We are not going to be allowing protesters to access the freeway unimpeded, and there are consequences for criminal conduct.” Source

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