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Saturday, November 12, 2016

Shoplifting arrest incites protests at College In Ohio

 Students of Oberlin College have taken their frustrations with a local business to the streets for the second day in a row as they protested Gibson’s Food Mart and Bakery Nov. 11.

The incident that sparked the demonstrations occurred at 4:58 p.m. Nov. 9, when officers were dispatched to the bakery, 23 W. College St., for a report of a fight in progress involving a theft from the business, according to a police report.

Responding officers located an employee of the store on his back being punched and kicked by individuals kneeling over him. When officers were able to take control, they had apprehended a female, the report said.

According to the report, the employee and two witnesses advised police that while inside the store Jonathan Aladin, 19, had allegedly tried to conceal two bottles of wine underneath his shirt. When the employee informed Aladin that he was aware of the concealment and that the employee intended to call the police, Aladin attempted to leave.

The employee told police that he attempted to take a photo of Aladin’s face, causing Aladin to strike the employee’s phone, hitting the employee in the face. As the employee attempted to detain Aladin, he became violent; striking and grabbing the employee, the report said.



Zorro said...


Anonymous said...

Only 66 more days of insane rioting and protests left until January 20th. Better do it now.

Anonymous said...

He was trying to steal wine, not a loaf of bread because he was starving. Get real!

Anonymous said...

The Left demands most-favored-criminal status for its social-justice warriors, and it typically gets exactly what it demands. Leftist criminality largely goes unpunished. So-called direct action is rewarded with fawning accolades from the media and celebrities. And the rule of law is not only diminished but a Soviet-like system of injustice is given the air of legitimacy.

To be clear, these protesters aren’t exercising their First Amendment rights. They’re suppressing free speech. The First Amendment doesn’t create a right to intimidate the citizenry, close roads, or block access to businesses. When law enforcement fails to defeat or deter unlawful protest it fails in its basic duty to protect the law-abiding public. The public are then left with two choices: surrender to criminality, or as is the case in countless other failed and failing societies, the law-abiding public must take matters into their own hands.

Anonymous said...

Again, this has nothing to do with shoplifting.

Paid rioters is what this is about. Bussed in.

DNC Paid.