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This rioter is carrying a tool that Martin Luther King Jr. never brought to a peaceful protest when he insisted that All lives matter.
This newly minted rioter must have borrowed this kitchen smock from his grandma so he wouldn't get his new tee shirt messed up in the June 22, 2020 riot in Lafayette Park.
Careful to wear a mask and not upset the sensibilities of the goofy DC Mayor, this cat is ready to rumble at the riot on June 22, 2020.
The Mod Squad meets the Riot Squad on June 22, 2020 in Washington, D.C. as looters attempted to destroy the Andrew Jackson monument in Lafayette Park.
Giving Old Hickory the heave ho with this steel bar was this bozo's idea of peaceful protesting at the June 22, 2020 riot in Lafayette Park in DC.
Just getting a workout to shed a few Wuhan Virus pounds by rioting in Lafayette Park and destroying government property paid for by taxpayers on June 22, 2020
Looter brought along his water-pistol goggles to keep out the pepper spray as he destroyed public property during rioting at Lafayette Square on June 22, 2020 in Washington DC.
Connor Matthew Judd a GW student was arrested and his mommy flew in from California where she told the court he was a nice boy. Judd was released on personal recognizance.
This vandal brought his backpack in case he got the munchies during a tough shift in the riot zone at Lafayette Park on June 22, 2020
A frustrated wanna-be steel worker or just another government employee with good paychecks and time to riot in LaFayette Square on June 22, 2020
BAD, BAD LEROY BROWN - he was the baddest guy in the mean old town, meaner than the junkyard dog at Lafayette Square in Washington on June 22, 2020
WHO is this violent criminal that was destroying your property paid for by tax dollars in Lafayette Park on June 22, 2020
Wanted for vandalism by the United States Park Police for defacing statute of President Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square in Washington DC on June 22, 2020 (Nice Watch)
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