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Armed Kenosha Residents Share Duties Guarding Neighborhood From Rioters

Neighborhoods take steps to guard against the far-left rioters

 on 30th August 2020 @ 8.00pm
armed residents began standing guard over the subdivision following two nights of protests and riots © press
Armed residents began standing guard over the subdivision following two nights of protests and riots.

Residents in Kenosha, Wisconsin, are taking turns to guard their neighborhoods against the far-left rioters as areas come under increasing threat from violence following protests after the shooting of Jacob Blake last week.

Armed residents began standing guard over the subdivision following two nights of protests and riots.

One of the armed residents standing guard, only know as Gilbert, said:

“All we’re doing is making sure the community here is able to go asleep, sleep fine, and are not worried about anything."

He added that armed residents alert approaching vehicles to their presence by using flashlights.

If a vehicle enters the subdivision, armed residents will inform the driver they will be watched while in the development.

 a lot of us are veterans  both men said they served in the marines   some are former cops   one resident said © press
'A lot of us are veterans (both men said they served in the Marines), some are former cops,' one resident said

Another armed resident, known as Jason, said:

“A lot of us are veterans (both men said they served in the Marines), some are former cops, so we’re comfortable (handling firearms)."

"We’re simply doing nothing more than protecting the subdivision.”

The decision by residents to keep their neighborhood safe came after an elderly store worker had his jaw broken following a horrific attack last week.

The man attempting to shield his business before it was torched by rioters.

 all we   re doing is making sure the community here is able to go asleep   another resident said © press
'All we’re doing is making sure the community here is able to go asleep,' another resident said

The man, who is 70 years old, identified only as Robert, ran toward a mattress store where he works using a fire extinguisher to deter rioters who broke in during the protests on Monday, according to Fox6.

A woman filming the incident said in the now-viral video, “They just threw a bottle at this guy."

Then just seconds later, a man dressed all in black knocked the elderly man down with a punch to the head.

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