Baltimore Riots

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Notes on 4-16-15   I had a visual I was in a street and several people were protesting. They pushed their way through the blockade, then violence broke out, people were bloody and there was screaming and the smell of smoke. Then the vision switched and we were all walking under a bridge or in a tunnel. We had lost, and everyone was melancholy and exhausted.

6 thoughts on “Baltimore Riots

  1. I’m sorry to hear what happened to Freddie Gray that it could have been prevented. Such tragic. My prayers are with his family. Very heartbroken.

  2. It is sad that the focus is not long on people who have lost their lives. A natural disaster is devastating, but humanity imploding upon itself is scary and sad. I hope that everyone is very careful in their own cities…this may be bigger than just Baltimore. A social media calling for “red, white, and blue cousins” to meet up at certain places at specific times is possibly code for gangs to gather and riot against authority. I think if any of us see this locally it should be reported.

  3. I just read an article on how the “bloods” and the “crips” gangs in Baltimore have joined together to stop the violence and reuild their city together. I also saw a video of this amazing mother going and finding her son (one of the malicious rioters) Then beating him up a bit because of what he was doing….you see him walking behind his mom when she’s done with his head hanging low. (Too bad more parents weren’t like this mother)

  4. I am very sorry for the true victim. His broken spine is much more tragic than broken glass and things.

  5. A mother should not beat her child. This is not teaching anything! Just more violence! You have got to be kidding us by your comment above! That is disgusting. Talking, love and teaching the ‘right’ thing to do would be more appropriate of an action!

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