Like groupies following their favorite band from town to town, various race hustlers and BLM should get event t-shirts made up so miscreants can follow the riot tour and know what town to target next. Monday night the band was in Elizabeth City, North Carolina for a sold out street show that played the usual top hits. Fans were happy with the performance and looked forward to the next stop in the Riotapalooza series.

Though fans were disappointed with the lack of looting swag and other promotional materials. But the band’s management promised them better pickings in the immediate future.

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FNC: “Protesters took to the streets in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, for the sixth consecutive day Monday, following the killing of Andrew Brown Jr. last week. The protests took place several hours after Brown’s family said they were only allowed to see a small portion of police body camera footage of the April 21 shooting. Authorities have released few details on the shooting and video of the incident has not yet been made public. On Monday evening, hundreds of protesters marched through the city’s downtown area, as some carried signs and chanted: ‘Release the tape! The real tape!’

“Elizabeth City police warned people on social media to expect delays and road closures in the area, as traffic was redirected in response to the protests. At one point, demonstrators blocked traffic on a heavily used roadway in the city, according to reports. Protesters also went to the home of Pasquotank County Attorney R. Michael Cox, as some called on him to resign, he added.

“Bakari Sellers, an attorney for Brown’s family, previously claimed that Cox tried to keep lawyers for Brown’s family from viewing the footage, according to the New York Post. He criticized Cox and police for showing only 20 seconds of the video. Sellers also claimed Cox used profanity during a meeting with attorneys and members of Brown’s family. On Monday, protesters Curtis Gatewood and Tony Riddick declared their outrage after Brown’s attorneys said the family saw just 20 seconds of the video.”

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“What a spit in the face. What a slap in the face,” said Riddick, who lives in Hertford, about 15 miles southwest of Elizabeth City. “They just want to see what happened. It’s humane. It’s a humane ask,” added Gatewood.

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Cox said in a statement Monday his office blurs faces in bodycam footage to preserve the integrity of the investigation into the incident. But no one will hear that because this isn’t about justice. This is about a mob on a rampage.