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“This Is NOT Seattle”: Rioters in Oklahoma Charged With Terrorism

Two teenagers now face terrorism charges after allegedly breaking in the windows of an Oklahoma City bail bonds business in May during the George Floyd protests.


During the nation-wide protests that took of the country for weeks on end in late May, two teenagers had been arrested  after allegedly helping to break in the windows of an Oklahoma City bail bonds business. Now, those two teens  are latest to face terrorism charges.

Dozens of protestors arrived at a sit-in at the office of Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater on the last Monday in June, demanding that thar Prater drop all terrorism-related charges and resign. 

However, Prater countered back, saying “When you employ these tactics for a political purpose, you are a terrorist," and those who incite violence in the streets are “criminals” who “have subverted peaceful protests and impaired the open discussion regarding race in our country.”

 “It is my job to protect innocent citizens and their property and I will continue to do it to the best of my ability.” The district attorney said after accusing the Black Lives Matter activists and protestors of trying to intimidate him and law enforcement. 



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