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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Violent anarchists outside Albuquerque, New Mexico Trump rally once again throw rocks and bottles at defenseless police horses as they did in Costa Mesa. Great job by parents who raised children to be so filled with hate that they abuse defenseless animals. Special thanks to the states of New Mexico and California which encourage criminal depravity by providing no consequence for it

5/24/16, "Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Supporters Turn Violent in New Mexico…" tcth, sundance

Anarchists in New Mexico outside Trump rally in Albuquerque, threw rocks at defenseless police horses. Mexican flags were also present, seen in two images below:


Four images from NBC News correspondent

Following are three citations about anarchists attacking defenseless police horses:

"In Albuquerque, minutes after Trump took the stage in a convention center, about 100 protesters pushed through metal barricades and tried to enter the venue, the Albuquerque Journal reported. Protesters shown on television via CNN could be heard chanting "F--- Donald Trump! F--- Donald Trump!"

The Albuquerque Police Department tweeted that some projectiles were hurled at the department's horses. Previously, the department tweeted that protesters were being forced to vacate a sidewalk in the area of the rally site."...

5/24/16, "Trump Rally Violence: Protesters, Police Clash Outside Trump Rally In New Mexico," IBT, Dom Calicchio


Second citation about anarchists attacking defenseless police horses:

5/25/16, "Trump protesters smash door, break through barriers," CNN, Eric Bradner, Noah Gray and Jeremy Diamond

"Police reported rocks and bottles being thrown at their police horses, but downplayed their clashes with protesters on Twitter, noting that they hadn't used tear gas and had not arrested any of the protesters. 

"The smoke that has been seen is not tear gas, it's just smoke. We have not deployed tear gas at this time," the police tweeted."...

Third citation for animal abuse, NY Times headline:

5/24/16, "Protesters Throw Rocks at Police Horses Outside Trump rally in Albuquerque," NY Times, Ashley Parker and Chris Mele, Albuquerque


In April, 2016, violent anarchists in Costa Mesa, Calif. also threw a rock at and injured a defenseless police horse:

4/29/16, "17 arrested, man injured as vandalism mars protest outside Trump rally in Costa Mesa," LA Times,

"At one point, a Costa Mesa officer was hit on the head by a rock thrown by a protester, but police said he was unhurt, thanks to the riot gear and helmet he was wearing.
A police horse ridden by a Huntington Beach officer wasn’t as fortunate, authorities said. The horse, named Drifter, was injured by a thrown rock, police said."...


"Albuquerque attorney Doug Antoon said rocks were flying through the convention center windows
as he was leaving Tuesday night. Glass was breaking and landing near his feet.

This was not a protest, this was a riot. These are hate groups, he said of the demonstrators."...

5/25/16, "Protest outside Trump rally in N.M. turns violent," AP via Boston Globe, Colvin and Contreras


March 2016, taunting, yelling at and slapping a police horse in Kansas City, Missouri:

March 19, 2016, "Woman sentenced after slapping police horse during Trump rally," KCTV
"A judge has issued a sentence to the woman accused of slapping a police horse outside of a Donald Trump rally in March.

April Foster pled guilty to charges of assaulting a service animal and was sentenced to 180 days in jail, suspended and placed on two years of probation.

She was also ordered to perform 75 hours of community service, have no contact with mounted patrol or service animals and to pay a fine of $240 plus her court costs.

The Kansas City Police Department said April J. Foster, 29, was arrested March 12, in the 9200 block of Ward Parkway for abuse of a police service animal.

Police said two officers were called to 13th and Main streets about 7 p.m. on March 12 to help with crowd control during the Trump rally. About 20 minutes later they said a large group of protesters starting putting scarves and masks on to cover their faces.

They then locked arms and began chanting "Whose streets. Our streets" before backing into the street, blocking traffic and moving towards the officers.

The officers said they told the protesters to get back on the sidewalk and out of the street many times, but the group did not obey. The officers, along with their horses, blocked the crowd from further getting into the street and again told the protesters to move back onto the sidewalk.

Police said Foster approached an officer and his horse named Dan and began yelling and screaming in the horse's face, trying to scare the animal.

"When this tactic did not work she attempted to push my horse with no success.  I observed this to only make her more angry and violent and in a last attempt she struck my horse in the face with an open hand," the officer's report said.

The officer said Foster then ran away and they weren't able to catch up to her due to the size of the crowd.

Police Chief Darryl Forte blogged about how officers handled the large crowds at the Trump rally and defended his force's use of pepper spray. He also talked about the assault on the police horse.

"The officers called in our Mounted Patrol for back up to break the two groups apart and get them out of the street. In the course of that, a police horse was assaulted. More officers were called in to help maintain safety and order. Some of the people gathered outside began to put on personal protective equipment (gas masks). Several of them tried to rush the front doors of the theater, blocking Main Street in the process," Forte wrote.

Police said they received a tip on their hotline that identified Foster."


Comment: Violent rioters are foot soldiers of the US political class. 


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