No Violence, No Looting, No Invading Hordes, No Traffic Jams: Protests In Malibu And Calabasas Continue

Written by on June 4, 2020

About a hundred protestors at Webb Way at Pacific Coast Highway yesterday.

About a thousand protestors marched in Calabasas yesterday … from the mall to the City Hall … no violence … no looting … not much of a traffic disruption.

This comes after two provocations … fears of mass invasions of Calabasas stirred up on social media …. and a stern reaction from the new local sheriff’s captain.

State senator Henry Stern said the peaceful nature of the “Black Lives Matter” and “Justice for George Floyd” marches was … quoting now … “quite the opposite of what false social media accounts have stirred up … with fear of mass invasions of neighborhoods.”

The day before … local sheriff’s captain Chuck Becerra said he respected the right to protest.

But he also promised to bring in strike teams and the National Guard if there were any property crimes or attacks on his deputies.

Some people  … in Malibu and Calabasas … objected to the strident tone from the local captain …. which stood in sharp contrast to other police officials in the area.

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