Miami Students Mourn Trayvon By Ransacking a Walgreens

Posted by on Mar 27, 2012 at 2:29 pm

I guess maybe we should be culturally sensitive here. Maybe it’s a typical occurrence for some folks to go on a looting spree when in mourning.

Probably just a dry run for the real thing that no doubt will come when the Obama-Jackson-Sharpton riots kick into high gear.

Thousands of students in South Florida have taken part in school walkouts as a way to protest the lack of an arrest in the Trayvon Martin killing at the hands of a volunteer neighborhood watch campaign.

All of them remained peaceful except for one and North Miami Beach police released surveillance video Tuesday of that incident which took place at a Walgreens located at 1501 NE 163rd Street.

According to North Miami Beach Police, between 400 to 500 students from North Miami Beach Senior High School took part in a student protest Friday, March 23rd when as many as 100 of those students swarmed the Walgreens around 10:40 a.m.

Thousands of students in South Florida have taken part in school walkouts as a way to protest the lack of an arrest in the Trayvon Martin killing at the hands of a volunteer neighborhood watch campaign.

All of them remained peaceful except for one and North Miami Beach police released surveillance video Tuesday of that incident which took place at a Walgreens located at 1501 NE 163rd Street.

According to North Miami Beach Police, between 400 to 500 students from North Miami Beach Senior High School took part in a student protest Friday, March 23rd when as many as 100 of those students swarmed the Walgreens around 10:40 a.m.

Some of the students ransacked shelving displays and broke some merchandise, valued at approximately $150, according to North Miami Beach police.

If you watch the video there are a lot of kids who could be Obama’s sons.

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2 Responses to “Miami Students Mourn Trayvon By Ransacking a Walgreens”

  1. heyitzpatty on 28/28/12 at 12:36 pm

    Ransacked! Really!! That word screams ‘total destruction’ ‘search and destroy’ pillage’ look Miami is not a battle zone. $150.00 in damages could simply happened by the store trying to accomdate too many patrons….get real