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WATCH: Protesters lay siege to NYPD police commissioner's home after viral van ‘kidnapping' incident

Added 07-29-20 05:37:02am EST - “Angry protesters have swarmed the NYPD commissioner's home on West 73rd street in Manhattan, in response to the arrest of a protester who was bundled into an unmarked van on Tuesday.” - Rt.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Rt.com: “WATCH: Protesters lay siege to NYPD police commissioner’s home after viral van ‘kidnapping’ incident”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Furious that one of their own had been arrested in such a way, the protest march, which the ‘kidnapped’ woman was part of, made its way to NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea’s home in the early hours of Wednesday morning, as eyewitness video from the scene purports to show.

"This is a raid, Commissioner Shea"#AbolitionPark protesters, citing the NYPD's 3:40 am razing of their City Hall encampment a week prior, give the police commissioner a 2:30 am wakeup call???????????? pic.twitter.com/2oaKezlQXZ

So this just happened. West 73rd street. @[email protected]#wakeupcall#AbolitionPark#BlackLivesMatterpic.twitter.com/LjsLoZCXIN

The 24-hour #AbolitionPark#BlackLivesMatter protest in Manhattan continues. In honor of the folks who lost everything in a violent 3am raid last week, the 'raid' has been brought to @NYPDShea.#wakeupcallpic.twitter.com/djRw0DhZsL

Sirens wailed and strobe lights flickered as the mob grew restless outside the top cop’s house. The clearly aggrieved group also began banging, jeering and whistling, creating as much noise as possible.

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