The father of Horace Lorenzo Anderson — the 19-year-old who was fatally shot in Seattle’s “Capitol Hill Organized Protest” (CHOP) earlier this month — said it is time for the “autonomous” zone to go.
“I ain’t been sleeping. You see my eyes. I’ve been crying. I’m trying not to cry on TV,” said Anderson, the victim’s father.
Anderson “says the zone should go” and believes the National Guard should step in and remove the demonstrators, according to KIRO 7.
“This doesn’t look like a protest to me no more,” he stated. “That just looks like they just took over and said we can take over whenever we want to.”
“They should deploy them here to say ‘Man, it’s time to go,’” he continued. “‘It’s time to move on. And break this up.’ ”
Violence has erupted in the CHOP zone, comprised of a collection of activists — from self-described anarchists to members of Antifa