Students were given seventeen minutes to leave the school building to protest the seventeen deaths in Parkland.
Instead, a group of students ran across the street, stealing candy and knocking over displays.
Fortunately, the attack was caught on surveillance cameras, and when they are found and charged with misdemeanors, let’s hope they get a “civics lesson” they will never forget.
Via Daily Caller.
It was supposed to be 17 minutes of silent protest in honor of the 17 people killed last week in Parkland, Florida, in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
But on the south side of Chicago Wednesday morning, there was no silence as students who walked out of nearby Simeon Career Academy trashed a Walmart during their walkout protest.
Dozens of student walked out of Simeon at the appointed time of the protest, only to enter Walmart and knock over store displays and rip products off the shelves. Video of the aftermath shows aisles trashed and there is apparently surveillance video which police are using in an attempt to identify the perpetrators….
Simeon High School students trashed Walmart during the 'Walkout protest' – threw food items at shoppers, threw smoke bombs, jumped on cars in and Walmart employees tell us that they heard multiple gunshots in parking lot during rampage
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