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10TH US CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS, DENVER, COLORADO- By 9:00 this morning I had been arrested by federal police for asserting a person’s right to enter a federal courthouse and observe an open court proceeding where the federal government denies any person without a valid state or federal ID. Not only is there no requirement to carry ID or papers in this free country, but any person, regardless of who they may be or where they may have been born, has the right to observe open court. If an ID is required to observe court, then vast numbers of people are being barred from a public part of government by the people. This is unacceptable and is nothing short of justice by the elite, for the elite, and on the backs of the second class people. David Lane was of course nearby and I was promptly unarrested and we got what we needed to bring this issue to the courts to test. I was uncuffed and released without new charges but I was still not allowed to attend court. I finished with my planned arrest by 9:30.

Denver jury finds camp protester NOT GUILTY of tent erection (obstruction).

DENVER, COLORADO- Andrian "Monk" Brown was observed on HALO camera "erecting a tent" on the spot he'd been arrested two days before inside a similar tent. He was arrested escaping the scene of the crime and or walking his dog around the block. This week Monk was tried for obstruction, the deputy city attorney prosecuted the case herself but was unable to overcome the jury's inclinations that the charges were "silly". Monk's defense attorney rested her case without presenting a thing. Essentially the closing argument was this: did a three-man tent obstruct anyone in a large public plaza? NOT GUILTY. The jury had many questions of their own for the prosecution's witness, District Two Commander Anthony Lopez. The judge allowed none of them. One of the questions asked "what was written on the tent?" In fact the tent was decorated with many slogans and constitued part of the political protest in front of Denver's municipal courthouse. The protest had been going for three days, twentyfour-seven. The protesters had won a federal injunction preventing the city from arresting them for the pretext of "jury tampering". The protest was pushing up against the "urban camping ban" ordinance although the city refused to cite that infraction, instead confiscating the "encumbrances" of activists and charging them with obstruction. Many "evictions" later, several activists are now burdened with cases of "obstruction" and Monk's verdict offers hope that Denver juries will see through the city's pretext. An important lesson learned during Monk's trial was the opportunity offered by the police arrest video. While issues of "jury nullification" or the camping ban or the right to assemble or the police state would be impossible to sneak past a city attorney's objections, talking about them calmly over a megaphone during the police raid will give the jury a full uninterrupted twenty minutes of background context with which to reveal what "encumbrance" the city is really worried about.

Occupy Denver shifts night camp to Colfax Ave to confound plaza curfew

DENVER, COLORADO- The occupiers of the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse Plaza were thrown a curve on Friday afternoon when city workers were observed installing signs closing the grounds to the public from 8:30pm until 7:30am. Was this an affront to US District Court Judge William Martinez who had affirmed in federal court that the courthouse plaza was a free speech zone "24/7"? There wasn't time to consult a legal opinion, so when a DPD cruiser interrupted the Occupy Denver GA at 8:25pm to announce the curfew and threaten arrests, the occupiers retreated to the public sidewalk north of the courthouse, where the higher profile of Colfax Avenue would make up for having to time-share their 24hr encampment. DPD swept through the park at 8:30pm to assure it was vacated and activist spent the next hours making a ruckus on the street, egged on by Friday night traffic. At bedtime a civilian dupe came over from the jail to warn that deputes told her everyone would be arrested. Laughs. At 2am a DPD platoon paid the habitual visit. Warnings that the activists were in violation of the trespass order were laughed off, and the officers told off for abusing their authority telling lies, so police could only force sleepers off the public sidewalk and mandate that signs be untied from the trees. From their beachhead on Colfax Activists promised to retake the plaza at 7:30am where they intended to catch up on their lost sleep in broad daylight.

Denver restricts public access to Lindsey-Flanigan Plaza, to circumvent federal injunction protecting protest.

DENVER, COLORADO- The 24hr protest in front of the Lindsey Flanigan Courthouse was on its 31st day when city workers installed signs declaring a curfew on the courthouse grounds. Will the ongoing demonstration be grandfathered or will Denver police evict the Occupy Denver activists without notice? Occupiers meet tonight at 7:00 to decide a course of action. The signage cites trespassing ordinance "D.R.M.C. 38-115" which would halt overnight occupations of the plaza. It cannot but seem to be calculated to restart arrests of the "Jury Nullification" activists, who won a court injunction to prevent the city from making further arrests.

Monk gets constipated in public

DENVER, COLORADO- Occupier Adrian "Monk" Morningglory draws unwanted attention at the Lindsey Flanigan Courthouse protest camp as nearby detention center personnel continue to deny activists access to the public bathrooms. Meanwhile the Colorado Attorney General has filed a motion to vacate the injunction barring the enforcement of a court order banning protest in the courthouse plaza. The AG argues that protest denigrates the decorum necessary for a functional justice center, exhibit one, evidence encountered that a protester defecated in Lindsey Flanigan's expensive landscaping. It's unlikely to fly but a Denver chief judge thought he could ban free speech from the entire complex and city administrators behave like it's written in stone: give 'em an inch and they'll shit in your park.

EVICTED! Denver police conduct sixth raid on courthouse protest camp, this time seizing signs, flags & tombstones.

DENVER, COLORADO- Occupy Denver's Jury Nullification Education Protest Camp had gathered steam Labor Day weekend, overnight participation growing to thirty sleepers Monday night, but at 4:30pm Tuesday DPD riot cops swept through the camp in force. Activists were allowed to save only what they could carry. All other items were considered "abandoned" and then removed by the officers as "encumbrances" as outlawed by notices recently posted by DPD. Nearly a hundred police officers in riot gear, including two vehicles carrying SWAT soldiers, swooped upon the Lindsey-Flanigan Plaza encampment when the afternoon camp security team had dwindled to four. Only one camera was on hand to record the police raid. Over the course of 45 minutes, homeless contingents were able to scramble to preempt the DPD confiscating their personal items. Once again the police appear to time their raid when most of the protesters have stepped away. Will Occupy Denver have the stamina and resilience to stand against the constant stealing of its resources? The Occupy Denver participation is already weakened by counterinsurgent strategies to demoralize and marginalize their actions from within. The Denver activist community has seasoned social media promotors and videographers who are being waylaid from assisting the city's highest profile protest since the Occupy movement of 2011. Two arrests that made national news, a court order, a "Plaza Order" amended, a preliminary injunction granted, a contempt of court ruling declined, four more arrests for erecting "encumbrances", then two more. A total of six raids, two evictions, and not a hope that any of the charges will stick. Next the District Attorney will be subpoenaed. Can an action be any more successful?

We protest the encumbrance of justice

Denver authorities have chosen a weak strategy to clear the Lindsey Flanigan Courthouse Plaza of public protests. They are relying on a vague city ordinance to declare that the plaza must be kept clear of "encumbrances/obstructions" without specifying what those might be. Last week they put up signs. By definition, a public demonstration aims to be an obstruction of the offending mechanisms of injustice, ergo, "No Justice, No Peace." Encumbrance is direct action is a people's last recourse. By definition, a protest is trying to encumber oppression. When the people are seeking redress, the police are our encumbrance. Fortunately the US Bill of Rights forbids the encumbrance of dissent. Here's the statute referenced by the signs: § 49-246. The manager of public works or the manager’s designee (hereinafter in this article, “manager”) is authorized to remove or to order the removal of any article, vehicle or thing whatsoever encumbering any street, alley, sidewalk, parkway or other public way or place (any such thing hereinafter in this article to be called an “encumbrance”). The manager may prescribe appropriate methods, specifications, placement and materials for encumbrances in the public right-of-way.

St Louis police provoke rock throwing protesters by killing another black teen

Police in St Louis had to arrest protesters because they were blocking a major street instead of "protesting peaceably". Other protesters were teargassed and authorities were frustrated that the clouds of gas and spray and people scrambling obscured documentation of rock-throwing which provoked the police officers' pushback. No heed being paid to what "provoked" the protest in the first place. Not merely the anniversary of Michael Brown's shooting in Ferguson, but the police killing of another black teen.

Eric Brandt and the horrible, very bad judge.

WESTMINSTER, COLORADO- Eric Brandt was so sure he was going to jail he got a tattoo. The one-man-band of protest movements had court on August 3rd before Westminster Associate Judge Paul D. Basso, who'd declined on a technicality to give Brandt a jury trial. Eric calls him "Judge Fatso" and lampoons Basso on the courthouse steps and so didn't expect more than a brisk push into jail. Knowing they'd take his "Fuck Cops" t-shirt, Eric got a hasty tattoo. "It hurt. A LOT" said Eric, who did not intend to cease his protest behind bars. It's the identical logo, placed just below the sleeve-length of a jail smock, faced forward on the arm he extends to shake hands. Eric's lawyer, the formidable David Lane, joked that he was stung by Eric's lack of faith in his attorney. But Eric Brandt has suffered for two years battling alone against the whims of Westminster injustice. He's served jail time, been beaten, threatened, tasered so many times the seizures it induces no longer make him pee. And when Judge Basso took the bench the courtroom audience got to see the kangaroo court prepared for Westminster's public enemy number one. Even David Lane's sober motions and objections bounced off the stubborn hanging judge. Ultimately Judge Basso was smart enough to know he had to grant a continuance because discovery was only granted ten minutes before the session started. Discovery included internal affairs investigations of Sergeant Buckner, Eric's repeat accuser and frequent assailant. Judge Basso asked the sergeant if he'd signed off on their release. "Objection! You're not his lawyer!" Judge Basso ordered that the documents be surrendered to the court until he'd ruled on their relevance. "Objection!" The audience echoed "WTF!" David Lane's motions to dismiss, and for a special prosecutor, and for the judge to recuse himself for interposing himself as advocate for the city, were ignored. Each time the civil liberties expert cited legal precedence, Judge Basso would answer "it's been a while since I've read that one, but I remember its meaning differently." The city attorney and judge made clumsy attempts to feed each other cues. Eric Brandt was forced to wave speedy trial in exchange for his continuance, to give his attorney time to peruse the discovery evidence. David Lane objected that "my client has to choose which constitutional right to sacrifice." Westminster had hoped to jail Eric Brandt this week to prevent him from getting on this year's ballot for the city council election. They had to let him walk. A powerful attorney and a roomful of spectators got in the way of someone's Judge Roy Bean act. Eric was in tears as he thanked his supporters. His next case is Thursday, August 6, same accusers, same arresting officer. Same crime, telling cops to go fuck themselves. Eric will need the same court support. Trust me it's entertaining. Between Brandt and Lane, there is no end to the laughter, but I had no idea municipal court would be so suspenseful. The best

Requiring activists to “make space” for black or brown voices, if apolitical or reformist, is a counterinsurgency trap.

      OFF-STREET ACTIVISM floweth over with do-gooders begging for a seat at the table, literally, tables, where the powers-that-be want them. Street protest organizers are berated about providing forums for disenfranchised voices, as if indoor choir-singing yields redress of grievances. Leaders of disadvantaged communities mistake cis-gendered, white activists for their actual oppressors, because that's easier than facing down the police. But the dynamic is disingenuous subterfuge and it's not coming from the allies who matter. The people of Ferguson did not wait for white social justice groups to "make space" for their protest. You'd think the lesson of Ferguson is obvious. Across non-Ferguson, religious community leaders and token spokespeople of color insist that they should monopolize local manifestations of anti-racism movements. Never mind that their call is for people to sit in church pews, meet with cops, vote, GOTV, petition, or join intra-city marches to nowhere, nowhere more than away from urban uprisings. In Denver I have never seen black resistance voices or leadership unwelcome at any rally no matter the subject. But I have seen tokenism at #BlackLivesMatter events used to discredit radicals and diffuse public outcry. The making space argument certainly applies to entrenched nonprofit leadership but among militant voices it's a laugh. If anyone is oppressing upstart minority voices it's the seniority membership who don't want unscheduled rocking of the boat. Reformist claptrap is the police state's first line of defense. "Black Lives Matter" must be shouted loudly even if your token black appointees won't. Don't mind the usual detractors peddling apolitical identity politics, let's call them IDENTITY A-POLITICS, they're a counter-revolutionary tactic to divide natural allies. This has been used against insurgents across the country, from Deep Green Resistance to Occupy, as fly-paper to waylay alliances or force effective organizations to go down the old rabbit holes occasioned by the usual novice errors. Ferguson has shown the way. The anniversary of Mike Brown's killing on August 9, 2014, correctly commemorates the public uprising not the policeman's bullet. Unsurprisingly the early emphasis is being placed on ensuring crowd anger doesn't get out of control. The eyes on the ball, whether blue or brown, focus on the racist police state. The Black Lives Matter activists who interrupted Netroots Nation shared knowing themes through a people's mic. Here's a transcript of what they chanted until shut down by the speakers on stage. If I die in police custody. #BlackLivesMatter at #netrootsnation If I die in police custody, Do not let my parents talk to Don Lemon, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Or any of the motherfuckers Who would destroy my name. Let my parents know That my sisters got this. If I die in police custody, Say my name, say my name. Say the name that I chose, Not the one that I was given. If I die in police custody, Make sure that I am remembered. Make sure my sisters are remembered. Say their names. Say their names. If I die in ICE custody, Say that I am not a criminal. Stop funding prisons and detention centers! Shut ICE down

In killing Native American, the Denver police bit off more than they can chew.

DENVER, COLORADO- Denver police have shown they can kill with impunity, be they black lives or latino. But the latest officer-involved murder of a Lakota man brought the American Indian Movement into the street and that's an escalation no council of ministers can reverse. When police victim Paul Castaway asked his killers "What's wrong with you?" he was echoing the entire Denver community exasperation as officers continue to murder unarmed men and women of color, as if outrage over police brutality isn't on everyone's lips already.

PHOTOS: Denver cops serve complaint against a six year old playing a bucket drum at Friday Tattered Cover protest.

DENVER, COLORADO- The weekly protest and homeless feeding in front of the LoDo Tattered Cover bookstore was interrupted on Friday night by the police, this time to serve a noise complaint against a six year-old who'd been beating on the bucket drums with his friends. The operation required two backup cruisers while six more laid in wait. The feeding began as it does every week. (Photos by David Anderson and Eric Verlo.) There was a kid's picnic. Late arrivals noticed a buildup of police cruisers to the South. We stopped for a photo op with an array of cruisers waiting to the East as well. We hadn't intended on drumming or chanting this week but by special request we brought three drums from the car for the amusement of the children. They played merrily until Officer Friendly rolled up. To quote David Anderson: Denver police get tough with children; During a protest of the Denver Camping Ban, at the Tatter Cover Bookstore a police officer admonished a five year old boy. The officer explained to the little boy, that it was OK to protest but that he was not allowed to have any fun while doing it Not only three cruisers but an undercover officer (in the grey t-shirt).

The Denver Homeless Problem

The Denver City Council believes that if you criminalize, arrest and jail this man we have solved the homeless problem. If you agree with the City Council go back to your TV and watch the latest episode of "Keeping up with the Kardashians". But if you truly want to understand, and you want more information, then join activists with OCCUPY DENVER on Fridays. In doing that small act, you will meet the face of the homeless, you will be on the path of becoming a true compassionate human being. The photos below show feeding the homeless feeding at the Tattered Cover Bookstore in LoDo, every Friday at 5:30 pm.

Mainstream Media Missed The Mark, or give me another helping of Monsanto GMO potatoes and corn and pass me the latest comic book

March against Monsanto, Denver, May 23, 2015: Once again the main stream media failed to show up when one of their corporate paymasters tells them to go sit in the corner and be quiet. All mainstream media were noticeably absent. However they could be found at the Colorado Convention Center where the fourth annual COMIC CON event was held. The message we can all take away from this; when it comes to the health of human beings, watching your local news or reading the Denver Post is akin to reading the funny papers or watching cartoons.   KGNU sent the only newsperson to the Monsanto Protest

Second Degree Felony Assault Charges dropped against Occupy Michael Moore

DENVER, COLORADO- The City of Denver has dismissed all charges against Occupy Denver activist Michael Moore stemming from his April 29 arrest at the march against police brutality. Michael was accused of Second Degree Felony Assault of a Police Office, Criminal Mischief, and Resisting Arrest. Michael was riding his bicycle when a motorcycle cop tried to push him over, but fell over himself. Michael's apprehension prompted an indignant response from his comrades which gave the Denver police license to pepper spray the crowd and make ten further arrests. Michael spent two days in jail and forfeits his $1000 bond deposit. The other victims suffered brutality and pepper spray as a result of voicing their objecting to Michael's arrest. The crowd's reaction was vindicated when it turned out that Michael's arrest was wrongful. Will the charges against them stick?

Okay DPD, Occupy Denver sees your verdict and raises you one drummer

DENVER, COLORADO- As Occupy Denver learned with the recent verdict, even one drummer performing an unwanted refrain can be considered loud and unusual enough to earn a complaint. With the Tattered Cover Five temporarily shell-shocked, reinforcements have arrived to bridge the gap, last weekend in the fearless personage of Colt Justice, who reports contrary to expectation, he was not arrested. Game on heartless Denver, lest Tattered Cover patrons and other Denverites ignoring the plight of the homeless fail to yield to the disturbing protestations of the Occupy homeless advocates.

Corporate coup leaders foil TPP protest by faking Democrat defeat of fast-track

NOW WHAT? Years of agitating for the media to EXPOSE THE TPP, culminating in last week's call-your-senator call-your-senator call-your-senator full court press, yielded what looked like Congress finally standing up against the trade pact corporate coup. Activists were ecstatic to see Democrats in the Senate unite to block to the fast-tracking of the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership, only to learn a day later that Dem objections had been placated and TPP approval would follow. Not only had the conversation been diverted from "what's the TPP" to "what's fast-track", demonstrations converted to celebrations, and now a pubic response would be too confused and short-noticed. Give the corporations credit for being in full control of their media, their puppets, and what's left of the skeptics among their subjects.

The Every Cinco de Mayo Piñata Bash

DENVER, COLORADO- Anonymous dedicated May's Every5th to victims of Denver police violence. For Cinco de Mayo, Anons brought PINATAS in the likeness of the DPD! Many "Every Cinco" attendees were victims of the pepper spray incident of April 29, when DPD riot cops tried to exterminate its infestation of stubborn marchers by fumigating them with cayenne pepper. In response, Anons considered macing the piñatas, but aerosol wasn't going to bust these piggies open and guests were eager to get to the chocolates and FTP pins inside. Participants took turns whacking the pigs with UMBRELLAS, Occupy Hong Kong's answer to pepper spray. After an interminable beating the pigsters gave up. The EVERY CINCO bash on the west steps of the capitol Three little piggies Blindfolded Anons Preparing to spike Going Gone

Five Rag-Tag Protestors Beat On Plastic Buckets and the Rich Shit Their Pants

As Chris Hedges observed below, you can't have a revolution while sitting at home in front of the TV watching the next installment of Kim Kardashian.   If you can find the courage to skip just one show, go to the streets; what you find, might surprise you, Likeminded people, just like yourself. That is what the people of Baltimore discovered. Some people saw only rioting, but that was the corporate media spoon feeding the citizens. What really happen was the citizen got really pissed off at the system and went to the streets demanding change; it made the rich panic to the point that they indict some of the policemen. I remind you, they were only charged not convicted. This was a tactic used to defuse and distract the organized citizens. If you think the rich did not panic over the citizens in the streets of Baltimore, you need to read about the federal surveillance. This week in Denver; Tattered Cover 5 Receive Mixed Verdicts, One Courtroom Observer Arrested. Of all the courtrooms and trials I have set through, I don't believe I ever saw a grander puppet show. The rich used all of their power in the system to stop a few protesters from beating on a plastic buckets. The long and short of it; these 5 rag-tag protestors, beating on their plastic buckets, scared the shit out of the rich. The rich used their puppet policemen and prosecutor, all at the expense of the taxpayer. At this mockery of justice, I observed something I had never seen before, the policeman, who was the prosecutors star witness, and supposed to be impartial (you know; only doing his duty) sat between the two prosecutors for the entire trial as though he were a back up prosecutor. In those famous word of Martin Luther; "How Long?" and the people responded, "Not Long". Many cities in America watched as the sleeping giant in Baltimore awoke from a slumber and this is what made the "Rich Panic". There is more of us then there is of them and they know it. Time to turn the corporate TV off and organize. Make the Rich Panic Posted on May 3, 2015 By Chris Hedges "This is called revolution. It is about ripping power away from a cabal of corporate oligarchs and returning it to the citizenry. This will happen not by appealing to corporate power but by terrifying it. And power, as we saw in Baltimore, will be terrified only when we take to the streets. There is no other way." "The fundamental law of revolution, which has been confirmed by all revolutions, and particularly by all three Russian revolutions in the twentieth century, is as follows: it is not enough for revolution that the exploited and oppressed masses should understand the impossibility of living in the old way and demand changes, what is required for revolution is that the exploiters should not be able to live and rule in the old way. Only when the “lower classes” do not want the old way, and when the “upper classes”

For DPD the pretext to use pepperspray came as easy as falling off a motorbike

DENVER, COLORADO- You don't have to be a high school physicist to know a bicyclist is less likely to topple a quarter-ton motorcycle than to cause the equal opposite reaction. But it was cyclist Michael Moore that officers had to yank from his bike and wrestle to the ground. So where Newtonian law might have failed, the DPD enforced it in their own manner. A bystander video shows the motorcycle cop fall over of his own accord. The DPD used this false flag as an excuse to rush the crowd, douse it with First Amendment disinfectant, and make arrests.

Denver police attacked last night while holding peaceful motorcycle parade

DENVER, COLORADO- Last night in Denver, once again the DPD showed what they are all about. If it wasn't so shameful and painful you could only laugh at their conduct.   dla News Service: Denver Police attacked while holding a peaceful parade to show their support for "Baltimore Brothers in Blue". The police were attacked by several young boys and girls armed with cardboard signs while on parade down Colfax in Denver. The children claimed that the police were marching without a permit and were interrupting the flow of traffic. Eleven of the children were pepper sprayed and restrained at the Denver Correction Facility for their own safety. Chief White appealed for calm and said the police march will be re-scheduled at a future date. Several officers were treated at local hospitals for paper cuts on their hands and wrists. They will be placed on sick leave, with pay until they recover from their injuries.

CASE DISMISSED! City of Denver drops charges against Occupier Patrick Jay

DENVER, COLORADO- Prosecuting attorneys for the City of Denver were granted their own motion to have their case against Patrick Jay dismissed for lack of evidence! Prominent civil rights lawyer David Lane was informed this weekend that all charges against Patrick have been dropped. Patrick was arrested last December while returning to his car after a ?#?BlackLivesMatter? protest. He was seized by SWAT officers while VIDEOTAPING the snatch and grab arrest of fellow activist Max Mendieta. Patrick was charged with obstructing traffic while marchers staged die-ins at prominent Denver intersections. * According to police, HALO cameras recorded Patrick and others blocking vehicles. The cameras might also have confirmed that their actions prevented cars from running over the marchers laying prone on the pavement. We'll never know because the DPD now says the footage is gone. After defendants declined to take plea deals, Patrick's defense attorney David Lane learned the HALO footage would not be available for discovery because the surveillance files had been accidentally overwritten! In view of this, David Lane motioned for a dismissal, but city attorneys assured the judge that there were DPD officers enough to bear witness against Patrick Jay. Lane vowed to compel those officers to first have to pick Patrick from out of a line up. Patrick's jury trial was set for April, but last week city attorneys tendered their own motion for a dismissal and that motion was granted. Patrick Jay's charges were dropped and his First Amendment rights were vindicated, but of course the Denver Police achieved their goal of intimidating activists who have to brace themselves for arbitrary arrest even though they know their rights. Over the course of many months of marches, participation has suffered attrition not just because people are frightened, don't want to or can't subject themselves to arrest, but some activists who had no alternative but to take plea deals now cannot risk violating the terms of probation which forbid their participation in protests. Only a few days after Patrick's arrest, he and I were leaving another anti-police-brutality march when multiple DPD cruisers swooped up to us on the sidewalk. This time instead of jumping off and unto us, an officer in the lead vehicle shouted from his rolled-down window: "Scared you?!" Yes, officer, you did. ** Arrests and harassment have helped the DPD reduce protest numbers. Because of favorable plea deals or inadequate legal representation, no one has yet had the chance to challenge the veracity of their charges, until now. Several cases, including Max Mendieta's, are still pending. Max is also represented by David Lane. Hopefully the recognition of Patrick's arrest being unwarranted will turn the tide. ------------- NOTES: * PATRICK'S ARREST WAS SURREAL. Everyone was returning to their cars, putting signs into trunks etc, when the police SUV carrying riot cops on its sideboards made a slow pass. This was a development we began to notice at earlier events. Even though the officers in riot gear might not have had to show themselves during a march, they would emerge afterward on their SUVs

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