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By Michael W. Chapman, CNSNews, June 12, 2020

Speaking with local media on Thursday about the occupation of the police station and surrounding area by radical leftists, Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said that police-response times had increased and that violent crimes, including rapes, were occurring but that her officers cannot get to the victims.

“Our 911, our response times have tripled in the area,” Chief Best told KIRO 7.  “They’ve gone from just under 5 minutes to about 18 minutes.”

Andy Ngô – @MrAndyNgo – Seattle Police Chief: “Rapes, robberies and all sorts of violent acts have been occurring in the area and we’re not able to get to [them].”      …..

There are “rapes, robberies, and all sorts of violent acts that have been occurring in the area that we’re not able to get to,” she said.

“So it is not a right for us not to be able to deploy our officers here,” the chief added.

The Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct building and an approximately six-block area was taken over by radical leftists, including Black Lives Matter activists, on Tuesday, June 9. The area is now called the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, or CHAZ.  …

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