On Seattle’s Disastrous Foray Into Policelessness And The Irreplaceable Importance Of Reporting

This is more about resources than about ideology -- though the two are connected

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In today’s New York Times, Nellie Bowles offers the definitive account of what it was like for local residents and business owners when the police withdrew from a neighborhood of Seattle, giving rise to the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone or Capitol Hill Organized Protest or whatever you want to call it.

Turns out, things got fairly hellish. Here’s how the …

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