Friday, April 30, 2010

LAPD officials expect crowd of up to 100,000 at immigration march on Saturday

Take lots of video and photos folks.

This caught my eye.

LAPD officials expect crowd of up to 100,000 at immigration march on Saturday
April 29, 2010 | 10:11 am

The Los Angeles Police are preparing for as many as 100,000 marchers to rally for immigration rights in downtown Los Angeles during the annual May Day event Saturday.

LAPD officials are preparing for a surge in the number of participants in the wake of an outcry over a controversial new Arizona law that requires police to check the legal status of people they suspect of being illegal immigrants.

Deputy Chief Jose Perez Jr. said that police initially estimated no more than 60,000 people would participate in the May Day march to Los Angeles City Hall. But Perez said those numbers were revised after organized labor and immigrant rights groups informed authorities they expect far more people.

With the goon squad out, there's sure to be lots of violence. Record it!


Anonymous said...

yeah, ain't that funny...a couple of million people show up for a conservative outing, and the cops can't figure out accurately how many were there, even though they had they expect X many, and the left was unhappy with the estimate, so they called in and made them raise it. How much you want to bet they come up just a little short?


Marc said...

Even with video evidence the Ministry of Truth puts out its own propaganda. But the people are no longer buying it and that's what makes the left so angry.

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