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Low-flying military helicopters blow wind to break up protesting crowds

Low-flying military helicopters blow wind to break up protesting crowds

Low-flying military helicopters were used to blow wind break up protesting crowds in Washington, DC, on Monday night. Protesters were seen running for cover as the move kicked up debris and snapped tree branches. Authorities clubbed the tactic with heavy use of tear gas, pellets and chemical spray as protesters marched toward the White House well after the city’s 7 pm curfew passed.

Milan
Milan
Beisht Kione
Beisht Kione 4 months

Very nice. And to the ignorance over on twitter. A red cross doesnt mean The Red Cross and no, its not a misappropriation of a medevac unit. This is so that you couldnt lie and skew the optics, like you ALWAYS do.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 4 months

Fire, water, earth, air. Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 4 months

I read it as "blow mind".

Fin
Fin 4 months

Who authorized that... It's a breech of constitutional authority unless n has yet put insurrection act into action....

O'Brien
O'Brien 4 months

I’m calling BS. Stood close to Blackhawks and Skycranes in hover and it’s hardly a tool to “disperse” anyone, in fact it’s quite exciting & fun TBH I couldn’t think of a more expensive and inefficient way to break up a crowd short of just throwing sacks of money out the hatch.

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