Video footage is pouring onto Youtube that clearly shows riot
police in Pittsburgh using intimidation tactics and military
weapons to disperse peaceful assemblies in the vicinity of the
In the first video an officer appears on the scene
where protesters are peacefully gathered and immediately tells
them to leave the area, threatening everyone with arrest should
they not comply.
The in a scene that looks as if it took place
in Communist China, riot officers form a line parallel to the
protesters, extending to both ends of the street, and slowly
walk towards them, noisily and simultaneously marching and beating
their shields with their batons.
This is a clear intimidation tactic to cause
fear and psychologically effect the peaceful protesters in an
effort to herd them and get them to disperse.
We Are Change and Infowars reporter Luke Rudkowski
speaks into a bullhorn throughout, as this complete violation
of the First Amendment unfolds. He notes how LRAD sound weapons
used in Afghanistan and Iraq are now being used against peaceful
American citizens on the streets of Pittsburgh by armed military
Chants of "USA, USA" ring out and protesters
holding cameras and signs break into applause at Luke's words
as the jackboot police continue to advance. It is hard to believe
that this is America.
The LRAD Weapons are then brought to the scene
and an announcement blasts out towards the protesters:
"BY ORDER OF THE CITY OF PITTBURGH CHIEF
OF POLICE WE HEREBY DECLARE THIS TO BE AN UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY."
IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT YOUR PURPOSE IS, YOU MUST
LEAVE. IF YOU DO NOT DISPERSE, YOU MAY BE ARRESTED AND/OR SUBJECT
TO OTHER POLICE ACTION. OTHER POLICE ACTION MAY INCLUDE ACTUAL
PHYSICAL REMOVAL, THE USE OF RIOT CONTROL AGENTS AND/OR LESS
LETHAL MUNITIONS WHICH COULD CAUSE RISK OF INJURY TO THOSE WHO
Watch the video:
Here is another video of the LRAD sound weapons
in full force:
Here are more videos from the scene that clearly
show police and troops using sound wave weapons against peaceful
protesters and indiscriminately beating people: