Is the national guard and FBI needed in baltimore?
I missed spelled the last question. Smh.
One word is too short. So I couldn't only correct your spelling.
Last I heard, the Maryland National Guard is standing by, and I have no doubt that the FBI already has a sizable presence in the troubled area of the city, including under-cover agents.
The peaceful demonstrations in Baltimore turned violent because of the school district cancelled bus service. This left thousands of kids on the street without a way to get home from school. So they joined the demonstrators. And the criminals saw this mass of people as a cover to rip off stores.
That set a battle off between the police and the demonstrators.
Were other police departments needed to stop the riot? Sure. But then cancelling school today and putting the kids on the street again only aggravated the situation.
The FBI were called in early on to investigate whether the kid who was murdered in a police van had his civil rights violated. The FBI doesn't do crowd control. That's the job of the state militias.
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