Just last week I reported on a Seattle man who pulled a knife on business employee. He has more than 100 convictions yet is still roaming the streets of Seattle.
There are PLENTY of other examples of how Seattle/King County allow repeat offenders to victimize tax-paying and law-abiding citizens. See the following:
How many convictions does it take for Seattle City Attorney to place a homeless criminal in jail after his latest assault?
Seattle/King County finally have a plan to address repeat offenders: Will cost just an additional $5M taxpayer dollars
Violent repeat offender in Seattle assaults toddler with coffee, two days after his jail release
Insanity in Seattle: Homeless man attempts to kidnap child. Guess how many previous arrests/convictions he has…
KIRO7 News reported on November 14 that a man was attacked walking on downtown Seattle. He doesn’t remember the attack that caused him to hit his head on the concrete wherein he lost conscious for 40 minutes.
The victim, IT worker Young Kim, doesn’t remember the attack. He was confused when he woke up in an ambulance.
For some reason, the above video’s audio is not playing properly – even on YouTube.
From the KIRO7 story:
“I ask to them what happened? They say, someone hit, someone attack me and then that’s why I’m going to the hospital.”
The victim continues: “I heard many story in the Seattle downtown I never expecting it to happen to me.”
KIRO7 apparently learned that two tourists were knocked unconscious in downtown Seattle by a man later arrested and charged. No confirmation was given if there was any connection between these incidents and the attack on Kim.
Kim says, “I’m very scared when I walk the street.”
Well, you should be. You should be very, very afraid to walk the streets of progressive-run Seattle.
If you have any intention of visiting Seattle, I suggest you change your plans.