Father of man killed inside Seattle’s CHOP zone files $3 billion in claims against city, county, state

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SEATTLE — The father of a man shot and killed inside Seattle’s Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) zone in June has filed three claims against local government amounting to $3 billion.

Horace Anderson, the father of 19-year-old Horace Lorenzo Anderson, filed claims Thursday against the city of Seattle, King County, and Washington state over the death of his son inside the CHOP zone.

The claim alleged that the actions and “inactions” by the local government are responsible for creating a “hazardous, and lawless situation” that resulted in the man’s death, according to a statement released by the Oshan & Associates, P.C., the law firm representing Anderson.



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