Seattle Protesters Tried Using Quick-Dry Cement To Seal Precinct Door

They’re going to run out of jail cells for these nut-jobs. Luckily they’re idiots.

SEATTLE — An Alaska man has been formally charged in connection with an incident earlier this week in which protesters tried to set fire to the Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct building after using a fast drying concrete compound to try and lock the building’s occupants inside.

Desmond David-Pitts, 19, was charged with arson during a hearing in federal court in which he appeared via video conferencing. The judge appointed a public defender to represent David-Pitts, who is facing a prison sentence of up to 20 years and a fine of up to $250,000.

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