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The huge crowd surrounded a restaurant where diners were eating on Friday night. Many look terrifed as demonstrators smashed the customer's glasses in front of their faces, broke plates, overturned chairs and chanted at them to get out.
She admitted that the video looks 'scary' and she had felt 'fear' in that moment.
However the experience has not affected her 'wholehearted' support for the Black Lives Matter movement and Victor has participated in marches since then.
In general, people can't use a citizen's arrest for misdemeanors unless the misdemeanor involves a breach of the peace. Even in these circumstances, however, individuals can only make arrests when they've personally witnessed the criminal behavior and the breach has just occurred or there's a strong likelihood that the breach will continue.
Disturbing the peace, also known as breach of the peace, is a criminal offense that occurs when a person engages in some form of unruly public behavior, such as fighting or causing excessively loud noise. When a person's words or conduct jeopardizes another person's right to peace and tranquility, he or she may be charged with disturbing the peace.
originally posted by: ThatDamnDuckAgain
a reply to: tamusan
"Let's try raising awareness by stampeding through a restaurant, intimidating people that want to have a little time-out from all the COVID-crap, smashing things and shout "BLACK. LIVE. MATTERS. That will help our cause, surely!"