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Morriss commends residents, police for civility during national upheaval

September 3rd, 2020 by WCBC Radio

While many cities large and small across the county have been experiencing civil unrest and often times violent classes between law enforcement and protesters in the streets, that has not been the case in Cumberland. Even nearby Bedford experienced two separate shooting incidents just last week- Cumberland Mayor Ray Morriss praised city police and the community for maintaining civility during a number of large scale organized protests and marches.  What has happened in Cumberland, he says, has been the text book definition of peaceful protests with mutual respect being demonstrated…

2 Responses to “Morriss commends residents, police for civility during national upheaval”

  1. September 03, 2020 at 11:24 am, Tom Mace said:

    these people are not protesters,they are rioting and they are acting in accordance with anarchist in an attempt to disrupt the Presidential election. You do not burn down buildings,and you do not kill innocent people when protesting.

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    • September 03, 2020 at 12:52 pm, DPM said:

      > LMAO!!! Yea, that’s right!! I hear they’re still digging through the smoldering rubble of burned out downtown looking for bodies after that horrible, vicious, and violent BLM rally in Cumberland last month!!! smh.

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