Here they are:
All Cops Are Burnt. A C A B!
Happy birthday Eric! pic.twitter.com/T6k1q9hJBk
— Katt Purrington (@ThatgirlKatt) April 27, 2014
PHOTO: "the only good cop is a dead cop." Poster spotted by city today, relates to 6:30 #SeaMayDay protest. pic.twitter.com/lsK61gMfCP
— Lindsay Cohen (@lindsaycohen) May 1, 2014
#SeaMayDay graffiti starting to show up. pic.twitter.com/vATNqrWGFm
— Meg Coyle (@MegCoyleKING) May 1, 2014
Well, that was dumb.
UPDATE: From Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant's statement on May Day:
I strongly oppose violence and property damage. These tactics play into the hands of the police and the political establishment who aim to discredit and undermine our struggles. Violence undermines the immediate needs of immigrants and working people, and especially puts our undocumented sisters and brothers at risk of arrest and deportation.
I also oppose the provocative statements and actions of the Seattle Police Department in relation to May 1st. The Seattle Police are acting in a repressive, anti-democratic manner along with the corporate owned mass media who are attempting to whip up a polarized state of fear. The Seattle Police have a unfortunate track record of violence and cracking down on activists and using pepper spray indiscriminately (including on journalists), which has been rampant during prior May Day events. I appeal to those young people and activists who are protesting the Youth Detention center to not fall into the trap of the police and instead act in a peaceful manner and join the mass, non-violent demonstration for immigrant and workers’ rights.
Let’s make May Day 2014 a day they will never forget—the day when immigrant and U.S.-born sisters and brothers stand together and shout from the rooftops against inequality and racism.