“It predates George Floyd,” George Washington University law professor Robert Cottrell told InsideSUSE. “But the situation in George Floyd spurred implementation.”
That situation could prove costly.
Griffin said, “I can’t look (and say) in people’s eyes like 20 years ago, ‘This (Chicago) is a great place to raise a family. It’s a great place to call home. ‘ I cannot deliver the same speech today. I may not be in good conscience.”
Even the Sacred NFL’s Chicago Bears appear to be headed to the suburbs as the team signed a purchase agreement for the Arlington Park race track, 30 miles northwest of the city.
In San Francisco, after Walgreens shut down for shameless shoplifting, residents of the city’s Marina district have turned to private security to patrol the streets and protect families.
“We don’t feel safe in our neighborhood,” resident Kate Lyons told KPIX-TV. “And we have an alarm, we have cameras on our property, but we want to have the added security of being seen in our place.”
Also, in Palo Alto’s Bay Area, a coordinated group of 11 people stormed a Louis Vuitton store and stole handbags worth $100,000.
The accused were all unarmed. They wore face coverings and were believed to be black males and females in their teens or early 20s. Similarly, police said a group of 10 people stole 43 bags worth $150,000 from a Neiman Marcus at a Stanford shopping center.