Burned Corpse Found in Charred Pawn Shop After ‘Peaceful’ Minneapolis Riots


Two months after the George Floyd riots that burned down a pawn shop, in Minneapolis, a badly burned corpse was found inside.

Police apparently received a tip about a body inside the Max It Pawn Shop and moved to search the building when they came across the man’s body, buried in the rubble.

“The body appears to have suffered thermal injury and we do have somebody charged with setting fire to that place,” Elder told the paper.

Montez Terrill Lee, 25, of Rochester, MN is already facing arson charges for that specific fire.

 

It is unknown whether he will face further charges after the discovery of the badly burned body.

According to Big League Politics, over 700 buildings, in Minneapolis, have been damaged during the Floyd riots.

A citywide survey conducted by the city of Minneapolis reveals that more than 700 buildings were either damaged, burned, or wholly destroyed in the riots that swept over the city following the death of George Floyd at the end of May.

Democrat mayors and governors across the country have allowed protests to turn into riots while ordering police to stand down and watch it all happen.

They need to be held accountable for their active participation in this violence.

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9 thoughts on “Burned Corpse Found in Charred Pawn Shop After ‘Peaceful’ Minneapolis Riots”

  1. How about having the DOJ prosecute them on Denying the citizens of their states and cities their basic rights under the Constitution by their dereliction of duty and ignoring their duties required under the law. Like aiding and abetting the rioters and looters. AT the same time let them deal with civil lawsuits that bankrupt them the way they bankrupted so many of the businesses and people that were destroyed. Hey it’s just a thought, although I’d really like to see it happen.

  2. These riots and looting have gotten way out of control. They should have been stopped in their tracks. Totally unacceptable. PERIOD. If these Mayors and Governors can’t direct the police, National Guard or the Federal Government to help arrest the problem they should be run out of town, county and state.There is no excuse for this behavior.

    1. Yes, send in the Fed to take care of it since the local government isn’t protecting the public! The government (local and federal) is there to protect its citizens. If that’s not happening, then we are in trouble. While I’m at it, I’d like to thank the police. They protect us! Yes, there are criminal activities going on (citizens being killed wrongly–no matter what color) and more whites than blacks are being killed in this. So bring in the Feds. Thank you, President Trump!

    2. Alan Johnson, I agree! the Federal Government needs to step in in the local government is not doing anything to stop these violent riots. Yes, there is the right to orderly protest. Orderly is the prominent word here! But, once people and buildings are attacked–it’s time to get the police/national guard involved. Period. By the way, thanks to the police for doing their job!! Yes, there are rogue policemen out there and something needs to be done about them as well.

  3. When did it become lawful and peaceful to commit arson, destroy people’s property and livelihood, spit at police and throw bricks and other objects at them, destroy cities, tear down works of art (statues) that depict our history,, and graffiti everything in sight among other inhuman behaviors? Where are our leaders? Seems like our president is the only person to take a stand on this problem. All of these mayors, governors and the organizers including George Soros should be locked up for their funding allowing this to happen.

    1. It’s quite redully ignored that all of persons apprehended by the police were doing something illegal at the time of the arrest. With multiple felonies. No one reports their backgrounds.

  4. When did it become lawful and peaceful to commit arson, destroy people’s property and livelihood, spit at police and throw bricks and other objects at them, destroy cities, tear down works of art (statues) that depict our history,, and graffiti everything in sight among other inhuman behaviors? Where are our leaders? Seems like our president is the only person to take a stand on this problem. All of these mayors, governors and the organizers including George Soros should be locked up for their funding and complicity for allowing this to happen.