Albuquerque City Council takeover


POSTED: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 - 10:06am

UPDATED: Thursday, May 8, 2014 - 8:00am

Protesters took over Albuquerque, New Mexico's city council meeting Monday.

The meeting erupted just after 6 p.m. with protestors standing and calling for police chief Gorden Eden's arrest. Eden and deputy chief Eric Garcia quickly left the council chambers.

Councilwoman Klarissa Pena tried to reason with protestor before protestors rushed the bench.

"We cannot have our people being shot in the streets," shouted protestor Nora Anaya.

Anaya took over the council president's seat and gavel, proclaiming the first "people's council" was in session.

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This is what should have happened in El Paso, as the El Paso City Council pulled out their baseball caps that they already had., and cost the El Paso Taxpayers 70 something million dollars and loss of publicly owned buildings in the process.
You know the story.

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