'Justice does not equal violence:' Business owner in Raleigh will rebuild, with community help
The owner of a downtown restaurant found windows smashed, furniture damaged after riots followed a protest about the treatment of George Floyd by police. He gave WRAL News a tour of the damage and outlined his plans to rebuild.
Thank you. So they destroyed the TV's. The windows hedged out the doors. The furniture losses went over the furniture. We're not gonna be able to use them. This door's completely destroyed. Even reached out all the way to the class up there and destroyed it. Here's the stone. One of the stones that next on they did here. Open toaster. Gosh, you just alluded. The place, All the ring. Some for that. The cooler. You notice that they bombed the cooler and took the brother out of it. All the tension here. Gloves as you see completely down. No drink. Right this way. Yes. I think this is not the way. Take Severus justice. Just this does not equal violence. I was with them. Participated with my Children, protesting with them. I did not expect this to happen to my store being part of the community members