Unarmed London Police Run Away From Terrorists – Citizens Defend Themselves

Unarmed London Police run away from terrorists, leaving the citizens to defend themselves. How did they do it? By throwing chairs at the terrorists, of course.

Per The Guardian:

Guardian reporter Lisa O’Carroll is at Borough Market, where she says multiple stabbings have been reported:

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Witnesses said they saw two men stabbing people outside the well-known Roast restaurant in Borough market. A chef from the nearby Fish restaurant said: “I saw two guys with big knives downstairs outside Roast. They were stabbing people. The police were running away, they were community police. They were normal officers, they were running away.

“The guy with the knife was killing two people. We were shouting ‘stop, stop’ and people threw chairs at them. Police came and shot straight away.”

Another staff member from Fish said: “I saw two people in Breadhead bakery, they had blood on them, they were civilians. I never expected to see this happen here.”

Neither wanted to give their names.

Unarmed London Police Run Away

Unarmed London Police Run Away From Terrorists

According to reports, the first police officer on the scene was armed with a baton. He was immediately stabbed in the neck and face.

We will be following this story and provide details for the situation in London as they become available.


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