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LOL: Woman dumps ice on protesters from her apartment balcony — gets promptly evicted

 
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LOL: Woman dumps ice on protesters from her apartment balcony — gets promptly evicted
A tenant at a Louisville apartment has been evicted after she allegedly threw ice from her balcony onto protesters.

Protesters said a group was walking near Omni Hotel Tuesday night when things began falling on them.

"We're scrambling and running, you don't really know what to do," Keoni Glory said. "It did legitimately sound like gunshots and people were terrified, running. I mean the crowd instantly dispersed."

Glory said he grabbed a camera and looked up, taking photos of a woman throwing ice off her balcony at The Residences at the Omni.

"And we see it again and it's just a shower of ice," Glory said.

Michael Dockter said he was right near Glory when they realized what was falling from the sky.

"So you're looking at 20 plus stories up and I'm not talking about little ice chips you get out of the machine," Dockter said. "They were pretty large cubes, like chunks, like baseball size."

Within a day, the Lincoln Property Company who manages the apartments said they have evicted the woman protesters say is responsible for the ice.

"We are deeply saddened and disappointed by the recent act of aggression against the peaceful protesters outside of our community," they said in a statement. "Our team and community stands together to serve and support each other and will not tolerate these harmful actions. As such, the resident has been evicted."

The Omni Hotel, which does not manage the apartment, also released a statement, saying they support Lincoln Property Company's decision.

"We do not condone violence, and acts of aggression toward peaceful protesters will not be tolerated,” Kristen Cadenhead with Omni Hotels said.

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Re: LOL: Woman dumps ice on protesters from her apartment balcony — gets promptly evicted
should of been moltan lead
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Re: LOL: Woman dumps ice on protesters from her apartment balcony — gets promptly evicted
A tenant at a Louisville apartment has been evicted after she allegedly threw ice from her balcony onto protesters.

Protesters said a group was walking near Omni Hotel Tuesday night when things began falling on them.

"We're scrambling and running, you don't really know what to do," Keoni Glory said. "It did legitimately sound like gunshots and people were terrified, running. I mean the crowd instantly dispersed."

Glory said he grabbed a camera and looked up, taking photos of a woman throwing ice off her balcony at The Residences at the Omni.

"And we see it again and it's just a shower of ice," Glory said.

Michael Dockter said he was right near Glory when they realized what was falling from the sky.

"So you're looking at 20 plus stories up and I'm not talking about little ice chips you get out of the machine," Dockter said. "They were pretty large cubes, like chunks, like baseball size."

Within a day, the Lincoln Property Company who manages the apartments said they have evicted the woman protesters say is responsible for the ice.

"We are deeply saddened and disappointed by the recent act of aggression against the peaceful protesters outside of our community," they said in a statement. "Our team and community stands together to serve and support each other and will not tolerate these harmful actions. As such, the resident has been evicted."

The Omni Hotel, which does not manage the apartment, also released a statement, saying they support Lincoln Property Company's decision.

"We do not condone violence, and acts of aggression toward peaceful protesters will not be tolerated,” Kristen Cadenhead with Omni Hotels said.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77949928


I hope the police also issued her a citation.
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Re: LOL: Woman dumps ice on protesters from her apartment balcony — gets promptly evicted
A tenant at a Louisville apartment has been evicted after she allegedly threw ice from her balcony onto protesters.

Protesters said a group was walking near Omni Hotel Tuesday night when things began falling on them.

"We're scrambling and running, you don't really know what to do," Keoni Glory said. "It did legitimately sound like gunshots and people were terrified, running. I mean the crowd instantly dispersed."

Glory said he grabbed a camera and looked up, taking photos of a woman throwing ice off her balcony at The Residences at the Omni.

"And we see it again and it's just a shower of ice," Glory said.

Michael Dockter said he was right near Glory when they realized what was falling from the sky.

"So you're looking at 20 plus stories up and I'm not talking about little ice chips you get out of the machine," Dockter said. "They were pretty large cubes, like chunks, like baseball size."

Within a day, the Lincoln Property Company who manages the apartments said they have evicted the woman protesters say is responsible for the ice.

"We are deeply saddened and disappointed by the recent act of aggression against the peaceful protesters outside of our community," they said in a statement. "Our team and community stands together to serve and support each other and will not tolerate these harmful actions. As such, the resident has been evicted."

The Omni Hotel, which does not manage the apartment, also released a statement, saying they support Lincoln Property Company's decision.

"We do not condone violence, and acts of aggression toward peaceful protesters will not be tolerated,” Kristen Cadenhead with Omni Hotels said.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77949928


Not sure you can evict in a day. Maybe a month or three. With a court order.





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