Peasants riot in Atlanta for Section 8

August 13, 2010
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The peasants are revolting! At least that’s what it seemed like Wednesday morning when a crowd of 8000-10,000 gathered at the Tri-Cities Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia, and fights broke out. They were all there to apply for Section 8 vouchers. The crowd had been amassing since Monday, and at a certain point, the police decided to dispatch a riot squad. It was shortly after this that the civil unrest began. When officials handing out the applications moved to another location on the premises, the crowd rushed to get to the new location, and people were trampled. Another similar problem occurred later when the line was finally closed off. Only a few people were treated for injuries, mostly heat-related.

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