Small Businesses Fight Back Against Rioters and Negligent City Officials

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A diner in Minneapolis, near the police station that was abandoned during the George Floyd riots in 2020, is suing the city for $4.5 million. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and others made the decision to abandon the station, which encouraged the rioters to go further. Other small businesses across the country are filing similar lawsuits because there is an expectation for law enforcement to do their job, instead of standing down and allowing destruction. Ultimately, city taxpayers will pay any settlements.

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16 days ago

“city taxpayers will pay any settlements” Only if the complainant is not filing against the mayors in their personal capacity for violating their contract [the constitutions]