Chief Nick Metz described in a tweet that the majority of demonstrators at the Aurora ICE Processing Center & # 39; peaceful & # 39; and that they even thanked officers

Anti-ICE protesters pull down the American flag and raise a Mexican flag over the Colorado Migration Facility and then vandalize the police banner & # 39; Blue Lives Matter & # 39;

  • Chief Nick Metz described in a tweet that the majority of demonstrators at the Aurora ICE Processing Center & # 39; peaceful & # 39; and that they even thanked officers
  • But a separate group would have separated itself from the majority, storming the barriers and bringing down the flag of Colorado and the flag of the United States
  • They then hoisted a Mexican flag instead of the state flag, while they also hoisted a damaged & # 39; Blue Lives Matter & # 39; hang up the flag instead of the American flag
  • Officers later picked up the flags and were seen lifting up Old Glory

Anti-ICE protesters went to a detention center for migrants in Colorado on Friday night and removed the state flag and the American flag before hoisting a Mexican flag and a violated Blue Lives Matter flag into place.

Head Nick Metz described in a chatter that the majority of demonstrators at the Aurora ICE processing center are peaceful & # 39; and even thanked those who & # 39; took the time to thank my police & # 39 ;.

But a separate group would have separated itself from the majority, stormed the barriers and brought down the flag of Colorado and the flag of the United States.

Chief Nick Metz described in a tweet that the majority of demonstrators at the Aurora ICE Processing Center & # 39; peaceful & # 39; and that they even thanked officers

Chief Nick Metz described in a tweet that the majority of demonstrators at the Aurora ICE Processing Center & # 39; peaceful & # 39; and that they even thanked officers

But a separate group would have separated itself from the majority, storming the barriers and bringing down the flag of Colorado and the flag of the United States

But a separate group would have separated itself from the majority, storming the barriers and bringing down the flag of Colorado and the flag of the United States

But a separate group would have separated itself from the majority, storming the barriers and bringing down the flag of Colorado and the flag of the United States

They then hoisted a Mexican flag instead of the state flag and also set a deface & # 39; Blue Lives Matter & # 39; flag up instead of the American flag.

Officers would later take down the flags and be seen how they pushed the American back.

The protest was part of the # LightsForLiberty events that took place throughout the country and was called the & # 39; March to Close Concentration Camps & # 39; on Facebook.

They then hoisted a Mexican flag instead of the state flag and also set a deface & # 39; Blue Lives Matter & # 39; flag up instead of the American flag.

They then hoisted a Mexican flag instead of the state flag and also set a deface & # 39; Blue Lives Matter & # 39; flag up instead of the American flag.

They then hoisted a Mexican flag instead of the state flag and also set a deface & # 39; Blue Lives Matter & # 39; flag up instead of the American flag.

& # 39; Join us as part of the National Action Day to close the concentration camps, & # 39; said the group on the event page. & # 39; This is the start of a national campaign to close the migrant and refugee camps in the United States. People and groups call from Denver, Aurora, Boulder, Longmont and the surrounding areas. & # 39;

At the protest chants could be heard who said & # 39; to close the camps & # 39; and & # 39; to let them all in & # 39 ;.

The group started Friday around 6 pm and started walking for 20 minutes, Fox 31 reports.

No arrest was reported.

The protest was part of the # LightsForLiberty events that took place across the country and became the & # 39; March to Close Concentration Camps & # 39; mentioned on Facebook

The protest was part of the # LightsForLiberty events that took place across the country and became the & # 39; March to Close Concentration Camps & # 39; mentioned on Facebook

The protest was part of the # LightsForLiberty events that took place across the country and became the & # 39; March to Close Concentration Camps & # 39; mentioned on Facebook

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