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We reported on Saturday about the shooting of two people in the “no-cop” Seattle CHOP zone. One young 19 year old demonstrator died and another was in critical condition in intensive care.

But according to police when they tried to respond to the scene of the shooting, they were met with resistance from the angry leftists.

Officers attempted to locate a shooting victim but were met by a violent crowd that prevented officers safe access to the victims. Officers were later informed that the victims, both males, had been transported to Harborview Medical Center by CHOP medics.

The man some has styled a “warlord,” Raz Simone, then posted this video which appears to be of him yelling at paramedics for, according to him, not responding to the scene of the shooting. Simone denies being a ‘warlord.’

Warning for language.

Now we can’t verify that’s the timing of the video, but Simone clearly doesn’t see the problem the zone has created for them.

Paramedics will not be sent into the scene of an active shooting unless the scene is secure. The only way that is secured is by police. But Raz’s buddies blocked the police from getting to the scene, according to the police. They later found the two men had been taken to the hospital by CHOP people. So maybe Raz needs to look to his own actions and those of his compatriots. It’s not the fault of paramedics.

Maybe it’s not a good idea not to keep the police out or claim to be your own country/autonomous? Maybe there are actually things you need them for? That this very bad social experiment may have contributed to this young man losing his life?

Raz claimed they were not autonomous, despite that being included within their original name of the area.

One would hope.

But not holding out a lot of hope. This was how the CHOP ‘medics’ left the hospital after bringing in the man who died and the other man who was wounded.

HT: Twitchy