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Two Measly Arrests in WA Longshoremen Union Mob's Attack
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Notice how eerily silent the civility police have been about the fallout from last week’s union mob violence, kidnapping, and sabotage at the port in Longview.

I told you on 9/8 to “expect slaps on the wrist for the vandalism, violence, and destruction at the port” because “Washington state has a history of coddling those who sabotage ports there.”

See, I told you so:

Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Deputies announced they had made two arrests Monday evening following a contentious standoff last week at a Longview grain facility that saw violence, vandalism and numerous confrontations between police and union members.

Ronald Patrick Stavas, 45, was arrested Monday night on a “probable cause statement,” according to a press release from the Sheriff’s office. He was taken into custody without incident.

Deputies said Stavas was booked into the Cowlitz County Jail on four felony charges including burglary in the first degree, assault in the second degree, intimidating a witness, and sabotage.

Stavas is the unhinged dirty mouth caught on camera by TV station KGW:

The second culprit:

Also arrested on Monday was Shelly Ann Porter, age 39, of Longview.

She was charged with criminal trespass in the second degree as a result of the blocking of the train on Wednesday, September 7. She was booked and released on this misdemeanor charge and is scheduled to make an appearance in Cowlitz County District Court.

Yes, they can…get away with wrist slaps.

The union thugs bring out the brass knuckles. The law combats them with…tickle feathers.

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Unions