Klayman: What Racism When Black Youth Continue to Destroy Miami Beach With Vandalism, Theft, Assaults, Murders, Guns, Alcohol and Drugs?
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By Francisco Alvarado in Miami Beach, Florida
March 29, 2021
On Sunday, the second night of an emergency 8pm curfew in Miami Beach's Art Deco Cultural District, a police squad came upon a large crowd of spring breakers having a good time on 8th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, a residential area just west of Ocean Drive, the city's famous street where the annual party usually takes place.
According to a police report, approximately 500 people had gathered in the streets and the sidewalks wreaking havoc. They stomped on top of cars, causing roofs to cave in and windshields to shatter. They danced, drank booze and smoked marijuana. Just the type of rowdy behavior often associated with college students decompressing from a long semester of classes.
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