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Father Whose 19-Year-Son Was Killed In Seattle’s ‘CHOP’ Gives Emotional Interview: ‘They Should Have Stopped This A Long Time Ago’

Father Whose 19-Year-Son Was Killed In Seattle’s ‘CHOP’ Gives Emotional Interview: ‘They Should Have Stopped This A Long Time Ago’
Horace Lorenzo Anderson
Horace Lorenzo Anderson, whose 19-year-old son was killed in Seattle’s “Capitol Hill Organized Protest” (CHOP) zone, gave an emotional interview to Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday night where he revealed that he was not allowed to see his son in the hospital, and he has not been contacted by law enforcement about the matter.
“I’m numb, I’m still numb today,” Anderson said. “I got to bury my son tomorrow. It’s just been a lot going on. My whole thing, my whole life, man, this is incredible. To this day, it’s been almost two weeks, I haven’t heard from nobody.”
“Nobody called me or tried to find me,” Anderson continued. “His I.D. is my I.D., so his number is my number. So it’s easy to come for – the detectives to say, excuse me, knock on my door, excuse me, let me tell you what happened about your son. I don’t know nothing. I had to find my son, they wouldn’t even let me see my son that night. It took me a whole week before I could see my son.”
“I went to the hospital and they said that we couldn’t see him. They just said we couldn’t see him,” Anderson continued. “When I go there, I’m going there, I’m looking for a detective, somebody tell me something. When I get there, there’s nobody. The hospital was blank. It’s silence. I’m going, what’s going on? So I go ask the lady, and she tells me hold on. So I wait. I couldn’t go in. I’m waiting for a long time and then I finally — she tells me to come in and then the doctor tells me, the only thing he tells me is my son is deceased.”
Anderson said that Seattle’s authorities “should have been stopped this a long time ago.”

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