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    Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott is backing his team when it comes to the players’ decision to kneel during the national anthem. During a Zoom meeting with reporters on Wednesday, McDermott said he is “always going to support" his players. NFL IS ‘WORKING’ TO HELP COLIN KAEPERNICK ‘LAND A SPOT,’ LEAGUE EXEC SAYS   “If you look back at how we’ve handled prior experiences, how we’ve handled it in the last couple of months here, that we are always going to support our players,” he said, according to Buffalo News. “We’re always going to respect their position on things. And then we’re also going to do our part in listening and trying to educate ourselves, following it up with love. …...
    According to various reports, an auto-shop owner whose store just outside the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, known either as “CHAZ” or “CHOP,” called 911 multiple times on Sunday night after a protester allegedly got into the store, stole cash and lit a counter on fire, but police and the fire department never showed up, even though a mob broke down the fence guarding the store and demanded that the owner release the suspect. The owner of Car Tender, John McDermott, told KIRO 7 News that he received a call after the suspect shattered a window, then set fire to the front counter. McDermott said the suspect poured hand sanitizer on a cassette tape, yanked the film out, poured hand sanitizer...
    Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said Monday there is no “cop-free” zone in the city after to a local business owner said he called 911 more than a dozen times when protesters vandalized his business but police never showed up. “There is no cop-free zone in the city of Seattle,” Best said. “I think that the picture has been painted in many areas that shows the city is under siege. That is not the case.” Best was referring to the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP), previously called the Capital Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), a six-block area near downtown Seattle where police abandoned a precinct amid escalating tensions with George Floyd protesters. John McDermott, who owns an auto shop just outside of...
    Seattle business owners claim a man occupying the Capitol Hill Organized Protest, or CHOP, broke into their auto repair shop and set a fire, but despite more than a dozen 911 calls, police never arrived. John McDermott is co-owner of the auto repair shop Car Tender, which sits on 12th Street, just outside the perimeter separating the seized six or seven blocks protesters previously called Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, or CHAZ. He and his son, Mason McDermott, told news outlets they were alerted when someone smashed a window and got inside the auto shop Sunday night. But despite calling 911 around 19 times, they claim neither police nor fire personnel ever arrived at the scene, which grew violent into Monday morning...