Studio 2.8 at Political Rally and Counter Protest in Seattle's Cal Anderson Park where a Dress Wearing Male Protester Kicked A Metal Police Barricade
In this series of Studio 2.8 photographs, and in the two Studio 2.8 video clips below, which were produced by Studio 2.8 photography and videography during a political rally and counter protest held at Seattle's Cal Anderson Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, a bearded man who wore a women's mini-dress and women's ballet slipper style flat shoes, kicked and knocked down the metal barricade that Seattle Police Department officers had erected before the event began.
The political rally where these Studio 2.8 photographs were produced was organized by a group of Seattle Republicans who obtained a permit for the event from City of Seattle's government. Most of the counter-protesters appeared to be associated with the anarcho-communist domestic terror cell network that has become a significant presence at nearly every political event in Seattle, regardless of who plans or organizes a political event there. The gray haired, bearded man, who was attired in a black women's mini-dress, and black women's ballet slipper style shoes, was not arrested by the Seattle Police despite the man's apparent attempted criminal property destruction. As the altercation between the anarchist and communist counter-protesters and numerous armed Seattle Police officers escalated, the bearded man in the black women's mini-dress simply walked away, leaving the anarcho-communist counter-protesters, some of whom wore "Black Bloc" masks to hide their identities, in a shouting match standoff with armed members of the Seattle Police Department.
The first brief Studio 2.8 video clip below, in which a man in a black mini-dress kicked down a metal police barricade, was created by a small helmet mounted GoPro "Action Cam" video camera.
The second brief Studio 2.8 video clip below, in which a man in a black mini-dress kicked down a metal police barricade, was created by a small shoulder mounted GoPro "Action Cam" video camera.