Studio 2.8, Westlake Park Seattle, September 29, 2019, Jamal Williams Jailed by Seattle Police
This Studio 2.8 photography photograph was produced on Sunday September 29, 2019 at downtown Seattle's Westlake Park, where a group of Seattle Republicans held a political rally and march. A group of Seattle area anarcho-communists counter-protested, including numerous participants in the Seattle area anarcho-communist domestic terror cell network known as the "Antifa Black Bloc" (sic).
In this Studio 2.8 photograph, an infamous Seattle area anarcho-communist political protester named Jamal Williams was arrested by a group of Seattle Police officers after the officers decided that his conduct was beginning to endanger other protesters, and passersby on the 4th Avenue sidewalk (see sidewalk in the video clip below).
The Seattle Police Department's arrest of Jamal Williams occurred less than ten minutes after Williams had acted out without having been arrested inside the enclosed Westlake Park area proper. The Seattle Police officers who were stationed along 4th Venue didn't have similar patience with the conduct Jamal Williams exhibited. To arrest Jamal Williams, several Seattle Police officers scooped Williams up by his arms and legs and carried Williams to their waiting jail transport van. The arrest of Jamal Williams caused a massive ruckus in which dozens of police officers created multiple layers of cordons around their paddy wagon van, as the mostly communist political counter-protesters swarmed forward and repeatedly shouted "Let him go! Let him go!".