This Studio 2.8 photography gallery of photographs was produced on the evening of Thursday July 2, 2020, in front of the Seattle Police West Precinct in Seattle on Virginia Street between 8th Avenue and 9th Avenue.
Seattle Police Department
In this Studio 2.8 video, watch Seattle Police procedure and safety protocol during an arrest in downtown Seattle, WA during the 2020 COVID19 corona virus crisis. This Studio 2.8 photography video was produced in downtown Seattle at the intersection of 3rd Avenue and Pike Street in the heart of the Seattle "drug dealer central", known as "The Blade" to people locally.
In this Studio 2.8 photography photo, produced on December 7, 2019 in front of Seattle's Westlake Mall, several Seattle Police officers were in the process of subduing and arresting a violent masked anarcho-communist "black bloc" participant who had been trying to attack a group of people who had marched through the downtown Seattle streets to commemorate Pearl Harbor Day. Pearl Harbor Day commemorates the U.S.
This gallery of Studio 2.8 photography photographs was produced on Sunday September 29, 2019 at downtown Seattle's Westlake Park, where a group of Seattle Republicans organized and held a political rally and march that day. A group of Seattle area anarcho-communists counter-protested the event, including participants in the Seattle area anarcho-communist domestic terror cell network known as the "Antifa Black Bloc" (sic).
In this Studio 2.8 photography photo gallery, a series of Studio 2.8 photographs produced on the afternoon of Sunday July 28, 2019 during a political rally and march held at Seattle's Cal Anderson Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington Seattle Police Department officers arrested and detained an Asian man after the Asian man assaulted one of the rally speakers, Katie Daviscourt, then entered the barricaded area and confronted people among the speaking group and refused to leave the area, all while the Asian man maintained a bizarre and quite surrealistic, socially inapp
In this gallery of photographs from the Washington Three Percent's "Liberty or Death 2" rally against fake news and media bias, held in Seattle on December 1, 2018, the rally was over and members of the Seattle Police Department were packing their gear and getting ready to go home for the day. As the sky darkened, members of the Seattle Police streamed out from inside the Seattle City Hall building where they had been preparing for their work at the event and where they had stowed their personal gear during it.
In this photograph is Seattle Police Department Sergeant Hylton providing his business card after he communicated that his Lieutenant had declared the Antifa and Black Bloc counter protesters too dangerous, that they were "a threat to public safety", and that therefore he couldn't allow media to enter their area to photograph. There had already been an incident within the area when photojournalist Andy Ngo had entered and an infamous Antifa counter protester named Jamal Williams had indirectly threatened that Andy Ngo was going to be killed.
Either the Seattle Police Department, or the Federal Department of Homeland Security, positioned a .308 caliber AR-10 type rifle, with a long range sighting scope, on top of the King County Administration Building. The police sniper had a wide view of both the "Liberty or Death 2" rally, which had a permit from the city, and the mostly Marxist/Communist/Antifa counter protesters. The mostly Marxist/Socialist/Communist counter protesters were corralled at the southwest corner of 4th Avenue and Cherry Street, with an extensive cordon of Seattle Police officers surrounding them on all sides.
In these two photographs taken at the "Liberty or Death 2" rally against fake news and media bias, held in Seattle on December 1, 2018 by the Washington Three Percent, compare the posturing and positioning of the Seattle Police Department officers, as a large number of officers faced and surrounded the counter protesters, while a much smaller number of officers were present near the main rally, facing away from the main rally, and not actually near the main rally or its attendees.
In this Studio 2.8 photography photo from August 18, 2018, produced at the "Liberty or Death" gun rights rally held in downtown Seattle at the Seattle City Hall by the Washington Three Percent, Seattle Police Department officers formed a dense sentry line cordon in Fourth Avenue facing violent communist extremist counter protesters on the 4th Avenue sidewalk.
In this photograph from May 1, 2015 in Seattle, captured near dusk during that year's May Day Anarchist / Block Bloc protest and city street mayhem, a large group of Seattle Police officers formed a bicycle barricade across Olive Way just east of the Olive Way bridge over the Interstate-5 expressway, where Olive Way crosses into downtown Seattle. Moments after this photograph was taken, Seattle Police opened fire onto the large crowd of "Anarchist", mostly masked "Black Bloc" protesters, with sonic stun grenades and so called "blast ball" grenades.