Local government officials showed up to check on social distancing compliance.
A jazz band arrived to play for about 20 or 30 minutes.
It was an interesting crowd.
While the music played I went downstairs for a closer look at the damage.
This room was the most impacted.
Seen from inside.
Glass had been smashed wherever possible.
This building was hidden behind a fence.
Here's the view when you arrive.
This shows both sides of the fence.
Inside, they've set up this canopy in the middle, where the jazz band is playing. The guys on the right are hired goons.
A demolition sign.
Back to the band.
Because of the strong backlighting, the only way to photograph them was from the side.
I think in this one they're actually performing.
A foldable phone records the performance.
The hired goons surveilling the sit-in.
Another look at them and their tent.
Later there was a standoff where everyone started filming each other.
In the other building, I had a look at the CCTV system.
On the way out, there was a car parked across from the exit, likely watching.
I saw a pretty large bus wall on my way home.
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