This is Chris Walker from Mansfield.
He plays on the semi-pro football team the Bay State Bucs who’s really into protesting, and seems to think it’s OK to destroy private property while “protesting” because….KKK.
Last month he apparently attended a black lives matter riot in Boston and brought home a trophy from it.
One of his friends warned him that sharing a picture of a stolen state trooper’s hat probably wasn’t the greatest idea, but according to him, “ain’t no crime here.”
Yea, I’m not sure if they can prove it’s a crime, but this video of Chris attending the “peaceful protest” sure won’t help.
“I’m gonna take these piggies down the old town road. Can’t no piggy can’t tell me nothing.”
The turtle rider who sent in the tip thought it might be related to this.
But that was July 13, and the hat was posted on Facebook on June 1, the day after the Boston riots. Either way, if you’re gonna steal from the MSP you probably shouldn’t document it like this. Just sayin.
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