Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-07-23 18:42:06 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – The anti-mask movement in Albuquerque this week went in a terrifying direction after protesters aimed their guns at a passing driver. Viewers wishing to remain anonymous for security reasons sent a video showing the incident in News 13.
He says he was driving south in Louisiana near Menor near the Cornado Center on Wednesday and saw a group of about 15 people protesting the mask at school. He says one of the protesters had a sign in one hand and a gun in the other.
The driver tells KRQE that he yelled at the man to put away his gun, and that’s when the protesters turned in his direction. “This gentleman was about 30 yards away. Even if he tried to shoot me, I wasn’t too worried about him hitting me. Most people are as unstable as he is. I can’t hit the target at 30 yards in the right position. There are people around and behind me. He’s likely to hit someone and I’m upset because he’s not aiming in that situation. ” The man says.
The driver believes he saw a gun on the waist of another protester, but he never picked it up while he was there. APD In News 13, the driver reported to the police shortly after the incident, but did not report it in full.
They say that the more information we have, the more we can investigate. Police first searched for a man in the area, but he was gone.
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