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After rioters set fires and two police officers were shot on Wednesday night, a 9 p.m. curfew was strictly enforced in Louisville on Thursday. Black Lives Matter rioters smashed the windows of businesses on Thursday and threw a flare inside the city library. A short time later, the curfew was strictly enforced with those refusing to leave being arrested and taken to jail.

The roaming mob found refuge at a church that opened its doors to demonstrators in an attempt to deem the riot a religious gathering and circumvent the curfew. Only minutes later organizers were threatening to beat up all the white people who didn’t leave immediately.

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