Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Flames for anti-immigration lawmaker's home -- Phoenix, AZ

Police are trying to find out who threw a flammable device at the home of Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's chief spokesman.

Paul Senseman's wife called police around 8 a.m. Monday to report finding a bottle that officers are describing as a molotov cocktail.

Peoria police spokesman Mike Tellef says the device hit the garage door and caused minor cosmetic damage but did not ignite the house or garage.

Police are unsure whether Senseman's house was specifically targeted because of his work for Brewer.

Tellef says police have no leads or suspects and are requesting the help of the public.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is absurd, this is a deliberate attempt to skew what really happened. The video is a loop of one 30 second incident that occurred over hours and hours of peaceful protesting of thousands of people. This was not a riot. This was one man going up to a crowd of students and saying "get out of my country". They followed him and a few out of line people threw water bottles. I'm not saying it was right, but this was NOT a riot. They did NOT target police, only the instigator.