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Raging anarchist asks crowd to 'keep it down' while he calls mom

Seattle, WA - According to reports, a raging anarchist in Seattle's Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) asked fellow warriors to "keep it down" while he called his mom on Friday night.

Billy Anderson, from Boise, Iowa, began shushing the crowd around 8:30 p.m. on Friday, just as the protesters occupying six-blocks in downtown Seattle decided to destroy some police property in the East Precinct.

Billy was heard saying, "Hey, brothers and sisters? I need to call my mom real quick and she thinks I'm on a mission trip. If you could just keep it down for like five minutes, that would be awesome."

Witnesses say the crowd obliged and a few other anarchists took the opportunity to call their loved ones and let them know they were doing fine at grandma's house or wherever they were supposed to be.

Anderson ended his call around 8:36 p.m. and quickly rejoined the crowd to break some windows and torch some police documents.

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