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Manufacturer to Leave Minneapolis After Its Plant Was Burned by Rioters

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    A manufacturer in Minneapolis whose plant was burned down by the BLM / ANTIFA rioters has announced that it will rebuild somewhere other than that city. Kris Wryobek, owner of 7Sigma, a leading company in the production of high speed rollers used in printing which had his plant burned down by rioters said he had never even considered moving the business which has been established since 1987 anywhere else but due to the failure of city officials to respond to the violent riot attacks, he will not rebuilt there now.

    Wryobek not only complained about lack of police protection but that once the fire started, a fire truck sat there in the street and did nothing to fight the fire.

    https://www.startribune.com/manufacturer-that-burned-during-mpls-riots-plans-to-move-out-of-the-city/571104922/

    This is probably the first in what will be a long line of departures, and it is sad for the community, as they will be losing jobs. This is the community harm done by BLM / ANTIFA and their riots.


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