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A Security Guard Is Murdered, Another Assaulted as Flash Mob Robbers Turn Deadly

A Security Guard Is Murdered, Another Assaulted as Flash Mob Robbers Turn Deadly

Retired police officer Kevin Nishita was killed after being shot by an assailant(s) who attempted to steal KRON4’s news equipment as they filmed from the scene of a flash mob looting incident in Oakland, CA.

Though the so-called “experts” suggest people shouldn’t call flash mob looting “looting” because it’s allegedly only used to describe “people of color or urban dwellers” who are engaging in such behavior (it’s not), that is indeed exactly what’s been happening at an elevated level especially in states like California over the last couple of weeks.

Unfortunately, things took violent and deadly turns last week when security guard Kevin Nishita, who was providing armed security for KRON4 on behalf of Star Protection Agency, was shot Wednesday as an assailant(s) tried to steal the news crew’s equipment while they were filming from the scene of a prior flash mob looting incident in downtown Oakland. Sadly, Nishita died early Saturday morning:

The victim is Kevin Nishita. He leaves behind a wife, two children and three grandchildren. Nishita worked as an armed guard for Star Protection Agency.

Prior to working as a guard, he served as a police officer at the Oakland Housing Authority, Hayward Police, San Jose Police, and the Colma Police departments.

A reward of $32,500 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest.

Understandably, KRON4 reporters were devastated as were law enforcement officers who Nishita worked with in the past:

The Oakland police department has released a photo of the alleged vehicle involved in the shooting, which they hope will help them catch the killer:

Here’s a KRON4 news report on Nishita’s death as well as information about the car police are searching for:

In another violent incident, a security guard was assaulted Wednesday after a flash mob of looters crashed a Nordstrom’s department store at Topanga Mall in Los Angeles:

The attack happened around 6:45 p.m. when a group of five suspects committed a smash-and-grab at the Nordstrom store and ran out with items that included about 7-8 expensive purses. At least one of the suspects was described as wearing an orange wig.

They assaulted and used bear spray on a security guard during the robbery, police say. The security guard was treated by paramedics and is expected to be OK.

The suspects fled in a newer model gray Ford Mustang.

Here’s the report CNN filed on that incident and several others that have taken place in California:

In another disturbing incident, looters crashed a Home Depot in Lakewood, Ca. Friday and stole items that could potentially be used in other “smash and grab” robberies, like hammers, sledgehammers, and crowbars.

Two Best Buys near Minneapolis were also ransacked by flash mob looters on Friday.

The incidents are too numerous to mention in one piece but they all have one common denominator: The vast majority are happening in Democrat-run cities/states. In California in particular, some are blaming the spike in crimes involving “smash and grabs,” other robberies as well as the rise car break-ins on “woke” District Attorneys who tend to take lenient approaches towards the accused/convicted that other prosecutors have acknowledged have only led to more crimes and more victims.

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It’s time we made the left pay for saying this is just people surviving.

Democrats will ignore this as it doesn’t fit their narrative 🤬🙄

    A handmade tale contorts and mutates to fit the narrative, and establish a consensus through publishing, steering, and socialization.

    mbecker908 in reply to mailman. | November 28, 2021 at 1:33 pm

    Given that the “news” media feeds the frenzy and is nothing less than the publishing arm of the Democrats, they should not be allowed security, especially armed security.

    I feel bad for the family of the officer. I would feel substantially less bad for the media “personalities.”

It pains me to write this but maybe this is the gut punch that the media actually needs to treat this problem for what it really is, organized crime. The same media needs to out from behind the curtain of wokeness and openly mock and ridicule those who are downplaying this organized crime.
These stories just became very personal to at least one media outlet in the Bay area.

    TX-rifraph in reply to buck61. | November 28, 2021 at 10:55 am

    “Media” is an abstract concept so it cannot become personal to the media. It IS personal to many of the people who worked with Nishita but it is not personal to the sociopaths who are the executives. Leftists care about power not people.

    He is a person of color… Asia (Russians, Indians, etc. excluded) with white privilege or a White Asian-American. A handmade tale will be spun, then, published, steered, and socialized to smooth the transition.

    Colonel Travis in reply to buck61. | November 28, 2021 at 1:02 pm

    If you think at least one media outlet in the Bay area will now see the light and change its coverage, you are mistaken.

    gonzotx in reply to buck61. | November 28, 2021 at 3:25 pm

    The media doesn’t care

    They. Couldn’t. Care. Less.

    And if they did, it’s not “their” decision to stop making propaganda.

    Not in a billion years, any more that the Nazi inner circle rethought their genocidal insanity while cowering in the bunker in Berlin waiting for the end. The Narrative is sacred and anyone who disputes is a blasphemer.

    The Joseph Goebbels media will enter the gates of Hell screaming about their supposed absolute moral and intellectual superiority, and their inalienable right to genocide anyone who disagrees with them.

No doubt this is going to continue to escalate – in frequency of occurrence and scope of goods taken.

The internet makes it ever so easy to organize (flash mob) as well as dispose of the goods.

Eventually business will either depart or adapt (posting armed guards, having buzz-doors to for entrance/exit).

In a way, this is like graffiti – once it starts happening, it never goes away and the locals just accept it.

    Voyager in reply to Doc-Wahala. | November 28, 2021 at 11:49 am

    They will depart. Armed guards don’t want to get killed over bubble gum, and certainly don’t what to have the State gunning for them if they defend themselves. And no company can survive having a it’s inventory grow legs. The “wild west” stores only survived because they could fight back against the bandits without being hung in turn.

    Just watch. In a few days the mantra will be the camera equipment wasn’t worth a life, and the next time someone goes for it, they’ll walk away with it, no fuss no muss.

      UserPeabody in reply to Voyager. | November 28, 2021 at 3:56 pm

      No, they will just quit filming. We have no business knowing what race the criminals are. Any subsequent reporting will have no description of those involved.

      Two days ago there was a shoot out in a mall in Durham, NC between two rival gangs. The reporters were not allowed to mention the word “gang” so they stated that it was between two groups who knew each other. Probably the Hatfields and McCoys.

      TheOldZombie in reply to Voyager. | November 28, 2021 at 4:34 pm

      Yep. Armed guards are useless because they can’t actually use their weapons except if their life is in danger.

      If you passed a law making it legal to use deadly force against robbers than and only than would armed guards be worth hiring.

One more thing – sure, the DA offices and those who want to abolish bail have contributed to it. But that’s just part of it. See, it’s not just the absence of assured punishment which motivates them to do this. Something else has changed.

Remember last summer when there so many riots and the elites on tv were saying the businesses aren’t really victims because they’re insured?

Now there is a full generation acting on that. They’ve been told over and over the business has insurance. And mix that with being told the theft only hurts PROFIT and PROFIT is evil.

Yeah, there’s a new mindset and it’s going to swell fast. So let’s not think this will forever be a “dem-city” problem.

Mob-loot is going to spread.

Every new crime type spreads.

The one thing I do expect – the response will be different between red and blue states.

    Sanddog in reply to Doc-Wahala. | November 28, 2021 at 3:14 pm

    Except they’re not insured against shoplifting. If someone breaks into a business after hours and clears them out, insurance comes into play but when a person or a group of persons enters, takes merchandise and walks out during normal business hours, it’s a loss that’s passed onto the the consumers and the employees.

      randian in reply to Sanddog. | November 29, 2021 at 5:15 am

      Except they’re not insured against shoplifting

      From how they’re hands are framed it looks like they had weapons. That’s not shoplifting, it’s armed robbery.

        civisamericanus in reply to randian. | November 29, 2021 at 1:22 pm

        “From how they’re hands are framed it looks like they had weapons. That’s not shoplifting, it’s armed robbery.”

        The difference between those is 10 or 20 years in prison (noting that shoplifting is a violation or misdemeanor punishable by no more than 1 year, and armed robbery is a violent felony) and Federal gun laws add a 7 year sentence for brandishing a firearm during the latter.

    MajorWood in reply to Doc-Wahala. | November 29, 2021 at 12:16 pm

    I have insurance and it holds 15 rounds.

Elective abortion exceeds the “bag limit”.

Most of these stories come from CA. When are East Coast Democrat-controlled cities gonna get their share of smash-n-grab?

Equity, man, equity!

Mostly peaceful _________. Full in the blank. Now mostly peaceful murders. At least that station now knows …but can they remember?

    Antifundamentalist in reply to alaskabob. | November 28, 2021 at 12:36 pm

    I’m willing to bet that local station isn’t locally owned. Anyone who insists on remembering will be quietly let go under a nondisclosure agreement tied to their termination settlement.

    UserPeabody in reply to alaskabob. | November 28, 2021 at 3:09 pm

    Mostly peaceful _________.

    Mostly peaceful place to live is in some remote part of Alaska 100 miles from the nearest outpost.

      alaskabob in reply to UserPeabody. | November 28, 2021 at 5:08 pm

      That would be most of Alaska outside the Railbelt. Alaska as a whole is mostly peaceful because of the shear number of firearms in the State. I witnessed an accident with the offender running away… had in car video and contacted the police at the crash site. As we are getting into specifics… the cop ask if I am carrying… yes and tapped over the area. No problems… I love Constitutional Carry.

I am appalled at how quickly people rush to judgment to declare “smash and grab looting” just because a few shoppers smashed, grabbed and looted an upscale store and made a quick escape without paying. Obviously the result of their white supremacist sense of entitlement. Hey! They just forgot to pay! Okay? It happens!

If we are going to saddle everyone who forgets to pay with the “looter” label, what does it say about us as a society?

Sorry, just trying to see what it feels like to say stupid things our leaders insist on saying. It hurts.

The Friendly Grizzly | November 28, 2021 at 12:16 pm

MY QUESTION: what do the thieves have in mind for the stolen equipment… wait. I know. They will make rap videos with it.

Antifundamentalist | November 28, 2021 at 12:33 pm

If it becomes too expensive to run businesses in California, businesses will close their doors. Haven’t they figured it out yet?

    Anyone remember the leftist cries of “food deserts”?

    That would be areas where food stores have suffered so much crime that they close down leaving entire neighborhoods without a source of food.

    And somehow that is the fault of those evil capitalist store owners.

“It’s called living in a big city.” Seth Rogen, 2021.

    henrybowman in reply to Stuytown. | November 28, 2021 at 5:11 pm

    “Sometimes you just have to take the beatdown,” right? Nishita did the right thing. He gave his Asian nationalist life without defending it, for the promulgation of anti-racism and the black race. It is no more or less than what they expect all of us to do.

    And, speaking of taking the beatdown:

    “Self-defense law expert Andrew Branca [cheers erupt] has proposed “Kyle’s Law” as a way to prevent political show trials of people who, evidence shows, were lawfully defending their own lives.”

When the recall effort failed, there were always going to be consequences….like this one. California is well on its way to becoming a failed state. We know this because of its ever shrinking middle-class. At some point, other larger corporations will follow Tesla’s lead and leave for greener, safer pastures. Then, even the upper-class will abandon the state leaving only those who either work for the state or are too poor to leave themselves.

When the government takes over the looting will stop.

To clarify. Nobody gets to loot the government treasury except the politicians. Come on man.

If Will Tran and Maureen Kelly and the rest of KRON4 really believed what they say, they would realize they work for a genocidal propaganda organization and resign immediately. By constantly plumping for BLM terrorism KRON4 had a hand in Kevin Nishita‘s murder.

SPOILER ALERT: the little Eichmanns at KRON4 won’t quit. The Narrative must be protected.

Crickets from the media and the vile Dhimmi-crats, whenever innocents are murdered by rampaging criminals “of color.” Surprise, surprise.

    pwaldoch in reply to guyjones. | November 29, 2021 at 8:08 am

    And what the heck is 1 lone security guard supposed to do in a mob situation? If this were Afghanistan or Iraq, the military would have sent a full squad of armed soldiers.

civisamericanus | November 29, 2021 at 1:14 pm

BLM has nothing to say because (1) Kevin Nishita was not Black and (2) he was a cop which are two reasons his life didn’t matter to BLM.

If you are a Black police officer, you become a N-word to BLM (this is on audio of a BLM protest in which this epithet was directed squarely at a Black police officer) and a “pig,” noting also that they did not say David Dorn’s name either.

Turns out BLM doesn’t like Jews very much either as shown by Patrisse Cullors’ statement, while representing BLM, about ending the imperialist project known as Israel. Disagreement with Israel’s policies is not anti-Semitic but denial of the right of Israel to exist is.

On another note, robbery, unlike larceny (property-only crime) is a violent felony that can be resisted with deadly force. Robbery by mobs (multiple assailants) underscores the need for handguns with 15-round magazines and AR-15s with 30-round magazines, along with training as to when you can and cannot legally use them.

On yet another note, when is Kamala Harris (who raised bail money for so-called “protesters,” except protesters don’t need bail because protesting is a civil right) going to help raise money for the reward to catch the individual who killed Mr. Nishita? I won’t hold my breath waiting.

civisamericanus | November 29, 2021 at 1:26 pm

1938: “Suddenly, violence against Jews broke out all over Germany and its territories. Mobs attacked an estimated 7,500 Jewish-owned stores and businesses, breaking windows and looting.”

2021: Flash mobs rampage, break windows, loot stores, destroy people’s livelihoods, and murder people. Same old trash, just from a new dumpster (and those are not the words of which I am thinking).