In a very emotional interview, Stephanie Wilford, a disabled Minneapolis resident decried the destruction of her city.
I live in that high rise right back here, and I had seen them as they came down Lake Street, but then they turned and started coming over here, and I’m sitting out looking out my window.
These people did this for no reason. It’s not going to bring George back here. George is in a better place than we are. And last night, I’m going to be honest, I wish I was where George was because this is ridiculous.
These people are tearing up our livelihood. This is the only place I could go to shop, and now I don’t have anywhere to go. I don’t have any way to get there.
..If they had got in that building, there’s no telling where they would have hid to stay safe and try to mess with us inside the building because we’re handicapped.
And I’m not trying to use handicap as a crutch, but there are certain things I can and cannot do. And for them to do what they did last night was just stupid, it was ignorant, now what are you going to do? Where are you going to shop at? Half the people probably don’t even live in Minnesota. They don’t care.