Sadly, tent city funding will continue. The tent cities are dangerous, overcrowded and the people in charge are not responsible or professional. It is feared that they will become dumping grounds for societies most vulnerable people such as the mentally and physically handicapped, the elderly and families with children. The discretionary rule which allows Share to discriminate against the disabled and against those they dislike also remains.
According to an infiltration operative loyal with Mainestategop who stayed at TC-6 At the Admin Building and TC-5 in Interbay near Ballard since February 2016, the State of Washington has already begun using the tent cities as dumping grounds for discharged patients and paroled felons since August. One of these unfortunates is a man who is called 86 because he suffers from Borderline intellectual functioning syndrome and has an IQ of 86. His real name is not known.
86 is 28 years old, had lived with his mother in Spokane and who died and is a ward of the state of Washington. He was originally ward of his mother but when she died the state took over. He was incarcerated at Eastern state hospital then dumped in Tent city 5. It is not known what the guardian appelate did to his house and belongings but it is assumed they were all liquidated. When 86 arrived at TC-5 he had only a backpack with clothing, another backpack which had a few objects such as a checkers board, Jigsaw puzzle and backgammon board, a bible, a portrait of his mother, a few children's books and his stuffed bunny rabbit named Fuzzy muffin. 86 was in a deteriorated and sorry state when he arrived.
86 was not liked by the tenants of TC-5 because of his behavior and disability and was ostracized. He often cried at night and had trouble adjusting. He also complains of the cold and has been attacked by Tent city residents twice, a man and a woman. Both of them were evicted from the tent city. The residents voted to evict him on several occasions but Scott Morrow forbade it since his guardian forced them to let him stay under threat of a suit and that they would not receive fundin.
An unfortunate incident happened at TC-5 when volunteers from Shoreline Unitarian church served lunch to its residents. a TC-5 member stole Fuzzy Muffin from 86, ripped its off his head and put ketchup on it claiming he did so because he was annoyed by funny clicking sounds he made with his teeth and tongue and because he hated the disabled. 86 freaked out and the incident outraged campers even those who hated 86 which lead to a large scale fighting and rioting that spilled over into the street and a residential neighborhood nearby.
Seattle police and a SWAT unit was called in to disperse the rioters who then looted and attacked two businesses, set fires at the construction site near TC-5 and damaged someone's home. It lasted for less than an hour and tenants except for 3 people dispersed as soon as SWAT arrived. The Tent city was closed by Scott Morrow and the SPD for two days. Many innocent TC-5 residents were mistakenly identified as participants of the riot were arrested by Ballard and Seattle police, evicted and banned from all share services. They were cleared but many of them are still banned from Share and Share activities. Police charged 8 people with vandalism, assault, disorderly conduct and arson.
86 was hit in the face by a TC-5 member and was traumatized but was okay. He and Fuzzy Muffin were taken to the hospital and held in the Psychiatric ward. The event was barely covered by local media even though it lasted for almost an hour and involved a hate crime on a person with disabilities.
86 was discharged from the hospital and placed in TC-7 on Goat hill near downtown and the Unitarian church in Ballard offered to buy him another stuffed bunny. He refused and was seen at TC-7 with Fuzzy Muffin's head duct taped together talking to himself. SHARE residents blame 86 for the riots and wanted him banned from Share but 86's guardian threatened Scott Murrow and Share with a lawsuit if they did not allow 86 to stay. It was probably one of the conditions for reopening the indoor shelters and receiving funding.
After SHARE indoor shelters were reopened, Scott Morrow disregarded the discretionary rule and forced residents of the shelter at St. John Lutheran church on 33rd and Phiney near the zoo to accept him. He was evicted one week later after residents voted in survivor council style meeting to kick him out. The reason is not clear why but there are three different rumors, one, that he wet the bed, the other because he urinated in the toiled incorrectly, and third that during a weekly meeting a motion to evict him was made and seconded.
86 was last seen at TC-3 in Northgate and Olympic Hills. His condition is not known at this time only that he is hardly tolerated and is not at all liked by anyone in share. He is also exempted from doing chores due to his disability. He has also been denied entry into all the indoor shelters who blame him for the riots at Ballard and is not welcome in any of them.
So, its business as usual for share aside from a few changes. More of the same. lazy bums who wont work and get paid our money while we work, the disabled denied shelter and left to freeze this winter while we pay them to keep them out, that's fine with Seattle by the way. Money going to filthy nasty icky tent cities full of criminals and insane, a literal human landfill in parts of Seattle and lets not kid ourselves, the illegal aliens will be back to haunt Share and Seattle will allow it. After all, they get paid filling the system with people and its just another thing the wetbacks will do that we wont.
So congratulations Seattle residents on caving in to the bums and commies. Hope you have a happy holidays from those of us in New Hampshire where we believe in personal responsibility and integrity! I also hope also you're still alive because give these bums an inch they'll take a foot and a leg then a head. Poor Fuzzy Muffin found that out the hard way...