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Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by Joseph_Botwinick, Aug 29, 2005.
Police Need Your Help In Capturing Beating Suspects
Seattle is a city that illustrates both the barbarity of some of it's citizens and the kindness of others.
Diners have sweet surprise for soldier, girlfriend
By Susan Gilmore
Seattle Times staff reporter
COURTESY OF CHRISTOPHER YANEZ
Christopher Yanez, a reservist who spent a year in Iraq, took his girlfriend, Liz Coleman, to Canlis on Wednesday night to celebrate their one-year anniversary.
When Chris Yanez wanted to take his girlfriend out for a special dinner to celebrate their one-year anniversary, he chose the venerable restaurant Canlis, perched high above Lake Union.
Yanez, a soldier returning from Iraq, knew the dinner would be pricey. What he didn't expect is that it would be free. And he also didn't expect that when he walked out, the place would be in tears.
I saw the video tape and it made me sick. You can bet that alcohol played a part in this. This was a drunken pack of jackals and I pray they get these losers.
That didn't work out quite well. I will try something else.
I was going to try and post pictures of the suspects, but it didn't work too well.
Larry's Greenfront is an old skid road eatery/bar and maybe 5 miles from Canlis. Don't get the connection.
Second, No one has claimed that these GIs were in uniform. Only thing the tourists would have seen is 4 black males duking it out.