...when they say they're going to burn it, they mean they're going to burn it.
Saying otherwise, is very confusing. I mean, IF those tear gas containers are at risk and liable to start a fire, then you'd not want to use a word that means to literally "burn". Rather you'd use a separate and distinct word like, "DEPLOY" but not "BURN" which means "to burn."
Anybody who defends these murderers (and make no mistake, this was a planned murder, and is standard operating procedure in situations where the police want to avoid the spotlight of a trial) would be like somebody who said the lease holder of WTC 7 saying that "to pull it" was not referring to the standard demolition term of "blow it up", but rather it meant something else.
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