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Seattle’s Crime Fighting Superhero

In a scene right out of the movie “Defendor”. a Seattle crime fighting
“super hero” Phoenix Jones saw a fight over the weekend and went to
break it up. And just like Woody Harrelson’s character in ‘Defendor’,
Phoenix Jones got his ass mopped and dropped, ending up with a broken
nose.

But the caped crusader has no intention of ending his
mission of crime fighting. Oh no, as a matter of fact he has a crew of
crime fighters with him.

There’s Buster, Dee, No Name, Troop and Phoenix.

“I
don’t go around and look for people who park their car wrong,” Phoenix
tells KOMO “I do acts of violence — I physically saw you assault
another person and I intervened.”

That’s just how he ended up
getting his nose broken. The police want these amateurs to hang up their
capes for good, before one of them gets seriously injured.

“Does Superman get his ass kicked?” one detective said. “These people should not be called superheroes.”

“They
insert themselves into potentially volotile situations. And they
themselves end up in trouble.” says Detective Mark Jamieson

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