How about 16 people getting arrested for fighting at a nonviolence concert.
I can't make stuff this ironic up, folks...
SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) - Montgomery County police say 16 people were arrested after a fight broke out during a concert held to promote nonviolence and to remember a Silver Spring teen killed last year.And lest anyone forget, Tai Lam was murdered by Hector Hernandez, a gang member and one of those illegal aliens that the Maryland legislature works overtime to coddle and hide from federal authorities. In fact, Hernandez was charged only a few weeks prior with carrying a concealed weapon, but thanks to Maryland's sanctuary policies, he was released to get another gun so that he could murder an American who would doubtless be alive today had Hernandez been deported following that first arrest.
The free Stop the Violence youth concert was held Saturday night on Ellsworth Street in downtown Silver Spring in memory of 14-year-old Montgomery Blair High School student Tai Lam, who was shot to death in November.
Police say fighting broke out near the stage toward the end of the concert and at least one person resisted arrest. Police say 16 adults and juveniles were arrested for offenses such as assault and disorderly conduct.