Caroline Dennewith and Les Voros-Bond appeared shaken and were occasionally teary during an interview Monday. They were talking about the previous day's intense encounter outside their business, Dorky's Arcade, involving Black Lives Matter activists, which was followed by a social media storm.
Caroline Dennewith and Les Voros-Bond appeared shaken and were occasionally teary during an interview Monday. They were talking about the previous day's intense encounter outside their business, Dorky's Arcade, involving Black Lives Matter activists, which was followed by a social media storm. Peter Haley Staff photographer
Caroline Dennewith and Les Voros-Bond appeared shaken and were occasionally teary during an interview Monday. They were talking about the previous day's intense encounter outside their business, Dorky's Arcade, involving Black Lives Matter activists, which was followed by a social media storm. Peter Haley Staff photographer

Tacoma arcade owner faces storm of shame for ugly tirade at civil protest

August 10, 2015 07:09 PM

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