Across six city blocks near downtown Seattle, city streets have transformed. The police have abandoned their east precinct, on orders from city leadership. Now, armed civilians stand at barricaded entrances. But without clear leadership or purpose, the demands of those who want change is being muddled. Follow us inside Seattle's 'autonomous zone.'
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