The protests in New York City aren't just on the streets, they are seemingly in the police radios. The last few days, as police aggressively acted on peaceful protesters (there have been no reports of looting for days), some protestors began stealing police radios in an act of protest and jamming them with music.
One such song is Judas Priest's "Breaking the Law," and it was caught on the airwaves.
Loudwire points out that the Twitter account @USAProtests revealed last night that around 9:13 local time, a stolen radio was playing the Judas Priest classic.
They even had the reciepts:
Other songs over police radios across the country include the obvious choice of N.W.A., and some less obvious choices like Wesley Willis and Tay Zonday.
Wesley Willis on Chicago police radio : pic.twitter.com/DaWCyhHlhR
— 50Ft Blake of the DARK ORDER (@50FootBlake) June 2, 2020
THE CHICAGO POLICE RADIO IS BEING HACKED AND CHOCOLATE RAIN IS PLAYING LMAO pic.twitter.com/XWqKJZTjap
— Plotfi (@Plotfilol) June 1, 2020