DETROIT (WWJ) - For more than an hour Friday morning, a section of southbound I-75 looked pretty much like a parking lot.

Motorists were riding the brakes along the freeway near Mack Avenue in protest of the state’s financial takeover of Detroit.
“We are non-violent. We are not going to respond to any kind of violence or anger,” said Bullock. “But the people’s’ anger is just symbolic of our disappointment of the fact that democracy is under attack in Michigan.”
Bullock says Detroit’s financial situation would not be quite so dire of some powerful people paid up.

He claims his group has documentation that shows that there’s $800 million owed to the city of Detroit by various corporations including prominent business leaders.
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