"… And it seems fair to suppose that booze served as fuel to help fire up a boisterous part of the crowd. Yet as an explanation, it offers pitifully little insight as to what turned some 400 people into a fervent mob. It cannot be ignored that the violence targeted uniformed personnel, specifically those who responded first to the accident. Neither the government nor the mainstream media has ventured to draw any link between the sudden display of rage and the dire state of rights for migrant workers. Rioting is not dissent, but the two things often share common cause."