Via GWP, here is the relevant excerpt of what the AP published initially:
In the Hackney area of east London, hundreds of youths attacked shops and set fire to cars, leaving a trail of burning trash and shattered glass. Looters ducked into a small convenience store as the blackened shells of two cars burned nearby, filling plastic shopping bags with alcohol, cigarettes, candy and toilet paper.Uh, this guy perfectly exemplifies the kind of people the Tea Party is standing up against. Perhaps that's why the AP pulled the quote from its report. Let's see, the 'uprising of the working class' is code for communism. The 'redistributing (of) wealth' is the epitome of European-style socialism the Tea Party is rejecting. It then becomes indicting of his group that it's stealing food. Oh, and he's also a self-described 'anarchist' (like Bill Ayers).
“This is the uprising of the working class. We’re redistributing the wealth,” said Bryn Phillips, a 28-year-old self-described anarchist, as young people emerged from the store with chocolate bars and ice cream cones.
Phillips claimed rioters were motivated by distrust of the police, and drew a link between the rage on London’s street and insurgent right-wing politics in the United States. “In America you have the tea party, in England you’ve got this,” he said.
HERE is a link to the revised AP report.
Just to show another source that posted the original AP report, HERE you go.
Here is video of the rioting via American Glob. See if you can spot the Tea Party brethren: