An antifa terrorist by the name of Cyan Waters Bass (Named after a Crayola crayon?) has been convicted of throwing a firebomb at police & setting the Justice Center on fire at a riot. He has now been sentenced to 4 years in prison for his actions in a riot by antifa in Portland. It must have come as a shock to him after so many rioters have been able to go scot-free.
Portland antifa member Cyan Waters Bass has been convicted & sentenced to 4 years in prison for throwing a firebomb at police & setting the Justice Center on fire at a riot. He’s one of the very few rioters sentenced to jail time. https://t.co/9z8TvfZncF
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) July 21, 2021
When he was arrested, police found he was carrying white marbles, a clear bottle of an unknown liquid, a black crowbar, a black slingshot, two lighters, and a black baseball cap. You know, the typical things you would expect to find on a peaceful protestor. If anyone is looking for a basement for rent, I know a woman that can rent you one for the next four years.
Bass was using the slingshot and the marbles to break out the windows out in the Justice Center, a government building that houses a police precinct. he started running away but he could not resist the urge to stop and hurl a Molotov cocktail at the police officers. Not the smartest thing to do but then again, no one ever accused any antifa member of being overly educated. He will have plenty of time to figure out what he should have done.
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From PJ Media
Cyan used the wrist rocket slingshot to damage windows in the Justice Center, a government building in downtown Portland that houses a police precinct, before using a flammable liquid to set the building on fire. The damage amounted to more than $46,000.
According to a criminal complaint from Multnomah County, Oregon, Streeter-Hillerich was filmed attempting to set a fire inside a tire that was placed on an overturned dumpster, which had been pushed against a beauty supply store. A piece of flaming material blew out of the fire, prompting Streeter-Hillerich to pick it up and put it back in place.