First, let me say I am surprised that federal charges were brought against these domestic terrorists but I am not convinced they will actually face justice. I have no doubt that the US Attorney handling the case is diligent about their job but what happens when a phone call comes in from the corrupt DOJ? Will they fold like a cheap card table?
Four antifa and BLM activists are under arrest for multiple crimes including explosives charges. Of course when you have over 120 consecutive nights of rioting, only having four facing charges seems a bit unbelievable.
Portland police brought a lot of charges against rioters but Portland DA Mike Schmidt dropped all of the charges. Portland is well on its way to becoming a ghost town.
A 19-year-old who was arrested and accused of dismantling a card reader and intercom in the driveway of a federal building in Portland late last year had a suspicious bottle inside her backpack that drew a response from the city’s bomb squad, federal authorities say.
The bottle’s label warned: “DO NOT OPEN CONTAINS: U-DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE TRIETHYLALUMINIUM WILL IGNITE IF EXPOSED TO AIR,” next to a hand-drawn colored Hazmat placard, according to a federal complaint.
It wasn’t until days later that authorities learned the purported explosive was a hoax.
Rowan L. McManigal, the 19-year-old who federal agents say was carrying the bottle in a backpack that night, was interviewed days later and admitted the bottle only contained water and was “meant to waste people’s time,” if arrested, Federal Protective Services agent Micah Coring wrote in the complaint.
Richard Timothy Hernandez stands accused of three counts of destruction of government property. He is accused of throwing 13 objects at the windows of the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse late March 13 into early March 14.
This was just hours after the feds dismantled the fence Trump built around the courthouse for safety’s sake. The new administration is not concerned with safety.
Tracy Lynn Molina, 48, is accused of failing to comply with a lawful order outside the ICE building and assault against a police officer. Molina has been arrested multiple times and faced an entire range of charges.
Schmidt dropped all but one charge for which she posted bail of $400 but she never showed up for her court date, yet she was allowed to walk again even after the federal charges.