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More than 6 dozen rioters face federal charges across US. We got the list here

Federal prosecutors have arrested more than 6 dozen people across the country for crimes committed during the Floyd protests.

It is good to see people are being held accountable for their crimes, but there isn’t a single charge for domestic terrorism.

There is no doubt that thousands of people have committed terrorism over the past month.

The list includes a wide range of charges from arson to murder.

We got the list from Fox news.

List of Federal Riot Cases … by Fox News on Scribd

Can you believe the most serious charge is against an Air Force sergeant accused of shooting four law enforcement officers – two of them fatally?

Fox News reported the following arrests.

Steven Carrillo, 32, allegedly shot and killed Federal Protective Service Officer David Patrick Underwood and injured another officer as they stood in a guardhouse on May 29. When investigators showed up at his house in Ben Lomond, Calif., on June 6, he allegedly opened fire, fatally striking Sgt. Damon Gutzwille and wounding at least one other deputy.

Steven Carrillo, 32, faces first-degree murder charges in the shooting death of a California deputy, authorities say. (Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office)

Steven Carrillo, 32, faces first-degree murder charges in the shooting death of a California deputy, authorities say. (Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office)

Robert Alvin Justus Jr., 30, is charged with aiding and abetting in connection with Underwood’s death – for allegedly acting as the getaway driver. The criminal complaint alleges that the two men met in an online group with ties to the “Boogaloo” movement, a loosely defined violent ideology.

Carrillo was allegedly arrested in possession of the gun – a privately made firearm with no manufacturer’s markings – used in both the Oakland and Ben Lomond shootings. (DOJ)

Carrillo was allegedly arrested in possession of the gun – a privately made firearm with no manufacturer’s markings – used in both the Oakland and Ben Lomond shootings. (DOJ)

About a dozen of the arrests involved Molotov cocktails — including those of two New York City lawyers, Colinford Mattis, 32, and Urooj Rahman, 31, accused of tossing one into a police vehicle.

Former prosecutors have come out in defense of Colinford Mattis, 32, and Urooj Rahman, 31, a pair of lawyers accused of firebombing a New York City police vehicle last month.

Former prosecutors have come out in defense of Colinford Mattis, 32, and Urooj Rahman, 31, a pair of lawyers accused of firebombing a New York City police vehicle last month.

In Las Vegas, Stephen T. Parshall, 35; Andrew Lynam, 23; and William L. Loomis, 40, allegedly planned to firebomb U.S. government buildings on May 30 before they were arrested in possession of Molotov cocktails. Investigators said they also had ties to the “Boogaloo” ideology.

Ivan Jacob Zecher, a 27-year-old convicted felon from Jacksonville, Fla., was arrested for unlawful assembly for allegedly taking part in a crowd that blocked traffic and hurled water bottles and rocks at local police. Then investigators said they found Molotov cocktail in his backpack – which counts as a firearm under federal law. Previously convicted felons are not allowed to possess firearms.

Arson attacks in cities around the country have often targeted police vehicles.

Five men in their early 20s from Gainseville, Ga., allegedly set fire to a police car outside an officer’s personal residence on June 2.

Margaret Aislinn Channon, a 25-year-old from Tacoma, Wash., allegedly torched five unmarked police vehicles in Seattle. She was identified by distinguishable tattoos spotted on surveillance video, other images at the scene and her own social media photos, according to the DOJ.

An image shows a woman raising her hands across from police – and in it tattoos on her knuckles are visible. Investigators said those tattoo matched ones they found on Channon when they searched her home. (DOJ)

An image shows a woman raising her hands across from police – and in it tattoos on her knuckles are visible. Investigators said those tattoo matched ones they found on Channon when they searched her home. (DOJ)

Federal investigators said they tracked down alleged arsonist Lore-Elisabeth Blumenthal, 33, after matching her T-shirt to one sold at an online Etsy store. She is accused of burning two parked Philadelphia police vehicles near City Hall on May 30.

Branden Michael Wolfe, 23, allegedly lit a fire at the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct building on May 28 – after officers withdrew and rioters overran the station. When investigators arrested him a few days later, they said he was wearing stolen police equipment.

Shelves were left empty after looters stole dozens of firearms from Guns, Fishing and Other Stuff, a two-story gun and outdoor recreation store in Vacaville, Calif., on June 1. (Courtesy DOJ)

Shelves were left empty after looters stole dozens of firearms from Guns, Fishing and Other Stuff, a two-story gun and outdoor recreation store in Vacaville, Calif., on June 1. (Courtesy DOJ)

Peter Fratus, a 39-year-old from Massachusetts, faces charges of transmitting threatening communications across state lines for allegedly sending racist emails to Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw.

“While the First Amendment gives us the right to express our own opinions, violent physical threats are certainly not protected speech,” said Michael J. Driscoll, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Philadelphia Division. “When someone threatens the life of another person, it’s a clear red flag and we have to take their despicable words at face value.”

Also in Philadelphia, 24-year-old David Elmakayes is accused of blowing up an ATM and possessing an illegal firearm. The city saw dozens of ATM bombings during the protests as looters attempted to break inside to their safes, which killed at least one man. Police in the city have filed local charges against at least one man, Talib Crump, for allegedly selling homemade dynamite.

Source: More than 6 dozen alleged rioters face federal charges in weeks of unrest across US



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  1. Duane swier

    June 28, 2020 at 12:16 pm

    Until America treats everyone equally their will always be racism meaning make laws for Americans..not minorities. All the programs have made people feel entitled…where is the equality if a minority has better tax incentives if you hire them. Black life’s matter want equality..yes so do Americans so get rid of all programs for minorities and make everyone equal..quit giving shit to the disadvantaged or they will always be disadvantaged cause they never have to work to pull themselfs out of their disadvantage catagory…how about making opportunities for all Americans not just different races of Americans…and if a women has a choice on abortion why doesn’t the man..a man should be able to give up his rights to a kid or demand the women have an abortion..if she don’t want to she gives up her right to get child support from him..do you know their are women from every race that have 3 or 4 dad’s to different children and are getting 6000 to 10000 dollars a month in child support and also govn housing and food stamps and get this..the latest baby daddy lives with her and lives off all the other baby daddy’s money. ENTITLEMENT..women think they are entitled to all of this when it was just a plan to be able to live high on the hog without ever having to work

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