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Antifa Members Arrested in Atlanta are White and Five Aren’t Even From Georgia

Antifa Members Arrested in Atlanta are White and Five Aren’t Even From Georgia

This is the second time in over a month authorities have arrested Defend the Atlanta Forest members for domestic terrorism. Only two out of the 11 are from Georgia.

The six Antifa thugs associated with Defend the Atlanta Forest arrested for lighting up Atlanta, GA, and damaging businesses are white, and five aren’t even from Georgia.

Fuzzy wrote about the Saturday riot on Sunday. She mentioned how most of the activists aren’t from Georgia.

Now we have their pictures.

The charges:

Nadja Geier
24-year-old from Nashville, Tennessee
1. Pedestrian in Roadway – Misdemeanor
2. Willful Obstruct LEO – Misdemeanor
3. Riot – Misdemeanor
4. Unlawful Assembly – Misdemeanor
5. Criminal Damage 2nd- Felony
6. Arson 1st Degree- Felony
7. Interference w/Gov Property – Felony
8. Domestic Terrorism- Felony

Madeleine Feola
22-year-old from Spokane, Washington
1. Pedestrian in Roadway – Misdemeanor
2. Willful Obstruct LEO- Misdemeanor
3. Riot – Misdemeanor
4. Unlawful Assembly- Misdemeanor
5. Criminal Damage 2nd-Felony
6. Arson 1st Degree- Felony
7. Interference w/Gov Property-Felony
8. Domestic Terrorism-Felony

Ivan Ferguson
23-year-old from Nevada
1. Pedestrian in Roadway -Misdemeanor
2. Willful Obstruct LEO- Misdemeanor
3. Riot- Misdemeanor
4. Unlawful Assembly -Misdemeanor
5. Criminal Damage 2nd-Felony
6. Arson 1st Degree- Felony
7. Interference w/Gov Property-Felony
8. Domestic Terrorism-Felony

Graham Evatt
20-year-old from Decatur, GA
1. Pedestrian in Roadway – Misdemeanor
2. Willful Obstruct LEO- Misdemeanor
3. Riot -Misdemeanor
4. Unlawful Assembly-Misdemeanor
5. Criminal Damage 2nd- Felony
6. Arson 1st Degree-Felony
7. Interference w/Gov Property -Felony
8. Domestic Terrorism-Felony

Francis Carrol
22-year-old from Kennebunkport, Maine
1. Pedestrian in Roadway-Misdemeanor
2. Willful Obstruct LEO- Misdemeanor
3. Riot- Misdemeanor
4. Unlawful Assembly-Misdemeanor
5. Criminal Damage 2nd- Felony
6. Arson 1st Degree-Felony
7. Interference w/Gov Property-Felony
8. Domestic Terrorism-Felony

Emily Murphy
37-year-old from Grosse Isle, Michigan
1. Pedestrian in Roadway- Misdemeanor
2. Willful Obstruct LEO- Misdemeanor
3. Riot-Misdemeanor
4. Unlawful Assembly-Misdemeanor
5. Criminal Damage 2nd-Felony
6. Arson 1st Degree-Felony
7. Interference w/Gov Property-Felony
8. Domestic Terrorism-Felony

The terrorists are associated with others who want to stop the construction of the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, which they dub “Cop City.”

On January 18, the far-left activists in this autonomous zone opened fire and shot a Georgia State Trooper. Officers returned fire and killed the gunman.

So the activists demanded people participate in “Night of Rage” on Friday. It took place on Saturday instead but did not last long.

In December, authorities arrested five Defend the Atlanta Forest members for domestic terrorism. Four of them are white, and only one is from Georgia. Richard Porter said the group threw stuff at him, “including a ‘gas bomb.’” The bomb hit his truck, and he had to flee as the fire destroyed his truck.

Porter said it seemed like they didn’t care if he was in the truck or not, as it burned.

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Albinos? In some African cultures. they are considered a delicacy, as are babies in some South East Asian cultures, as are fetal-babies in some Western cultures.

    n.n in reply to n.n. | January 23, 2023 at 8:17 pm

    Lower the Rainbow banner, a symbol of albinophobia, a politically congruent cult of white minority discrimination, fear, and loathing… with affirmative exclusion of black and brown.

It is a shame that Richard Porter was not armed.

Another important thing they have in common is that they’re all losers.

    CommoChief in reply to UJ. | January 23, 2023 at 11:06 pm

    Losers or casualties in the culture war? There’s a whole lot not to like in contemporary society. Many of us comment about that here. These folks were radicalized in steps by the general cultural failings that made them receptive, then indoctrinated into an ideology, finally turned into violent agents of that ideology. That doesn’t excuse them but I would imagine that most of these Antifa weirdos didn’t come from from intact, stable, loving two parent normal households where traditional values of hard work and delayed gratification were emphasized.

    There’s the better part of the coming generational cohort who didn’t have that background either. Add the indoctrination of K-12 then University. Add the reality of a mostly useless degree choice and a load of debt. Couple that with easy access to Rx and illicit drugs. This group isn’t as unusual a bunch as we would like to believe. There’s lots of people vulnerable to the siren call of these sorts of radical, violent movements who lack meaningful purpose in their lives. The charismatic ideology fills that the void and the basic longing to be part of something outside of and larger than ourselves. Again that doesn’t excuse them but it may be part of the explanation of why they exist and why more are coming.

    mailman in reply to UJ. | January 24, 2023 at 4:55 am

    Who somehow manage to come from wealth more often than not. The other thing that ties these “losers” together is their love of f99king children.

I didn’t realize this nonsense was going on to this day. I thought the issue was dealt with months ago.

Why the hell hasn’t the Governor swept in with the guard and just uprooted these troublemakers?

Shiftless, idle, coddled, lazy and ingrate Dumb-o-crat brownshirts. I’d be amazed if any of these thugs and narcissists had ever held a private sector job for any substantive length of time.

Cosplaying as neo-communist “revolutionaries” is their path to self-perceived relevance.

    Free State Paul in reply to guyjones. | January 23, 2023 at 11:56 pm

    They’re winning and you’re losing.

    Who’s relevant, Pal?

      “Winning?” I wouldn’t give them that much credit. That said, obviously, the current regime ensures that federal law enforcement treats these terrorist-punks with kid gloves. That will change when the GOP wins the White House and installs new leadership at FBI and DOJ, ensuring that Dumb-o-crat terrorists are harshly dealt with.

        Dolce Far Niente in reply to guyjones. | January 24, 2023 at 11:34 am

        Sadly, you still believe that the GOP is somehow different from the Dems in some fundamental way. History should tell you differently.

        Do you recall when Trump was elected and the house and Senate were majority GOP? Did anything change as far as the make-up of the federal bureaucracy and its power structure? Or was it the same old power masters doing the same old thing?

        Possibly you forget the 4 year lies and deceit from the DOJ/FBI/CIA crew, none of which was hampered in the least by the GOP.

          CommoChief in reply to Dolce Far Niente. | January 24, 2023 at 2:10 pm

          The base voters of the GoP are very different than the base voters of the d/prog. The stated policies of each party are quite different. Don’t forget or under play the importance of that blue/red cultural difference.

          The GoP political leadership and the d/prog political leadership …..not so much. Both groups largely respond to powerful outside groups and interests. The establishment players of both major parties have a good deal of overlap in the day to day governance of the Nation. They have a grift going and they want it to continue. Solving problems the voters care about diminishes their ability to keep their phoney baloney jobs and all the perks that come with it.

          You’re unfairly drawing a broad assumption from a very specific statement that I made.

          All I stated is that a President DeSantis’s DOJ (or, another GOP President), with new FBI leadership installed, will prosecute Dumb-o-crat terrorists, harshly, the way they should be.

          I understand the FBI/DOJ as currently formulated, is utterly corrupt. I don’t need a lecture or a reminder from you, on that score.

Free State Paul | January 24, 2023 at 12:04 am

The Regime can track down J6 protesters using cellphone data and social media for YEARS in order to jail them without bond, torture them, drive them to suicide. Yet it can’t identify and stop these cretins?

If you can’t understand who’s the pawn and who’s the king, you don’t belong in the game.

Someone or organization is funding them, they don’t look to be very gainfully employed

It is maddening how people with absolutely NO reach or influence what so ever are the ones who get permanently banned from Twitter for incitement while Antifa arranging groups are allowed free reign..and this happens even now! Quite maddening indeed.

Forgive me, but doesn’t Antifa’s organizational and operative characteristics more or less fit the description of a militia?

Steven Brizel | January 24, 2023 at 8:42 am

Let them rot for a while in jail

BiteYourTongue | January 24, 2023 at 9:29 am

I see the DNC has raised its ugly head again. Antifa, is nothing but the KKK in black hoods instead of white hoods.

Not from GA? Jeez. What a surprise.

Couple of them come from very wealthy families also. If they were my kids I’d have security around the house with very liberal enforcement guidelines.

Silly me. I thought police reform advocates were in favor of police getting more training.

I didn’t think they were referring to the kind where everyone sits in the room with an overpaid “diversity” speaker droning on directly from a powerpoint and no one learns anything.

BierceAmbrose | January 24, 2023 at 4:50 pm

It’s like their a coordinated national organization.

No worries. I’m sure the FBI is on these internal terrorist insurrectionists.

Ms. Chastain – what are the conditions of bail? Are the non-GA residents allowed to leave GA? Where are they now? Who is their counsel?