One article by POLITICO expounded on the arrest of Riley Dowell, the "non-binary" child of House Minority Whip Katherine Clark (D-MA). Dowell, who was born male and named Jared, was charged with assault following an altercation with a police officer. The non-binary protester allegedly spray-painted anti-law enforcement messages such as "no cop city" and "all cops are bastards."
The Gateway Pundit also mentioned that several Antifa who occupied the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center for months were not exactly from the Dogwood City.
A PJ Media report said 22-year-old Antifa protester Francis Carroll allegedly lit a police cruiser on fire on Jan. 21. He hailed from Kennebunkport, Maine, a posh compound also known as the location where the Bush family's summer home is located. Carroll is said to be the scion of a multimillion-dollar family, living in his parents' mansion before going down to Atlanta.
Independent journalist Andy Ngo also noted in a piece for the New York Post that Carroll was among six people arrested and charged with domestic terrorism, aggravated assault and other crimes on Dec. 13 following a string of property attacks around the area, a carjacking and assaults on officers. The six were all bailed out by activists who crowdfunded their legal defense using Twitter. (Related: Finally: Cops arrest five Antifa members and charge them with domestic terrorism.)
Two other Antifa members were revealed to have hailed from lives of privilege and luxury.
Idaho native Serena Hertal was charged with domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, and criminal trespass in Atlanta. She reportedly graduated from Pitzer College in Claremont, California – where a year of study costs $82,000.
Nevadan Ivan James Ferguson also went east just to interfere with the safety of Atlanta. The 23-year-old clarinetist, who has performed with orchestras along the West Coast, studied at the swanky San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
Back in September 2020, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) arrested seven rioters in Manhattan – and later tweeted their mugshots. Later reports revealed that the suspects came from privileged backgrounds.
Clara Kraebber, one of the protesters arrested, is the daughter of an architect and a child psychiatrist who own a second home in Connecticut. Elliot Rucka from Portland, who was charged with rioting, is the son of comic book writers Greg Rucka and Jennifer Van Meter.
Twenty-seven-year-old Etkar Surette of Brooklyn, who spent summers in Europe as a child, was also among those arrested. Adi Sragovich, meanwhile, had been an accomplished jazz musician and student activist before her arrest.
Freelance art director Frank Fuhrmeister, who was charged with rioting and possession of a graffiti instrument, boasts of an extensive portfolio and collaborations with several high-profile brands. He studied fine arts with a concentration in photography at Florida State College at Jacksonville, according to the Post.
Model Claire Severine, signed to the We Speak modeling agency at the time, was charged with rioting. She frequently flew to Canada and Ireland for modeling gigs, but later settled in New York City to "pursue a career in acting."
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