#BlackLivesMatter Protest Leader Gets 8 Years in Prison for Torching QuikTrip
In late December 2014 St. Louis County prosecutor’s office filed charges against 19 year-old Ferguson protester Joshua Williams for setting fire to a QuikTrip in Berkeley, Missouri.
Arsonist Joshua Williams was wearing a red sweatshirt when he was filmed setting fire to the Berkeley QuikTrip.
Williams was a popular figure at the ferguson protests.
Joshua Williams (left center) and Nicholas Austin Jackson shout at St. Louis police chief Sam Dotson (left) as he tries to give a presentation during the second meeting of the Ferguson Commission in St. Louis on Monday, Dec. 8, 2014. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
In fact, MSNBC ran an entire exposé on the frequent Ferguson peaceful protester Joshua Williams.
As GotNews reported, Joshua Williams spoke at Al Sharpton’s rally in Washington DC in December.
Sharpton flew him to Washington for the rally… in his red sweatshirt.
Joshua Williams from Ferguson was one of the top speakers at the rally.
Joshua’s speech was posted on CSPAN.
Black Lives Matter protest leader Joshua Williams was sentenced to 13 years total in prison for torching and burglarizing the Berkeley, Missouri QuikTrip.
A young man was sentenced to 13 years in prison in connection to the 2014 destruction of a QuikTrip in Berkeley.
Joshua Williams, 19, was sentenced to eight years for arson and five years for burglary in the case, according to authorities.
Police say Williams ignited the fire at the convenience drug store during protests after the death of 18-year-old Antonio Martin. The 18-year-old was shot and killed by a Berkeley police officer.