Judge Orders Anti-Straight Pride Parade Antifa Thugs to ‘Stay Out of Boston’
Boston Municipal Judge Thomas Horgan
Judge Thomas Horgan on Tuesday ordered 3 out of 36 anti-Straight Pride Parade (Antifa) protesters to “stay out of Boston” after a violent clash with police over the weekend.
On Saturday marchers and protesters gathered in Boston for a “Straight Pride” march.
Hundreds of Antifa domestic terrorists gathered to disrupt the event. At least 36 far left protesters were arrested for violence.
The judge said on Tuesday at the arraignment that the Antifa thugs wouldn’t even be able to visit family members in Jamaica Plain.
Photo of the 3 cretins banned from Boston:
Photo via Boston Herald
The Boston Herald reported:
Three of the 36 anti-Straight Pride Parade protesters being arraigned today were ordered to “stay out of Boston” by a judge who said he wouldn’t even allow one of them to visit relatives in Jamaica Plain.
All three were accused of assault and battery on police at Saturday’s downtown parade, with two of them also arraigned in Boston Municipal Court on disorderly and resisting arrest charges. Others also arraigned today were told to stay out of downtown.
Judge Thomas Horgan said the three risked being put in jail for 90 days if they didn’t follow his instructions. “Stay out of Boston,” Horgan repeated when the attorney for one of the men asked that his client only be forbidden from downtown Boston so he could visit relatives in Jamaica Plain.
“They’re going to have to go visit him, then,” Horgan said.
The three are only allowed to return to the city for court dates and lawyers’ appointments, the judge added.
Benjamin Boyd, Kenneth Kraft Jr. and Timothy “Sage” Rego were each arraigned on charges including assault and battery on a cop. All pleaded not guilty to shoving cops at the parade. Kraft is from Bethlehem, Pa. The other two are from Providence. None wanted to talk to the Herald afterward. All three are due back in court Nov. 15.