They’re not sending their best.
Federal investigators arrested Antifa arsonist Edward Thomas Schinzing this week. Schinzing faces 20 years in jail.
Officials made the arrest after noticing his name was tattooed on his back.
One of the guys who set the fire in the Portland Justice Center, Edward Thomas Schinzing, has been arrested. He faces 20 years in federal prison. They identified him because he has his surname tattooed on his back.
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 29, 2020
According to OregonLive Schinzing was on probation for beating his girlfriend in front of her 8-year-old son.
He was on probation for a domestic violence assault at the time the fire was set in the Justice Center.
Schinzing was sentenced April 16 to five years of probation after he was found guilty of third-degree assault and attempted fourth-degree assault, admitting he had punched his girlfriend in the face with a closed fist in front of her 8-year-old son in a Northeast Portland apartment in late February.
According to Multnomah County court records, Schinzing reported being homeless for the past two years. He has seven prior misdemeanor and two felony convictions.