Another Violent BLM Arsonist Who Started Fires in St. Paul High School During Riots Is Given Probation — While J-6 Protesters Rot in Prison Without Trial or Human Rights

A second violent Black Lives Matter arsonist was given probation for lighting a St. Paul high school on fire during the 2020 George Floyd riots.

Mohamed Hussein Abdi torched Gordon Parks High School in St. Paul during the riots in the summer of 2020.
The arson was caught on camera.

The Department of Justice gave him 5 years probation.

Abdi’s accomplice, BLM criminal Jose Felan, fled to Mexico after the riots.

There are currently dozens of January 6 protesters locked up in prisons around the country for committing non-violent crimes. They have lost all their human rights and are being held indefinitely without trial.

Julie Kelly notes that the government pushed for leniency due to Abdi’s immigrant class.

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