Three Black Lives Matter devotees were convicted on federal charges after a series of vandalism and arson attacks. The three BLM activists tried to frame conservatives and “Proud Boy” members for their crimes.
One of the criminals, John Wesley Wade, was out on bond for Wendy’s arson in Atlanta at the time. John Wesley Wade was charged with burning down the Wendy’s restaurant following the death of Rayshard Brooks who was shot by a police officer after a struggle in the parking lot.
Via The Post Millennial.
A group of Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters were convicted on federal charges after attempting to frame the Proud Boys for a series of vandalism and arson attacks the far-left extremists carried out on Atlanta police vehicles and United States Postal Service property during the lead up to the 2020 presidential election.
John Wesley Wade, 35, Ellie Melvin Brett, 37, and Vida Jones, 19, were arrested in late October 2020 on federal charges in connection to the string of incidents.
The suspects tried to frame the Proud Boys by leaving notes near the sites of vandalism that read “Stand By,” a reference to when former President Donald Trump told the right-wing group to “stand back and stand by” after he was asked to condemn white supremacist militias during the first 2020 presidential debate.
At around 12:50 am on Oct. 2, 2020, several fires were set at the West End Post Office located at 848 Oglethorpe Avenue. One fire was set within a bin of mail on the loading dock of the Post Office building itself, destroying much of the mail and damaging other property in the possession of the US Postal Service. The other fires damaged five USPS vehicles that were parked in the secure, enclosed parking area.
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A group of violent #BLM rioters who carried out a campaign of arson & vandalism in Atlanta to frame the Proud Boys & Trump supporters have been convicted in federal court. #Antifa groups called the prosecution “repression” against their comrades. #HateHoax https://t.co/Zc3EllYH8n
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