Thursday, September 24, 2020

Two Cops Shot by Breonna Taylor Protestors in Louisville as NLG 'Mass Defense Committee' U-Haul Truck Supplies Rioters with Weapons


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Two Cops Shot by Breonna Taylor Protestors in Louisville as NLG 'Mass Defense Committee' U-Haul Truck Supplies Rioters with Weapons. While the BLM crowd was marching in Louisville, a U Haul truck pulled up with shields and supplies for the group to use. Footage showing a U-Haul truck full of 'riot supplies' being unloaded ahead of protests in Louisville has raised questions about the organizers behind the demonstrations, which turned violent after nightfall, with two cops there shot and wounded. 'Shields, we got shields!' Video emerges of 'riot supplies' being unloaded from U-Haul truck in Louisville hours before two cops are shot during violent protests.

DEMOCRATIC ANTIFA ARMY: the National Lawyers Guild 'Mass Defense Committee' Legal Eagle Observers was finally been exposed with arrest of Molotov tossing Attorneys Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman. Federal prosecutors alleged that Mattis and Rahman attempted to distribute Molotov cocktails to protesters before they were arrested, according to the New York Post. Prosecutors referenced photographic evidence of the attempted distribution taken by a witness. For decades the National Lawyers Guild 'Mass Defense Committee' has been the backbone and support network for radical groups from the SDS, Weather Underground, Occupy and now Antifa. When SDS collapsed in 1969, the Weather Underground stepped forward, inspired by communist ideologies and embracing violence and crime as a way to protest the Vietnam War, racism, and other left-wing aims. “Our intention is to disrupt the empire ... to incapacitate it, to put pressure on the cracks,” claimed the group’s 1974 manifesto, Prairie Fire. By the next year, the group had claimed credit for 25 bombings—including the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon, the California Attorney General’s office, and a New York City police station.

The National Lawyers Guild Mass Defense Committee (MDC) is a network of lawyers, legal workers and law students providing legal support for political activists, protesters and movements for social change. MDC members in chapters across the country provide trainings, assistance in setting up temporary legal offices and legal support structures, and materials for supporting activists engaged in mass protests. Mass Defense Support The National Lawyers Guild can provide the following legal help to progressive organizations: “Know your rights” trainings/workshops; Meetings with, and advice to, organizers about protest actions, and legal consequences; Legal Eagle Observers at protests and other actions; Help with setting up and running jail and bail support programs; Legal representation in case of protest arrests, ALL FREE OF CHARGE. If interested, please go to and find the NLG chapter nearest you. If the chapter has a website listed, click on the link and look for “Request Legal Eagle Observers” or “Mass Defense” and the local chapter will respond based on capacity. If no website is listed, please email the listed chapter person and CC Some local NLG chapters operate Legal Support Hotlines. If you’re planning an action with a high risk of arrest, contact your local NLG chapter ahead of time if you’d like to request Legal Eagle Observers or other forms of demonstration support. If you’ve been arrested at a political demonstration, you can call legal support hotlines in the following areas (it’s a good idea to write the number on your body ahead of the demonstration). NOTE: These hotlines are staffed by volunteers, and operate at the request of community members. Trained Legal Eagle Observers to monitor police at protests.
New York City: (212) 679-6018
Minnesota: (612) 444-2654
Washington, DC: Operated by Law for Black Lives: (202) 888 1731
Georgia: (678) 902-JAIL

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NY Post Writes: Two NY attorneys Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman busted for throwing a Molotov cocktail through a police car window during protests in Brooklyn early Saturday were trying to pass out the incendiary devices to demonstrators in the crowd, federal authorities said Monday. Brooklyn community board member Colinford Mattis, 32, and his alleged accomplice, 31-year-old Urooj Rahman, were driving around in a tan minivan near a clash between police and demonstrators at the 88th Precinct station house in Fort Greene, federal prosecutors for the Eastern District of New York said in a detention memo Monday. A bystander snapped a photo of the pair in the car while they were allegedly trying to pass out the homemade explosive devices, according to the memo. “Rahman attempted to distribute Molotov cocktails to the witness and others so that those individuals could likewise use the incendiary devices in furtherance of more destruction and violence,” the witness later told authorities.

FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces to investigate, indict and arrest rioting Antifa members. Attorney General Bill Barr said in a statement Sunday that the Justice Department will use its network of 56 regional FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces to identify the "criminal organizers and instigators" of violence during the George Floyd protests, including Antifa and similar groups. Why it matters: Barr, President Trump and other members of the administration have pinned the blame for riots and looting over the past few days of protests against police brutality on antifa, a loosely defined far-left movement that uses violence and direct-action protest tactics. Federal law enforcement actions will be directed at apprehending and charging the violent radical agitators who have hijacked peaceful protest and are engaged in violations of federal law. To identify criminal organizers and instigators, and to coordinate federal resources with our state and local partners, federal law enforcement is using our existing network of 56 regional FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces (JTTF).

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