Supporters of Atlanta Rioters Demand Their Release

They have been variously described as terrorists, anarchists, thugs, criminals, and or protesters. The collection of 22 aggressors have been arrested and charged with domestic terrorism. Police claim these folks “violently overran the future site of the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, toppled construction equipment, set fire to machinery, and threw incendiary devices towards officers on security detail there.” Dozens of photos and videos in this and related posts and articles unambiguously support the assertions of the police.

Now demands are made to release these people from jail. A 51-second video embedded in the FOX 5 Atlanta Digital Team posting shows images of light being projected onto an exterior wall of what was described as the jail providing a sequential series of slogans or demands, such as “Stop Cop City,” “We Are Here With You,” “We Are More Than Them,” (excuse the incorrect grammar) and “Drop All The Charges.” Manifestly obvious is that this is a sophisticated, well-orchestrated, well-funded, and unrelenting demonstration supporting the anarchists or whatever description one wants to attribute to them.

What were referred to in this FOX article as “Stop Cop City” protesters were out in front of the DeKalb County Jail on Wednesday evening calling for the release of their colleagues. As reported, all “but one remaining in jail is from out of state.”

The activity of the allies of the jailed persons was described as “holding a vigil” outside the DeKalb County Jail late Wednesday night for protesters who were arrested Sunday at the site of the future Atlanta Public Safety Training Center.

As reported by the FOX 5 team at the scene, “it appeared someone from inside the jail lit something on fire and seemingly tossed it outside their cell’s window.” This act can be observed in the video embedded in the article.

Additional messages projected on one or building included ‘defenders of the forest’ and referencing the late Manuel ‘Tortuguita’ Teran, the so-called activist who was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting about two weeks ago. Some of the projected phrases were in Spanish, such as: “Tortuguita vive, la lucha sigue” – meaning, ‘Tortuguita lives, the fight continues.’

D & B Staff

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