SPLC Lawyer Arrested On Domestic Terrorism Charge In "Stop Cop City" Terror Attack
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Atlanta police arrested 23 communist Antifa terrorists on March 5 in yet another Stop Cop City riot. The terrorists burned a construction vehicle and attacked police with the intent to murder. But among the names of those arrested is one Thomas Webb Jurgens, a lawyer for the $PLC.

The terrorists were in their customary black bloc clothing and “entered the construction area and began to throw large rocks, bricks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks at police officers,” police said:

The agitators destroyed multiple pieces of construction equipment by fire and vandalism. Multiple law enforcement agencies deployed to the area and detained several people committing illegal activity. 35 agitators have been detained so far.

The illegal actions of the agitators could have resulted in bodily harm. Officers exercised restraint and used non-lethal enforcement to conduct arrests.

[UPDATE: Mugshots and Arrestee Info Added- 3/5/2023 Atlanta Public Safety Training Center Demonstrations, AtlantaPD.org, March 5, 2023]

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation charged the 23 with domestic terrorism.

The $PLC’s Jurgens can be seen below in two photos. The Daily Signal’s Tyler O’Neil helpfully found his LinkedIn page before it was erased [SPLC Lawyer Arrested in Atlanta Molotov Cocktail Riot, Faces Terrorism Charges, March 6, 2023]. 

Young Jurgens must think police are a “hate group,“ too.

GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who represents Georgia 14, will introduce legislation to declare Antifa a domestic terror group.

Good idea. We can’t wait to see New York’s Democrat Rep. Jerry Nadler claim that Antifa is a myth.

Reminder: This isn’t the first time $PLC has been linked to a terror attack.

Its “hate map” and designation sent sociopath Floyd Lee Corkins on a murder raid at the Family Research Council in 2012.

The SPLC declared VDARE.com a "hate group" in 2005, allegedly because of a speech by VDARE.com editor Peter Brimelow.

That led to the MSM refusing to talk to us, or interview us on radio or television.


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