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Trials Begin for Antifa Rioters Who Allegedly Trashed DC on Inauguration Day

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On January 20, 2017, thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump flocked to Washington, DC, hoping to witness his historic inauguration. Instead, many were forced to face off with violent black-clad rioters creating chaos in the streets.

During the riot six police officers were injured, businesses were vandalized, multiple people were assaulted and a limousine was spray painted and set on fire.

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Over 200 people, including some who claim to be journalists, were arrested in the mayhem.

“At approximately 10:30 a.m., an organized group was observed marching south in Northwest Washington,” Metropolitan police said in a press release in January. “On their way, members of the group acting in a concerted effort engaged in acts of vandalism and several instances of destruction of property. More specifically, the group damaged vehicles, destroyed the property of multiple businesses, and ignited smaller isolated fires while armed with crowbars, hammers, and asps. Preliminary information indicates the group collectively engaged in these criminal acts.”

On Monday, Michelle Macchio, 26, of Naples, Fla., Jennifer Armento, 38, of Philadelphia, Christina Simmons, 20, of Cockeysville, Md., Alexi Wood, 33, of Hyattsville, Md., Oliver Harris, 28, of Philadelphia and Brittne Lawson, 27, of Pittsburgh, became the first six defendants to face trial.

Each of the defendants is facing felony charges of inciting a riot and destruction of property — each of which carries a maximum penalty of a decade behind bars. The group is also facing multiple lesser charges.

When questioning the first round of jurors about whether or not they could be impartial, none of the potential members of the jury could answer affirmatively. One man detailed how he has relatives who are in law enforcement and would give extra weight to the testimony of an officer, so he was dismissed.

“Another woman was sent home after she said her nephew, who is a police officer, was injured in the riots,” the Post reported.

Of the 212 arrested, 20 people have already pleaded guilty and charges were dropped for another 20. According to the Washington Post, trials for the others, in groups of five or more, are set to occur almost monthly through mid-2018.

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Denver Judge Refuses to Lower Bond on NBC Leftist Shooter Matthew Dolloff

Dolloff is staying in jail.

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A Denver, Colorado judge declined to reduce a bail bond on an unlicensed security guard who shot and killed a conservative demonstrator in the city in the employ of an NBC News affiliate channel.

A judge overseeing Matthew Dolloff is citing the extensive film and photo evidence capturing Dolloff’s shooting of Patriot Prayer activist Lee Keltner in Denver’s Civic Center. He’s citing the evidence as cause to keep Dolloff’s bond at $500,000.

The evidence of which the Court is presently aware appears to show that, at the time of the shooting, there was no danger from the victim that placed the Defendant or anyone else in imminent risk of death or great bodily injury, and that the victim was backing away from the Defendant holding a can of mace,” wrote District Court Judge John Madden IV in a six-page order.

The interaction between the Defendant and the victim, and the shooting itself, are captured by a series of clear, detailed, still-frame photographs mostly separated by fractions of a second. The precision with which the moment of the charged homicide is captured is unprecedented in the Court’s experience,” declared Judge Madden in a ruling likely to dampen Dolloff’s legal claim that he acted in self-defense when he shot Lee Keltner in the head. Dolloff had engaged in a brief scuffle with the Keltner, in which the latter slapped him in the face with an open hand before stepping back.

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Judge Madden’s citation of the strong evidence against Dolloff’s claims of self-defense indicates that the likelihood of a conviction in a case is strong. He was formally charged with second-degree murder earlier this month, with Denver Police holding him in county jail

Big League Politics has revealed that Dolloff is a staunch ideological leftist, posting often on social media about his contemptuous views of Donald Trump supporters.

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