Sunday, January 22, 2017

Police: Arrested activist featured in Project Veritas inauguration video

Via Bill

 Donald J. Trump arrives on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017,  to takes the presidential oath. (Andrew Gombert/Pool Photo via AP)

DisruptJ20 protesters dismissed as a joke an undercover Project Veritas video showing activists supposedly planning to shut down Thursday night’s DeploraBall by setting off smoke bombs or the sprinkler system — but D.C. police weren’t buying it.

The 34-year-old man arrested Thursday night for conspiracy to commit assault at the event was among the activists featured in the undercover video released this week, according to court documents made public on Friday.

Scott Ryan Charney was one of the three men caught on camera discussing plans to set off fire alarms and spray Butyric acid — an ingredient commonly used in stink bombs — at the National Press Club, where the party for Donald Trump supporters was held Thursday night. In the Project Veritas video, Mr. Charney is identified as Scott Green, the documents state.

Project Veritas this week publicly released an undercover video taken Dec. 18 that shows three men associated with the D.C. Antifascist Coalition and DisruptJ20 group discussing plans to disrupt the DeploraBall.

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    1. Yes, where there is a spark, there will be a fire.

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  2. Good! With obama and the black, liberal run DOJ back in sane hands again, police and prosecutors don't have to cower with the federal just us system interfering.

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  3. Now, they need to charge Madonna and Judd

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