You Won’t Believe What’s Happening to Antifa Terrorist Who Threw Molotov Cocktail At Police
To date, there have been hundreds of people arrested in connection to the riots that are occurring across the country.
However, there have been a number of treasonous prosecutors that have allowed these criminals to just go free with little to no consequences.
One clear example of this comes from Multnomah County, Oregon where district attorney Mike Schmidt dropped the most serious charges brought against a man who has been rioting in Portland.
The man, Joseph Robert Sipe is alleged to have thrown a Molotov cocktail at police in Portland during the riots.
Sipe was arrested on five charges: rioting, unlawful possession of a destructive device, arson in the first degree, attempted murder in the first degree, and attempt to commit a Class A felony.
Breaking: Joseph Robert Sipe, 23, was arrested at the Portland #antifa riot where firebombs were used. He's charged w/1st-degree attempted murder, 1st-degree arson & other felonies. There is a federal hold on him, so he can't be quickly released. #BLM https://t.co/m7BIoxRd65 pic.twitter.com/2NAGK0LD86
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) September 24, 2020
Prosecutors declined to file multiple felony charges against Joseph Robert Sipe, who authorities booked into the Multnomah County jail early Thursday, records show.
Portland police had arrested the 23-year-old on allegations of attempted murder, attempted assault, first-degree arson and unlawful possession of a destructive device during a demonstration in honor of Breonna Taylor, a Black woman fatally shot by police in Louisville, Kentucky.
Sipe was arraigned Thursday afternoon on charges riot and unlawful possession of a destruction device, court records show.
But a law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation said Sipe was wearing different attire than the person seen in multiple videos hurling a Molotov cocktail that bursts into flames in front officers about 10:30 p.m.
The Multnomah District Attorney’s Office on Thursday night said “law enforcement continues to conduct investigative follow-up to determine exactly who threw the Molotov cocktail from this incident.”
So this terrorist is seemingly getting off the hook from the three most serious charges, first-degree arson, attempt to commit a Class A felony, and attempted murder. Let that sink in…they are dropping the charge of attempted murder even though that’s exactly what he did.
— Yo Soy Clandestino (@YoClandestino) September 24, 2020