FBI Releases Posters to Assist Partner Agencies in Investigation of Marxist-Extremist Plunderers
Suspected extremists from radical-left organizations supported and funded by the Democratic Party, its propaganda-machine news outlets, entertainers and sports stars are now being targeted by agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and prosecuted by the U.S. Department of Justice.
For example, Laurielle Yvette Aviles, 29, of Portland, Oregon has been charged with civil disorder, a felony, after she allegedly punched a police officer in the face during a Black Lives Matter and Antifa riot that continues to go unabated by the state and local Democrat leaders, according to an FBI report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.
According to court documents, the Portland Police Rapid Response Team was conducting crowd control duties during a violent and destructive riot adjacent to the Multnomah County Justice Center and the Mark O. Hatfield. U.S. Courthouse located in downtown Portland. Suspected rioters in the large crowd of so-called “protesters” threw mortars, fireworks, glass bottles, rocks, and other objects at officers. The also blocked the use of roads while impeding vehicular traffic.
In the early morning hours Independence Day, a Portland city police officer was attempting to arrest a violent rioter when Ms. Aviles allegedly intervened in the lawful arrest. The FBI agents reported that Aviles attempted to pull the officer off of the arrestee and punched the officer in the face. The arresting officer tried to gain control of the arrestee and Aviles, but was unable to do so. A second officer observed the struggle and saw Aviles throwing punches. The second officer intervened and was able to place Aviles under arrest. While the FBI is a federal agency and Aviles was charged with federal crimes, there was no cooperation from the Oregon authorities. In fact, the rioter was released from custody by state law enforcement authorities.
Last week, Aviles surrendered to the U.S. Marshals Service and Aviles made a first appearance in federal court before a U.S. Magistrate Judge and was released pending further proceedings. If convicted, Aviles faces a maximum sentence of five years in federal prison.