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The Gateway Pundit
Jul. 07, 2018
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While most Americans celebrated the Fourth of July, Antifa terrorists published the home address of a Pittsburgh judge and masked militants invaded his suburban neighborhood — refusing to leave even after police explained that they were frightening the local children.
The militant leftists have been targeting Judge Jeffrey Manning because they feel he gave a light bail to a Pittsburgh police officer who shot and killed a black teenager on June 19. The officer has been charged with criminal homicide and was released on a $250,000 unsecured bond.
The home address of Judge Manning was published on the popular Antifa website ‘It’s Going Down.’
According to an anonymous confession about the harassment published to the same website, approximately 35 people met in his cul-de-sac neighborhood on Independence Day “feeling empowered and ready to storm this ding dong’s neighborhood. Folks silently marched single file in lines of two, some masked, some not; everyone with fists raised.”