Three Rioters Arrested For Allegedly Tracking Cops to Their Homes And Firebombing Their Cars

Chris Menahan
Jun. 08, 2020

Three rioters were arrested last week in Gwinnett County, Georgia for allegedly following police to their homes and firebombing their police cars with Molotov cocktails.


The media is remarkable referring to the alleged assailants as "protesters."

From WSBTV, "3 protesters tracked officers to their homes, threw Molotov cocktails at police cars, authorities say":
Three protesters are in jail Thursday after being arrested for trying to set police cars on fire with Molotov cocktails.

They were denied bond in court Friday.

Police say the vandals tracked those officers down at their homes and tried to torch their cars. Both fires were put out quickly, leaving minor damage to the vehicles.

Ebuka Chike-Morah, 21, Alvin Joseph, 21, and Lakaila Mack, 20, all face multiple charges.

[...] Channel 2 Action News coincidentally spoke to one of the suspects during a protest in Gwinnett County last weekend.

"I'm just trying to get the message across," Chike-Morah said during the protest outside Sugarloaf Mills Mall. "We're going to continue walking until we don't feel like walking no more."
Tons of police have also been targeted during the past two weeks.

Officer Shay Mikalonis, 29, was shot in the back of the head by 20-year-old Edgar Samaniego during a riot in Las Vegas last week.

Multiple other cops were shot and rammed with SUVs by rioters over the past week.

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