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Thomas Webb Jurgens, a 28-year-old lawyer for the Southern Poverty Law Center, is one of nearly two dozen suspected antifa extremists arrested Sunday on domestic terrorism charges for attacking a police training center under construction in Atlanta.
From The Post Millennial, "SPLC lawyer charged with domestic terrorism during Antifa attack on police facility in Atlanta":
Nearly two dozen suspects have been arrested in Atlanta on suspicion of domestic terrorism following a violent ambush on law enforcement on Sunday evening. The violent assault is the latest in a string of attacks connected to the "Stop Cop City" Antifa affinity movement.
"They changed into black clothing and entered the construction area and began to throw large rocks, bricks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks at police officers," the Atlanta Police said in a statement about the Sunday attack."The SPLC has a long history of promoting, defending, collaborating with, and even hiring members of Antifa," National Conservative noted in a report on the attack. "The woman in charge of the SPLC's "Hatewatch," Hannah Gais, has even publicly glorified criminal violence against her political enemies. Recently, twenty state AGs denounced the SPLC as 'utterly discredited' in an open letter to the FBI director."
"An Antifa gunman shot a police officer at the same location earlier this year," the National Conservative added.
In 2021, a Baptist Church in Los Angeles that was targeted by the SPLC as a "hate group" was firebombed.
The FBI dragged their feet on the case and never caught the perpetrators of the attack.
The SPLC's "hate group" list was used by gunman Floyd Lee Corkins to target the Family Research Council for a mass shooting in 2012.
It was reported in 2019 that the SPLC had amassed a $518 million war chest by fundraising off their "battling hate" schtick.
The media regularly cites the SPLC as "extremism experts" in their reports on the "far-right" and the Intercept reported in 2021 that the SPLC together with the Anti-Defamation League were even partnering with the Pentagon to spy on members of our military for signs of "extremism."
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