BLM Organization Bails Out Activist After Being Charged With Attempted Murder

While Trump supporters are rotting in federal prisons for “trespassing” into the Capitol Building, a BLM activist that has been charged with attempting to assassinate a mayoral candidate is now walking the streets. Louisville’s  BLM chapter has just collaborated with Louisville Community Bail Fund to pay bail for BLM activist Quintez Black, who has been charged with attempted murder after he allegedly shot at Democratic mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg.

On Wednesday, BLM Louisville reportedly handed a payment to the Louisville Community Bail Fund to deposit Brown’s bail, just after reports claimed Brown attempted to kill Greenberg inside the candidate’s campaign offices in Louisville’s Butchertown neighborhood.

Here’s the moment Brown walked out on Bail:

Local news agencies reported Wednesday that the groups had posted bail for Brown, with BLM Louisville chapter organizer Chanelle Helm stating that the bail money will cover the $100,000 posted.

According to Fox News:

Quintez’s bail was posted Wednesday afternoon, with the individual paying the bail wearing a “Free Angela Davis” shirt — referencing the activist and former Communist Party USA member.

Brown, 21, was charged with attempted murder and four counts of wanton endangerment after he entered Greenberg’s campaign headquarters in Butchertown and fired multiple shots using a 9mm Glock handgun, police said. Nobody was hurt, but Greenberg’s shirt was grazed by a bullet, police said.

Quintez’s Brown posted on Twitter several tweets that celebrated the black communist party and several other “revolutionary” groups such as the Black Panther Party. He was also heavily involved in organizing anti-police demonstrations in the Louisville area.

Greenberg is a Jewish Democrat who is white. Police have not released any information regarding the suspected motivation for the shooting, but they have said that they are investigating all possibilities.

According to the publication, Brown formerly worked as an intern and editorial writer for the Louisville Courier-Journal. In December, he released a brief campaign video on Twitter declaring his candidacy for District 5 on Louisville’s Metro Council in 2022.

Brown made major news headline last summer when he mysteriously disappeared for almost two weeks. During the inquiry, his family was skeptical of the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department, claiming that officers were “ill-equipped” to assist in the search for Brown. His parents warned the local press at the time that their son may be suffering from a mental health crisis and asked for the public’s assistance in finding him. Brown was eventually discovered safe and well in New York.

Prior to the missing person case, Brown was a notable organizer during the Black Lives Matter and Defund the Police protests that erupted in the aftermath of George Floyd’s killing in May 2020. He was also acknowledged by high-level Democrats such as Obama.

This isn’t the only instance of a BLM or ANTIFA activist getting bailed out while facing serious charges, Democrat cities all over the United States have been letting anyone associated with the BLM organization or ANTIFA walk the streets after committing serious crimes. This trend has occurred ever since billionaire philanthropist George Soros has pumped millions of dollars into far-left District Attorney candidate’s campaigns.

This story syndicated with permission from anthony, Author at Trending Politics

Notice: This article may contain commentary that reflects the author's opinion.

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