Antifa member Margaret Aislinn Channon went missing in Presidio, Texas last year.
Antifa member Margaret Aislinn Channon has been arrested on federal charges of arson after she torched five police cars during the recent riots in Seattle,m Washington.
If convicted, she faces up to 20 years in prison.
Antifa member Margaret Aislinn Channon faces federal arson charges. She was reported missing in Texas last year. https://t.co/0A3C0wA6d6 pic.twitter.com/NE0mV7rgLJ
— Patriot Betty ?? (@Patriot_Betty) June 12, 2020
They have now found her after she was arrested form destroying five police cruisers in Seattle during the antifa/BLM riots in that city. It’s a good thing that the feds are charging rioters with federal crimes since Seattle is unlikely to prosecute those who have broken the law.
Channon was caught on video torching police cars and her conviction is almost a sure thing. The evidence against her is rock solid.
A lot of Antifa rioters are waking up to reality??the Feds don’t play
5yrs in prison per charge ?
“A Texas woman has been arrested on five federal accounts of arson relating to the #antifa riot in Seattle on 30 May. Margaret Aislinn Channon,25, was arrested in Tacoma” https://t.co/OI0w1quZHM pic.twitter.com/HbLZx7LvHX
— LukeHanson.Photography???? (@Luke4Tech) June 13, 2020
A Texas woman has been arrested on five federal accounts of arson relating to the #antifa riot in Seattle on 30 May. Margaret Aislinn Channon, 25, was arrested in Tacoma. She was captured on camera using a blowtorch or accelerant to start fires. https://t.co/klDlc7paf3 pic.twitter.com/biDg6pbzkw
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 13, 2020
A 25-year-old Tacoma woman was arrested Thursday for allegedly lighting five unmarked Seattle police vehicles on fire during riots at the end of last month.
Margaret Aislinn Channon faces federal arson charges in connection with the incident, according to U.S. Attorney Brian Moran.
“This defendant was captured by multiple cameras using an accelerant, lit like a blowtorch, to start fires in five vehicles,” Moran said in a statement.
Fox News reports the alleged arsons happened on May 30 around the area of Sixth Avenue and Pine Street in downtown Seattle. Local police abandoned the nearby East Precinct building, at 12th Avenue and Pine Street, earlier this week following violent protests that followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25. Demonstrators have moved in to the surrounding neighborhood and declared it a “cop-free” area that they call the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone.”