Antifa thug arrested and accused of domestic terrorism, is the son of a millionaire surgeon… He grew up in a mansion near the Bush family estate.
Published on 20.12.2022
A group of five far-left radicals part of the violent terror group Antifa were arrested last week and charged with domestic terrorism along with other charges.
The GA Bureau of Investigation released a statement Dec. 14 announcing the arrest of five people charged with domestic terrorism who were linked to the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center.
Five people have been arrested and charged with domestic terrorism and other charges after a joint task force operation at the site of Atlanta’s future Public Safety Training Center.
In a series of tweets, they explained: “Over the past few months, law enforcement has made several arrests for ongoing criminal activity at the site, including carjackings, various crimes against persons, destruction of property, arson and attacks on public security officers. »
They explained the crimes allegedly committed by the group of far-left radicals: “Yesterday’s arrests took place after several people threw stones at police cars and attacked paramedics with stones and bottles in front of local fire stations. After clearing the area, police found explosive devices, gasoline and signal flares.
Yesterday’s arrests came after several people threw rocks at police cars and attacked paramedics with rocks and bottles outside the local fire station. After clearing the area, police found explosive devices, gasoline and flares.
Serena Hertel, 25, of LA; Leonard Voiselle, 20, of Macon, GA; Nicholas Dean Olson, 25, of Bennington, NB; Frankie Carroll, 22, of Kennebunkport, MN; and Arieon Robinson, 21, of Milwaukee, WI are the five domestic terrorists who have been arrested.
Andy Ngo from Post Millennial, which could give a masterclass in how to expose Antifa, reports- On December 13, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) launched a raid on the so-called Autonomous Zone at the site of the future Public Security Training Center from Atlanta. Since June 2021, Antifa and other far-left extremists from across the United States have descended on the site to prevent the construction of what they call a “cop town.” The security forces who intervened were attacked with stones and bottles by the militants who occupied makeshift huts in the trees. The GBI says it found explosive devices and gasoline after rioters cleared the area.
Francis “Frankie” Carroll, 22, one of the Antifa members who was arrested and charged with domestic terrorism, grew up in an exclusive area of Maine near the multimillion-dollar Bush compound in Kennebunkport. He is one of three children and his family reportedly owns a yacht.
According to the Dail Mail, Carroll is the son of a wealthy Maine surgeon. The family owns a multi-million dollar home near the Bush compound in Kennebunkport.
Her father works at Hennepin County Medical Center as a general surgeon, and her mother is an avid sailor – as is one of her two sisters.
Serena Hertel, 25, radicalized, was also arrested and charged with domestic terrorism.
Antifa activist Serena Hertel was pictured screaming during her arrest for allegedly planning terrorist attacks at the Atlanta Police Academy.
The young woman, aged 25, is the daughter of an architect. She was filmed being loaded into a truck, apparently wearing the same orange hoodie she was later photographed wearing for her mug shot.
Hertel was charged with criminal trespassing, domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, obstruction and inciting a riot.
Here is a photo of Hertel before she became an Antifa terrorist:
According to the Daily Mail, Hertel’s brother, Hunter Hertel, who was also a member of the violent group Antifa, died in Los Angeles in 2019 at age 27 after consuming a cocktail of drugs – including fentanyl, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and diazepam.
His death was ruled accidental, and their father, architect David Hertel, paid tribute to his son for “opening his heart to understanding the lives lost to senseless police brutality, ineffective incarceration and lack of social justice”.
Mr Hertel now has a dead son and a daughter who has been charged with domestic terrorism – but yes, he is proud of them.
Hunter Hertel appeared in an Open Society Foundation-sponsored article on the Autonomous Zone in The Guardian.
George Soros is the president of OSF and has donated over $32 billion of his personal fortune to fund the group.