After Tuesday night’s torching of the police union headquarters building, one of the rioters, Alma Raven-Guido, has been arrested and charged with Arson, Riot, and Criminal Mischief. It is strange that someone was identified so quickly. But maybe not.
It seems that the police have an informant that has a reliable past. That informant fingered Raven-Guido and that led to her arrest. Here’s hoping for very many more.
Surprisingly, Soros backed prosecutor, Mike Schmidt is actually going to prosecute her but mostly because he can’t cover up eye witness testimony.
Schmidt has a nasty habit of dropping all charges against antifa rioters.
In fact, all of the city’s leaders have a soft spot for antifa. My guess is it’s their head.
Eyewitness testimony from a Portland police informant with a history of providing “credible and reliable information on multiple prior investigations” is one of the Multnomah County prosecutors’ strongest pieces of evidence in charging a 19-year-old woman with arson for allegedly setting fire to the Portland Police Association headquarters.
On Wednesday, the district attorney’s office filed charges of arson, criminal mischief and felony riot against Alma Raven-Guido. The charges follow an April 13 protest against racist policing where some of the protesters marched to the union hall on North Lombard Street and set fire to a portion of it.
The most substantial information in the probable cause affidavit filed Wednesday by the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office comes from the alleged firsthand account of an unnamed informant.
“The informant observed the defendant pour a flammable liquid on the building from three plastic bottles which the informant described as having labels which were either blacked out or taped over with black tape,” the affidavit says. “The informant further explained that when the defendant was pouring the liquid on the fire and causing the fire to grow, one of the bottles caught on fire and started to melt.”
The informant allegedly witnessed Raven-Guido place all three bottles into her backpack, court records say.
Eyewitness testimony from a Portland police informant is one of prosecutors’ strongest pieces of evidence in charging a 19-year-old woman with arson for allegedly setting fire to a police union hall. https://t.co/qHJLu9MTAL
— Willamette Week (@wweek) April 15, 2021
Solidarity with the person who has been arrested and is facing serious charges as a result of an informant. https://t.co/8QPpEZFF2j
— NoBonzo (@NoBonzo) April 15, 2021
Somebody sold us out. Somebody sold every single one of us out. There’s somebody out there that would rather send a 19 year old indigenous person to prison than protect a single one of us.
Fuck you. Absolutely fuck you. I hope we find out who the fuck you are.
— social justice barbie ✨ (@genialanarchist) April 15, 2021