Yvette Felarca, a prominent organizer and spokesman for the militant Trotskiest group By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), has been recently arrested on allegations relating to her repeated attacks on protesters during BAMN's many counter-demonstrations.
Felarca and her group have come under fire recently after significant evidence was found implicating a cult like environment inside the group that prevented members from leaving. On top of this, they have also been accused by many of subversion after a government official was revealed to be a member of the group, and was implicated to having told police to be more lenient during their protests. Other, similar militant anti-fascist groups have made efforts to disassociate and disavow BAMN, accusing them of being plants or federal agents.
In a counter demonstration against the Traditionalist Workers Party, Felarca made multiple attempts to incite a riot, and assaulted multiple members of the peaceful protest they were attempting to counter. After this incident, Felarca was put in front of a board to determine if her violent actions would result in a discharge from her job at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School. During the board, it was also brought to light that Yvette had brought her middle school students to riots with her under the guise of extra credit, and had been explicitly warned not to do this in the past. Ultimately the meeting was brought to a halt after disruptions from BAMN.
Although Felarca was the most prominent member of the protest, she is not the only one saught by authorities. Nearly 101 other warrants are currently being sought by the police, although most of the rioters wore masks to cover their faces, making difficult to identify any others. Should you or anyone else have information concerning the rioters or other members of BAMN, the Outpost Observer strongly encourages you to contact investigators.Posted on: 2017-07-21 10:35:40