Mayor: BLM Attackers Intended To Burn Down La Mesa

Mayor of La Mesa Dr. Mark Arapostathis, says that the Black Lives Matters “protest” in La Mesa was “hijacked” and turned into an attack, a concerted effort to burn down the City. This event was actually an act of terrorism. If they did not get what they wanted they were prepared for destruction.

BLM Attackers Intended To Burn Down La Mesa

The mayor is being too kind. The protest does not seem to have been “hijacked”. Form the beginning the large group of protesters violated the law and put innocent people in danger. This is not considered to be a “peaceful event” when people wantonly break the law and put people in danger.

Terrorism definition:

the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.

Black Lives Matters routinely uses violence and intimidation of police as well as civilians in order to force political change. In this way they are very much like antifa and should also be declared a domestic terrorist organization.

They ignored police orders, which is a crime, overwhelmed them and marched right by them onto a busy freeway, in order to stop traffic in both directions. This puts many people at risk of having a collision and being injured or killed. It shouldn’t be allowed, but anarchist groups like BLM are commonly allowed do it with no consequences.

The next thing they did was swarm the La Mesa police station ignoring the police attempts to keep them at a distance and they begin spraying graffiti on the police station throwing rocks at the police and the building. It appears they were attempting to swarm into the police station in order to take it over and to ransack it and probably would have burned it down as they did other buildings that night. The police after some time declared the event an illegal assembly. Black Lives Matter terrorists also took over police stations in Seattle and Minneapolis and burned down the one in Minneapolis.

One 59-year-old woman, Leslie Furcron, was struck between the eyes by a stray bean-bag and seriously injured. The BLM prpagandists blame the La Mesa police, but she was part of the rock-throwing mob, about three hours after the event had been declared and unlawful assembly and should not have even been there. Bean-bags fired from shotguns are not accurate at a distance and it seems unlikely the policeman was attempting to shoot her in the head. They were firing a lot of beanbags and more likely she was hit in the head by a stray bean-bag.

Later the BLM mob ransacked many stores, burned many cars, sprayed graffiti everywhere and burned down three major buildings downtown, two banks and a building occupied by an architectural firm. Incredibly, residents have put up many pro-BLM signs around downtown La Mesa, even after BLM torched their city.

This is a video by a local news service, OnScene.Tv, which covers the event from beginning to end. It is over an hour of raw video.

The composition of the crowd may have changed somewhat over the course of the night as the more passive participants left and more aggressively violent people arrived. However, right from the beginning the protesters had a very large contingent of bad-actors.

Tasha Williamson, who appears to be the main organizer, has said repeatedly in public that property damage is acceptable, as long as the authorities are not acceding to their demands. She threatened two years ago to raise a mob of thousands and burn National City down in a similar situation.

Black-Lives-Matter Organizer Threatens to Burn National City, Ca

Even the slogan regularly chanted by Black Lives Matter marchers, “No Justice, No Peace” threatens mob violence unless their demands are met. The slogan came into use after the Los Angeles riots of 1992. Black Lives Matter is a movement that approves of violence as a tactic to advance their political agenda and everyone should know that by now, except those who have their head firmly buried in the sand. We should start calling it what it is, “domestic terrorism”.

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Black Lives Matter Extremists Respond to Post Exposing Tasha Williamson

Black-Lives-Matter extremeists respond to a post exposing Tasha Williamson as already threatening in 2018 to burn down National City, if her demands were not met.

La Mesa Firebombers Respond to Post Exposing Tasha Williamson

Williamson says they are not their ancestors. Ain’t that the truth. Their ancestors did not burn down buildings belonging to innocent people and they did not terrorize innocent citizens. That was exactly what the Ku Klux Klan did. Things have come full circle and they have become what they profess to hate.

No one has threatened her, Williamson and her fascist-like followers just cannot tolerate the truth and a different opinion. Tasha is the one who issues the criminal threats.

They cause a large part of Downtown La Mesa to be burned to the ground and then they want the City of La Mesa to apologize to them! Talk about chutzpah. Black Lives Matter should be apologizing to the residents of La Mesa for burning down a good part of their town.

Leslie Furcron would not have been hit in the head with a beanbag, if she had not been part of this violent mob two or three hours after it had been declared an unlawful assembly by the police.

Not sure Officer Dages actions were in accordance with procedures, but it was a rather minor episode. If Amaurie Johnson had remained calm and kept his foul, abusive mouth shut, he most likely would not have been arrested at all. They are supposed to be professional, but cops are human, too, and no one likes being verbally abused and that can cause an overreaction, if one occurred in this case.

Just because you have a right to do something, does not mean that it is smart to do it. However, Johnson threatened the police, saying “All these niggahs … I’ll beat yo ass,” referring to the police as “niggahs”. Threats are illegal and not protected speech.

You can go to her page and read the entire post and comments there by clicking on the time under her name.

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Black-Lives-Matter Organizer Threatened to Burn National City

Black-Lives-Matter Organizer, Tasha Williamson, threatened to burn National City, Ca in 2018. Two years later, she is organizing “protests” in La Mesa, Ca and La Mesa actually has been firebombed. In case anyone needs convincing, this is circumstantial evidence that she may have instigated the firebombing and destruction. She is actually continuing to make terroristic threats to La Mesa, unless they meet her non-negotiable demands.

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Also, for more videos of Tasha in action, see the Tasha Williamson archive here.

Sadly, I am sure this same tactic of terroristic intimidation is is being used right now in many cities across the nation by Alinsky-style organizers. It is not so much about black lives, but overturning the system and obtaining power as Saul Alinsky preached.

The threat comes at 3:30 in the video when she shrieks at the Council that they “will shut National City down” and “make it look like Ferguson when they are done”. She also threatens elsewhere that, if they throw her out, ten thousand more will come the next day and that someone is going to get hurt. Now, she is making her threats and demands in La Mesa. Downtown La Mesa actually does resemble Ferguson. Pure coincidence?

Three major buildings in downtown La Mesa were burned to the ground. Stores were widely ransacked and buildings were vandalized all over town, including the police station. The protests are continuing in La Mesa. Residents are still in fear of violence and another firebombing by a mob organized and incited by Tasha Williamson. Williamson is the most prominent organizer with the greatest voice.

Tasha Williamson has given the green light to property destruction in her public statements, saying that destruction of property was not a concern to her while their demands are not being met.

In National City, she organized a response to the death of a 40-year-old black man, Earl McNeil, after his arrest by police. McNeil had psychological problems and was high on meth. He resisted arrest in a physically very strenuous way. McNeil died of cardiac arrest a few hours later in a hospital. Investigators did not find that the officers were to blame for any significant wrongdoing.

The video clip is a segment of the June 19, 2018 video in the archive of National City Council meetings, see link below:

Testimony of Tasha Williamson on June 19th, 2018, National City

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Police Stop Black Man, Shootout Occurs

This video shows the reality of police work. A shootout erupts when two policemen attempt to detain a black man on a routine DWI stop near Easton, Pennsylvania.

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The article at this link provides background information to the video.

Pa. man who shot two state troopers sentenced

Daniel Clary was sentenced to 53 and a half to 110 years in state prison
Sep 2, 2018

By Andrew Scott
Pocono Record

EASTON, Pa. — Daniel Clary, 22, of Effort, was sentenced Friday in Northampton County Court to 53 and a half to 110 years in state prison for the attempted murders of two state troopers.

Pulled over by state police for speeding and suspected driving under the influence Nov. 7 on Route 33 South, Plainfield Township, Clary shot at State Police Cpl. Seth Kelly and Trooper Ryan Seiple. Seiple was not hit, but the injured Kelly spent days in a coma before waking up in the hospital and having to learn basic physical functions all over again.

“I have no recollection of the incident,” Kelly said when he and his wife, a fellow state trooper, were given the chance to address the court at Clary’s sentencing.

“I remember waking up in the hospital, being unable to speak and having a hard time breathing,” Kelly said as uniformed state troopers filled one side of the courtroom and Clary’s family sat on the other.

Kelly described fighting his way back to some semblance of a normal life, despite the lingering effects of injuries to his thigh and shoulder/neck areas. He shared the emotional impact of the widely publicized dash-cam video of the shooting on his family.

“This shows how quickly our jobs as law enforcement officers can turn tragic,” he said, thanking his family, fellow officers and community for their support throughout his recovery. “For the safety of law enforcement officers and the community, I hope Mr. Clary will never see another day of freedom in his life.”

Echoing these sentiments, his wife said, “Over and over again, I relive the terror of getting the call that my husband had been shot, of going to the hospital and seeing his unconscious, still body covered in blood as doctors pumped his heart in attempts to revive him.

“I’m simply unwilling to accept your actions as anything less than evil,” she told Clary. “My husband and Trooper Seiple were just doing their jobs to keep people safe. You’ve left scars not only on our family, but on your own as well. I hope you spend the rest of your life locked away where you can never harm anyone else.”

Joined by his own wife and pausing at times to control himself, Seiple related his memories of seeing his supervisor, Kelly, shot multiple times while firing back at Clary. Seiple recalled his desperate distress calls over the police radio as Clary sped away to the hospital where he was treated for his own wounds and taken into custody.

Seiple shared the horror of seeing Kelly lying in a pool of his own blood and Kelly’s bravery in tying a tourniquet onto his own thigh in efforts to stop the bleeding. He described the grim race against time as fellow law enforcement officers and medical personnel arrived to get Kelly into a helicopter to be flown to a hospital trauma unit.

And he told how he happened to be wearing a T-shirt that day in honor of another trooper who’d been killed in the line of duty.

“When my wife and I got back home, I took my baby daughter from my father’s arms, went into a dark corner and cried as I held her,” he said. “Had Mr. Clary simply cooperated, none of us would be here today. Had he been found with marijuana in his system at the time he was pulled over, the most he would have gotten was probation, given his lack of a prior criminal record. Instead, he chose to do what he did and endanger our lives and the lives of others.”

Turning to face Clary, Seiple said, “Convict! Your actions are a disgrace to mankind. I covered my hands with the blood you couldn’t bear. You tried to murder us, but we weren’t willing to die. Your failure will now be used as a lesson in how to keep our fellow officers safe. Good job! The evil within you will never prevail as long as there’s a shield of righteousness protecting the innocent.”

Seiple’s father, Police Chief Will Seiple, voiced pride in raising a son who, along with Kelly, exhibited heroism in the face of terror that day.

“Mr. Clary’s actions are an affront to decency,” Chief Seiple said. “He has no regard for the sanctity of human life. His actions show what can happen at any time in our community and how we should all be thankful for people like my son and Cpl. Kelly. I request he be given the maximum penalty allowed under law for this crime.”

On the defense’s side, where some see a monster, others see a tragic, misunderstood figure.

Clary had no adult or juvenile criminal record prior to this incident and was never abused or neglected as a child, but did have behavioral problems in school, according to his file.

He suffered a series of high school football concussions and was assaulted in the 11th grade by members of a gang he refused to join, defense attorney Janet Jackson said. The concussions and assault caused a brain injury that changed his personality from happy and vibrant to “slow,” according to school records.

“You’ll be talking to him and then notice he’s just staring at you, right through you, not even paying attention or realizing you’re still there,” relative David Clary said when called by the defense to testify on Clary’s behalf at the sentencing. “He has trouble understanding things, so you have to repeat things to him over and over. It’s why he’s never been able to hold a job. It’s why he should never have been allowed to buy a gun.

“Everybody’s judging Daniel based on what’s been reported in the news and shown in the video of the shooting, but nobody knows him like we do,” David Clary said as Daniel Clary sat quietly listening, having chosen not to speak on his own behalf. “He’s always been a good kid. He’s respectful.”

These PSIs gather information on the defendants’ backgrounds. Judges then consider this information, along with the severity level of the crimes of which the defendants have been convicted, to determine appropriate sentences to impose for those crimes under state guidelines.

The PSI on Clary includes a mental health evaluation revealing evidence of schizophrenia, anxiety, paranoia and psychotic, delusional behavior perhaps exacerbated by his frequent synthetic marijuana use. It’s unclear if the brain injury he suffered worsened these conditions.

Regardless, as a result, Clary wasn’t thinking or reacting as other people would when stopped by police, Jackson said. He reacted the way he did out of fear for his life, even though the judge and prosecution interpret the video as not showing police doing anything that would have caused him to fear for his life.

Seiple gave Clary a speeding ticket, noticing Clary seemed to have trouble understanding what Seiple was telling him about the ticket. Seiple then got back into his police car and began pulling back out onto the highway when Clary waved for him to come back.

“He’d wasted my time by pulling me over and I was annoyed, so now I wanted to waste his time,” Clary said when interviewed as part of the PSI.

When Seiple went back and began talking with Clary again, he noticed signs of Clary being under the influence of marijuana. Seiple decided to give Clary a field sobriety test and called for backup from the nearest available fellow trooper, which is standard procedure, while preparing to test Clary.

The nearest available fellow trooper, Kelly, responded and kept watch while Seiple tested Clary. Clary was unable to perform basic functions, like keeping his balance, which the troopers interpreted as him being under the influence.

“I was having trouble keeping my balance because trucks kept going by on the highway,” Clary said in his PSI interview.

Clary respectfully cooperated with police up until when they moved to arrest him for suspected driving under the influence, Jackson said. Not having been verbally told why he was being arrested, he thought the troopers meant to harm him and thus panicked, resisting arrest.

Clary didn’t throw any punches or kicks, but resisted to the point where troopers had to tase him. During the struggle, he grabbed for both troopers’ guns, apparently meaning to disarm them.

He then broke free from the troopers, ran to his car, leaned in through the front driver-side window, pulled out a handgun and fired at the troopers. While the judge said it wasn’t until Clary drew his gun that troopers finally decided to use lethal force in defense of their own lives, Jackson said Seiple’s gun was already out of his holster and aimed at Clary when Clary fired.

“We’re not requesting the court forego holding Mr. Clary accountable, but we’re asking for compassion on a young man whose mental problems have led him to where he is now,” Jackson said.

Given the fact that a mental health expert has found Clary competent and aware of what he was doing when shooting at police, despite his mental problems, the judge found the sentence imposed appropriate.

Clary’s visibly upset family told him they love him and to stay strong as sheriff’s deputies led him from the courtroom afterward.

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