What is 'night of rage?' Antifa thug Sarah Wasilewski arrested as Atlanta burns in anti-cop violence

What is 'night of rage?' Antifa thug Sarah Wasilewski arrested as Atlanta burns in anti-cop violence
Sarah Wasilewski is facing domestic terrorism charges (Sarah Wasilewski / LinkedIn)

PITTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA: Seven people, including Sarah Wasilewski, are facing domestic terrorism charges and aggravated assault of an officer following a shootout this week in Georgia. She was arrested at the future $90 million Atlanta Public Safety Training Center in an operation on Wednesday, January 18. 

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According to Daily Mail, she is a part of the 'Night of Rage' a movement planned against the cops in the city. Earlier it was reported that violent Antifa protestors were calling for reciprocal violence against the police after the cops conducted a raid at the cop city and which left an activist dead and a state trooper injured.

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What is 'Night of Rage'?

Earlier, from the official account of Scenes from Atlanta forest, the protestors tweeted, "A call for retaliation. Consider this a call for reciprocal violence to be done to the police and their allies. On Friday, January 20th, wherever you are, you are invited to participate in a night of rage in order to honor the memory of our fallen comrade. The protestors, who call themselves forest defenders, are claiming that the police have 'murdered' one of their own and are demanding 'action'." However, the account has been suspended as of now. 

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The Defend Atlanta Forest said, "Forest defenders on the ground say they heard a round of 12 shots fired all at once around 9:04 a.m. this morning. 'This contradicts the back-and-forth shooting story pushed by police. We have reason to believe the officer shot today was hit by 'friendly fire' and not by the protester who was killed. Do not believe the police and their media. Demand an end to police militarization and hands off the forest."Further, it added, "The police will kill you if given the chance. Now is the time for bravery. Take care of each other. Be dangerous together."

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The tweet where protestors are calling out for 'Night of Rage' ( Scenes from The Atlanta Forest/ Twitter)
The tweet where protestors are calling out for 'Night of Rage' ( Scenes from The Atlanta Forest/ Twitter)

However, The Atlanta Solidarity Fund stated, "This morning Georgia State Patrol officers killed a protester in the South Atlanta Forest. GSP has not released body camera footage or meaningful details, and we are concerned a police cover-up could be underway. We are preparing a legal team to investigate and pursue a wrongful death suit." Meanwhile, A GBI spokesman said in a statement, "At about 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, as law enforcement was moving through the property, officers located a man inside a tent in the woods. Officers gave verbal commands to the man who did not comply and shot a Georgia State Patrol Trooper. Other law enforcement officers returned fire, hitting the man. Law enforcement evacuated the Trooper to a safe area. The man died on the scene. The injured Georgia State Patrol Trooper was taken to a local hospital and underwent surgery. A handgun and shell casings were located at the scene. The GBI is working on the officer-involved shooting and the investigation is still active and ongoing."

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