Who is Francis Carroll? 'Millionaire' Antifa member, 22, was honor roll student and family's loaded
ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Last week, five far-left Antifa activists were arrested in Atlanta, Georgia. One of the five people arrested on Tuesday, December 13, at the autonomous zone near the future Atlanta Public Safety Training Centre was Francis "Frankie" Carroll, 22. The group of five organized a protest in opposition to the state's proposal to clear land for a facility that will train and teach police officers.
Serena Hertel, 25, Leonard Voiselle, 20, Nicholas Dean Olson, 25, and Arieon Robinson, 21, were also arrested. It turns out that Frankie is the son of a millionaire surgeon, Dr Mike Carroll. He reportedly also grew up on a $2 million estate with five bedrooms and four bathrooms in Kennebunkport. He spent time on his parent's yacht, along with one of his two sisters, his mother, and his father, a general surgeon who works at the Hennepin County Medical Center. He was raised not far from the renowned Bush family estate, where George H. W. Bush spent his summers. He went to the Kennebunks Middle School, where he was on the honor roll, and then transferred to the High School, where he was once more on the honor roll. Frankie later enrolled in the University of Maine, which charges $27,412 a year for a resident of the state, but it is unknown what he decided to study there.
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Frankie reportedly drove more than 1,300 miles to reach the volatile area where far-left extremists have been gathering since June 2021 to stop what they describe as a "cop city." Authorities said that militants hiding out in makeshift treehouses attacked them with rocks and bottles and have been harassing the locals, as per reports. Carroll, who deleted his social media accounts shortly before being arrested, is accused of criminal trespass, domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, felony obstruction, interfering with government property, and having tools for the commission of a crime.
As per reports, eight terrorists were arrested in May when police patrolling the area were attacked and pelted with Molotov cocktails and rocks. Following the arrest of another six individuals in August on charges ranging from burglary to criminal damage, left-wing organizations turned to Twitter to gather money for their bail.
Members of the group attempted to burn a guy to death after he drove into the area; however, after they burnt his car while he was still inside, the victim was forced to flee for his life. The Defend the Atlanta Forest organization protested and let off loud fireworks outside the Dekalb County Jail after their members were placed under arrest.
The five are being held there without bond. The Atlanta Jail Support, a program of the Atlanta Solidarity Fund, has also made requests for people to use Twitter to gather money for the suspects' bail. Sentences for domestic terrorism convictions can range from five to 35 years in jail.
In a statement, Sherry Boston, the district attorney for DeKalb County, said, "I strongly believe in the right to peacefully protest for what one believes is right and just. However, I draw the line at violence, destruction of property, and threatening and causing harm to others," as per Daily Mail.
"My office will always stand up to protect the citizens of DeKalb County. The alleged acts of violence at the training facility site put the public in grave danger and will not be tolerated," Boston stated.