BREAKING: Antifa rioter sentenced to 40 months for plot to burn down Seattle Police building

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Justin Christopher Moore was sentenced on Wednesday after being convicted in a plot to burn down the Seattle Police Officers Guild during the BLM Antifa riots in the summer of 2020. Moore was sentenced to 41 months in prison for manufacture of homemade bombs with intent to burn down government property.”

Moore’s offense was extremely dangerous and created a substantial risk of injury to numerous bystanders,” said Assistant US Attorney Todd Greenberg. “Moore carried the box of 12 Molotov cocktails in a crowd of over 1,000 people who were participating in the protest march. All of them were in harm’s way if one of the devices had exploded.”

Moore, 35, was convicted on charges of manufacturing and a dozen Molotov cocktails during a march to the Seattle police building on September 7, 2020. Officers smelled gasoline and moved the agitators back away from the building, whereupon they discovered the box of homemade gasoline bombs “in the parking lot next to the SPOG building. Using video from that day and from other protests, as well as information from the electronic devices of other co-conspirators, Moore was confirmed as the person seen carrying the box of destructive devices,” the DOJ states.

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