Violent liberals are escalating, with Project Veritas doing excellent work revealing these dangerous people — like this 32-year-old man, who has been arrested for a new plot.
The man, Scott Ryan Charney, was allegedly planning to infiltrate the National Press Club to attack Trump supporters. He has now been charged with conspiracy to commit assault, via The Washington Times.
At the time he was caught on video by Project Veritas, the man was identified as Scott Green.
He and two other men had planned to set off the fire alarms and spray Butyric acid on the supporters, which is commonly used in stink bombs.
Butyric acid can cause coughing and burning when inhaled, blistering and rashes on the skin, and even loss of vision if it makes contact with the eyes, according to DPIC.
When the video was released, the activists claimed they knew that the reporter, who was recording them, was a mole and “gave him false information about…what they felt was the most humorous red herring available: a false plot to use stink bombs at an event called the Deploraball with the so-called Alt-Right.”
Law enforcement did not take their “plan” as a joke and acting on the information, treating it is a legitimate threat.
According to the court, the police investigators got a hold of emails sent between the organizers of the protest and Charney. The court did not disclose how they received the emails but did state that Charney sent messages to other operatives about the reconnaissance he conducted in the National Press Club.
Charney believed the group “would be able to accomplish their objective ‘with no negative consequences for our side, nor any collateral damage.’” He also “went on to further discuss that more people would be needed inside the building to carry out their plans,” the court documents state.
The email that was turned over to investigators stated that they wanted to further discuss the details of the attack in person rather than over email. Police are currently searching for the two other men in the video, also wanted for conspiracy to commit assault. They were identified by police as Colin Dunn and Luke Kuhn.
Charney was brought up on the misdemeanor charges by the D.C. Superior Court on the day that President Trump was being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. He pleaded not guilty and was later released with the stipulation that he would steer clear of any area zoned off for the inauguration ceremony for the rest of the weekend.
Thankfully, the more serious charges are likely to stick. Hopefully, the other two will be found and brought to justice too.
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