On Tuesday Yvette Felarca, organizer of BAMN, and a teacher at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in Berkeley Ca was arrested. The arrest came after a violent rally in Sacramento Ca back in June 2016. Yvette Felarca, also known as Yvonne Felarca, and other BAMN members showed up to the Capital to protest a rally being held. The rally never even began because BAMN members immediately got violent, as they usually do. During the fights multiple people got stabbed. Yvette Felarca was interviewed by a reporter about the incident. Felarca seemed very pleased that the others weren’t able to hold their rally. She stated they would shut them down “By any means necessary.” And that’s exactly what they did, stabbings and all.
This isn’t the only time BAMN has shut down an event. Back in February Milo Yiannopoulos had to cancel his speech at UC Berkeley after riots broke out and many people were attacked. There’s been multiple more violent incidents by BAMN and Antifa since.
But maybe now since Felarca has been arrested this can all come to an end. Lets hope the judge makes an example of this domestic terrorist and locks her up for a long long time.
According to reports Yvette Felarca is being charged with assault by means of force likely to inflict great bodily injury, a felony, and participating in a riot, and inciting a riot, both misdemeanors.
It looks as though Felarca has been bailed out. According to the Los Angeles Sheriffs Department’s website Felarca is no longer in custody. Subscribe to my website for updates and info on Felarca’s future court dates. Lets hope the judge teaches her a real good lesson!