Federal Appeals Court Upholds Riot Act Conviction of Nationalists While Simultaneously Declaring Law Mostly Unconstitutional to Protect “Antifa”

The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia has ruled that the 1968 Anti-Riot Act is partially unconstitutional, yet upheld the convictions of nationalist appellants Michael Miselis and Benjamin Daley.

Miselis and Daley pled guilty to “conspiracy to riot” charges in 2019 after engaging in self-defense against “antifa” attackers at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville on August 12th, 2017. Miselis and Daley were prosecuted using the questionable and rarely used law by former US Attorney Thomas Cullen after a far-left group released a propaganda movie portraying their martial arts club, the Rise Above Movement, as a terrorist organization. Cullen’s case against the men relied heavily on “evidence” he obtained from “antifa” anarchist blogs and heavily editorialized media.

Read more here at National Justice

White people are not allowed to defend themselves, anti-Whites can literally get away with murder.

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