California women face felony charges for allegedly vandalizing former home of Chauvin witness

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Three California suspects, all of them women, were arrested (and then released) Tuesday for allegedly vandalizing the former Santa Rosa home of a defense witness in now-convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin’s murder trial.

The suspects — Rowan Dalbey, 20, Kristen Aumoithe, 34, and Amber Lucas, 35 — were charged with felony vandalism and conspiracy but later “released,” according to the Associated Press.

During Chauvin’s trial last month, vandals placed a decapitated pig’s head on the home’s porch and smeared its door with the pig’s blood.

The vandalism occurred days after use-of-force expert Barry Brodd, a former Santa Rosa Police Department officer, testified in Chauvin’s defense.

Following his testimony, even his former employer turned its back on him with a statement claiming that his testimony didn’t “reflect the values of the Santa Rosa Police Department.”

The department subsequently said little about the vandalism of their former employee’s home that he’d reportedly relocated from years earlier.

His testimony had simply been that Chauvin’s actions were “justified” and that his decision to place his knee on deceased criminal suspect George Floyd’s neck while apprehending him last year didn’t count as “use of deadly force.”

“I felt that Derek Chauvin was justified and acting with objective reasonableness following Minneapolis Police Department policy and current standards of law enforcement in his interactions with Mr. Floyd,” he testified.

He added that at times, Floyd, who’d reportedly weighed almost 250 pounds, had looked as if he’d been “resting comfortably” even with Chauvin, who reportedly weighs about 140 pounds, on his back.

Last month, conservative commentator Steven Crowder put Brodd’s claim to the test by lying on concrete pavement and having one of his staff members kneel on his neck.

Meanwhile over on Twitter, endless hate toward Brodd poured in after his testimony, with left-wing activists describing him as “evil” and smearing him as a “white supremacist” for refusing to toe the establishment line.

Look:

The hate eventually culminated in what authorities believe to have been a larger group of people vandalizing his former home.

“[D]etectives believe there are additional possible suspects and are asking the community to help identify them,” according to the AP.

The three suspects who’ve been apprehended thus far can be seen below:

As noted above by non-establishment journalist Andy Ngo, all three are far-left activists. And as noted by the critical comments, they’re not a pretty sight.

Vivek Saxena

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