Just like that, BLM radical who allegedly tried to assassinate Dem mayoral candidate walks out on bail

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Quintez Brown, who is a suspect in the attempted killing of Jewish Democratic mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg, outrageously walked free on bail after Black Lives Matter used a fund to get him out of jail while January 6 protesters still rot behind bars.

BLM Louisville and the Louisville Community Bail Fund sprang Brown on bail Wednesday according to WHAS11, the day after he allegedly tried to take Greenberg out at the candidate’s campaign headquarters in the Butchertown area of Louisville, Kentucky. The anti-gun Black Lives Matter activist reportedly fired his gun at Greenberg four times at his office with one of the bullets snagging his sweater. He is also reportedly a black nationalist.

BLM Louisville organizer Chanelle Helm announced the bail fund would handle the $100,000 bail. The individual who paid Brown’s bail wore a “Free Angela Davis” shirt, giving a bold salute to the activist and former Communist Party USA member. Brown left Metro Corrections Wednesday evening hours after his bail was paid by the group.

Helm asserted the organization wanted to keep Brown somewhere safe while he awaits trial, especially after the recent string of deaths at Louisville Metro Department of Corrections.

“What we become so enthralled in is knowing there is a system willing to punish people even before they are officially charged with their crimes,” Helm said.

“They are calling for this individual, this young man who needs support and help, to be punished to the full extent,” she declared. “It is a resounding message that people are down for the torture that has taken place in our jails and prisons.”

Helm also remarked that she wanted Brown to have access to the mental health resources he needs when he gets out. She ridiculously claimed that activists and organizers like Brown likely have PTSD after the past couple of years of social unrest and the pandemic.

“In this case, we’re dealing with someone that has mental health issues,” she said defending the indefensible.

“We have someone who has ignored the West End and has created multiple opportunities for himself that has been hit by this gun violence, and we have somebody who has been fighting and creating opportunities for others and himself to end gun violence in his community,” Helm confusingly alleged excusing Brown, who used a gun, while attacking the victim.

“This didn’t affect only those folks in the office and their families,” she charged. “This didn’t just affect Quintez’s family and the people who love him in this community as well. This affects everybody every day.”

Metro Council President David James told WLKY the Louisville Community Bail Fund should not have bailed Brown out of jail, “It’s unfortunate Mr. Brown has been bailed out of jail, due to his propensity to violence. I think it’s irresponsible and I hope those who contributed to posting this bond are prepared to be held accountable if Mr. Brown injures someone while out.”

Brown has been charged with attempted murder and four counts of wanton endangerment. He will now be under house arrest.

Brown previously wrote for the Louisville Courier-Journal as an intern and an editorial columnist. He majored in political science in college. In December, he announced via Twitter that he was running to represent District 5 for Louisville’s Metro Council in 2022.

Last summer, the young leftist radical went missing for eleven days. Brown eventually showed up unharmed, sitting on a bench in New York. His family criticized the Louisville Metro Police Department during the investigation and claimed police were “ill-equipped” in helping to locate him. Brown’s parents told local media at the time that their son could possibly be going through a mental health crisis and pleaded with the public to help find him.

Until that time, Brown was a prominent activist during the Black Lives Matter and Defund the Police unrest following the May 2020 death of George Floyd.  He also took part in the March for Our Lives anti-gun protest.

Greenberg released a statement on Thursday, calling the criminal justice system “clearly broken.”

“It is nearly impossible to believe that someone can attempt murder on Monday and walk out of jail on Wednesday,” he stated. Greenberg added that he is trusting Louisville Metro Police to carry out the investigation so the “individual responsible for trying to kill me will be prosecuted appropriately.”


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