Antifa Upset Police Posted Their Names, Mugshots — They’re Going to Hate This

August 09, 2018Aug 09, 2018

The Berkeley Police Department arrested several “Antifa” members over the weekend after the violent far-left activists wreaked havoc in the city.

Antifa members were captured on video attacking a Marine Corps recruiting office and even threatening members of the press.

Police confiscated deadly weapons.

Police clashed with the “protesters.”

They made dozens of arrests. The number now stands at 20.

“We have made 17 arrests, and, if necessary, we will continue to make more. We're also continuing to confiscate weapons,” the police department tweeted.

However, some people got very sensitive when police posted the mugshots and names of the criminals they arrested.

University of California law professor Veena Dubal called it “disturbing" that police published the public arrest information.

“It seems like a public-shaming exercise, which is not the role of the police department ... They are making it really accessible for folks who might wish these people harm to locate them,” she said.

Police deleted the photos after the online backlash from the left. However, IJR preserved the images for everyone to see.

Image source: Berkeley Police Dept.

Image source: Berkeley Police Dept.

Image source: Berkeley Police Dept.

...And a list of names.

Image source: Berkeley Police Dept.

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