Firebombers That Were Bailed Out By Obama Cronies Just Got Some Really Bad News. Let This Be A Warning To ALL Violent Protestors
A few days ago we reported about the two attorneys that allegedly were handing out Movtolo cocktails and firebombing New York City police officers, one of them, a human rights attorney was bailed out by a former Obama official. Well, this weekend Urooj Rahman and Colinfor Mattis are back in jail and got some very bad news.
The District Attorney for New York City announced that most rioters will not be prosecuted and most have been released on bail after arrest, including Urooj Rahman who was firebombing police. Salmah Rizvi, who served in the Department of Defense and State Department during the Obama Administration bailed out Rahman paying the $250,000 cash bail.
Prosecutors argued that despite Rahman’s clean record she should remain in jail due to the severity of her crime, the judge disagreed and rebased her on bail. But, prosecutors didn’t give up.
Federal prosecutors filed a hearing with the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and reversed US District Judge Margo Brodie’s decision and both attorneys are back in jail.
Rizv, told a judge that the alleged terrorist is her “best friend.” Rizvi is now an attorney at a DC law firm and she helped secure the release of her friend Urooj Rahman by paying the $250,000 bail.
Rahman was released to home confinement – monitored by GPS – despite arguments from prosecutors. The judge ignored the evidence shown by prosecutors that showed images of Rahman holding a Molotov cocktail in the passenger seat of a van that was found full of explosive materials.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
U.S. District Judge Margo Brodie acknowledged the strong evidence against Rahman, who was also accused of distributing the incendiary devices to other rioters, but agreed to grant her bail due to the “willingness of family and friends to sign on as suretors,” according to a report from Law360.
Rizvi appeared in front of the court during Rahman’s Monday arraignment to certify her willingness to guarantee Rahman’s bail, according to a transcript of the proceedings obtained by the Washington Free Beacon. “Urooj Rahman is my best friend and I am an associate at the law firm Ropes & Gray in Washington, D.C.,” Rizvi told the court. “I earn $255,000 a year.”
Witnesses have also come forward and told police that Raham was handing out explosives to other rioters in Brooklyn.