FBI Busts Rioter/Arsonist Using Her Custom-Made Etsy T-Shirt To Track To Vimeo, Linkedin… Faces 80 Years In Prison

By 100 Percent FED Up– 

The FBI just nailed an arsonist who was photographed torching police cruisers during the riots in Philadelphia.

They used a custom made Etsy t-shirt to track down the woman via Vimeo, Poshmark, and Linkedin.

The custom-made t-shirt that Blumenthal wore says, “KEEP THE IMMIGRANTS, DEPORT THE RACISTS”

The Daily Mail is reporting that Lore Elisabeth Blumenthal,33, could face up to 80 years in prison for two counts of felony arson. She torched two s Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) police cruisers on May 30th during the Black Lives Matter riots.

The FBI used photos and videos that were taken during the riots to show Blumenthal using a burning piece of wood from a police barricade and throwing it.

If convicted, Blumenthal faces up to eighty years in prison and a fine of up to $500,000.

“We at the U.S. Attorney’s Office fully support the First Amendment right of the people to assemble peaceably and to petition their government. But torching a police car has nothing to do with peaceful protest or any legitimate message. It is a violent and despicable act that will be prosecuted in this District to the fullest extent of the law,” said U.S. Attorney McSwain in a press release.

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