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[–] canbot 2 points 60 points (+62|-2) ago 

The website operators are now complicit in the crime by destroying evidence.


[–] lexsird 3 points 22 points (+25|-3) ago 

Yes, but DoJ under Sessions is busy taking a nap after getting excited about busting a pot smoker. There'll be nothing from the deep state to help you against our puppets, silly goy.


[–] guinness2 1 points 3 points (+4|-1) ago 

You assume the FBI announces all of it's investigations why?


[–] cdglow 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

It could hypothetically be a random coincidence where they blogged about sabotaging the track, but then it actually happened, but it wasn't them. Then they panicked and just deleted a post without thinking. It's kind of a bad look, if this is the case.

In their defense though, the average antifa doesn't have the IQ to pull this off, so they do have a defense.


[–] AssKing 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

to dumb to pour cement on tracks? pretty sure an eight year old could do it


[–] stric9 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

While you and i are logical and rational people, i don't think you understand lefties at all. That being said, you can get arrested if your friends rob a store even if you had no prior knowledge. Please take your rationale and stick it back up your ass where it came from were working here.


[–] tendiesonfloor 25 points -16 points (+9|-25) ago  (edited ago)

/v/badlegaladvice. Stick to what you know, Starbucks baristas shouldn't be handing out legal advice.


[–] Caesarkid1 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

FWIW you're right so long as the antifa website didn't call for the activity to take place. There is a huge difference between say having a listing of high buildings in town and encouraging/telling people to drop pianos off of them.


[–] mightnotbearobot 24 points -23 points (+1|-24) ago 

Why are you against free speech?


[–] theoldones 1 points 15 points (+16|-1) ago 

destroying evidence of terrorism is not the same issue as free speech