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A Black Lives Matter protestor in New Hampshire has been arrested and charged with six counts of possessing child sexual abuse images, in addition to drug charges and falsifying evidence, according to the Conway Daily Sun.
Chris DeVries of Jackson, New Hampshire, was an organizer of a protest called "Skate Away the Hate" on June 21. Protestors rode skateboard and bikes along Route 16 to state their support for the Black Lives Matter movement. Part of the protestors demands was a call for defunding the police.
"A New Hampshire anti-racist activist who organized a BLM 'defund the police' protest last month has been arrested & charged w/6 counts of possessing child sex abuse images, falsifying evidence & more," wrote Andy Ngo on Twitter. "Chris DeVries, 37, has [two] young children."
The images of child abuse recovered from DeVries show "underage girls either in 'lewd exhibition' of private parts or engaging in sexual activity."
The charge against DeVries of falsifying physical evidence was a result of the suspect's chucking his cellphone off his porch upon the arrival of police at his home.
Police Chief Chris Perley, of Jackson, said "I can't comment on this case specifically or Mr. DeVries as he is a charged criminal defendant pending adjudication and presumed innocent until proven guilty. But," he went on to say, "I can say that generally speaking, people should be very cautious about listening to voices suggesting defunding of the police because their motives are not always in the best interest of society."
DeVries has pleaded "not guilty."