Rioter freed twice by Kamala Harris-supported bail fund arrested again

Moseley had previously been arrested for on charges of property damage and weapon possession, but was let go after the Minnesota Freedom Fund posted $5,000 for his bail.


A bail fund supported by Vice President Kamala Harris which bailed out rioters during the summer Black Lives Matter protests funded bail for a man charged with rioting. That man, arrested twice, has now been arrested and charged for a third time.

Thomas Moseley, 29, is facing three new charges related to drug possession, weapon possession in a courthouse, and rioting with a weapon, Alpha News reports.

Moseley had previously been arrested for on charges of property damage and weapon possession, but was let go after the Minnesota Freedom Fund posted $5,000 for his bail. The MFF has received the public endorsement of Harris, who encouraged her followers to donate to the fund over the summer.

The MFF has been heavily criticized for bailing out criminals from jail, including an alleged murderer, alleged attempted murderer, alleged child rapist, six alleged domestic abusers, and a twice-convicted sex offender.

Others have noted that while the MFF raised $30 million to bail out rioters, much of which came from celebrities, only a fraction of that money was actually used to bail out rioters.

However, the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) has bailed out defendants from Twin Cities jails charged with murder, violent felonies, and sex crimes. Among those bailed out is a suspect who shot at police, a woman accused of killing a friend, and a twice-convicted sex offender.

Attempted murder charges allege that Jaleel Stallings shot at a SWAT team during the riots in May. MFF paid $75,000 in cash to free Stallings out of jail.

Darnika Floyd, charged with second degree murder for stabbing a friend to death, was released after MFF paid $100,000 cash.

Christopher Boswell, a twice-convicted rapist charged with kidnapping, assault, and sexual assault in two separate cases, was freed by MFF's $35,000 cash payment.

MFF's interim executive director Greg Lewin stated that it is not about the crime; it's about the system.

Rioters over the summer caused over $2 billion in property damage across the United States, particularly in Minneapolis, where the riots began after a police officer was seen on video kneeling on the neck of George Floyd until he died of asphyxiation.

The officer responsible, Derek Chauvin, has been charged with second-degree unintentional murder and second-degree manslaughter, and is currently on bail pending trial.


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