WATCH: Antifa protestor arrested in NYC and yells “My dad works for the court!”

One antifa protestor had a message for police as he was arrested. “My dad works for the courts,” he said as he was escorted out of the subway.
Barrett Wilson Montreal, QC

Multiple arrests were made in New York City Friday night as far-left and antifa protestors clashed during the #FTP (F*ck the Police) protests that started at Grand Central Station.

One protestor had a curious message for his arresting officers as he was cuffed and dragged off. “My dad works for the courts,” he repeated as he was escorted out of the subway station.

The protests were organized online, with one far-left Twitter account tweeting: “The streets are ours. The trains our [sic] ours. The walls are ours. This moment is ours. How will you and your crew build and fuck shit up for #FTP3 on #J31 (THIS FRIDAY)?”

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