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WATCH: Undercover video shows Antifa leader in Seattle chastising the group for bad tactical decisions resulting in arrests

A leader of Seattle Antifa was caught on camera berating other members and having an unhinged episode after the group's tactics failed against the Seattle Police Department Saturday night, resulting in the arrest of 13 group members.

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Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
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A leader of Seattle Antifa was caught on camera berating other members and having an unhinged episode after the group's tactics failed against the Seattle Police Department (SPD) Saturday night, resulting in the arrest of 13 group members.

Antifa and Black Lives Matter marched downtown Seattle on the anniversary of the death of Breonna Taylor, where they committed various different crimes including; property damage, felony assault, obstruction of justice, and resisting arrest in the name of 'justice.'

According to a source within SPD, officers were given orders to put pressure on the group once they started participating in criminal behavior that would deem them subject to arrest. These orders are a stark contrast compared to the last few weeks as officers refrained from making arrests and allowed the group to openly vandalize the city.

Antifa militants were caught off-guard as Seattle PD spared no time putting immense pressure on the group, resulting in more than a dozen arrests.

"Stop trying to actively put our group in danger. Every decision you guys made today put us in danger," said the Antifa member, who identified herself as Saturday night's leader.

"What the f**k. I don’t want to hear nobody talk," she yelled, showing extreme frustration after her fellow comrades were arrested for committing crimes.

"Tonight, any night that we’re out here, is not about the motherfu**in 'bikey boys' (SPD Bike Officers)," said the leader in frustration. "Yeah we can go out there and talk to them as we’re walking passed. But never should we just be stopping."

The leader expressed that the individuals arrested by SPD during tonight’s demonstration were detained because they stopped to engage officers instead of continuously moving, an optic she claims that she has been coaching the group to do for over 290 days.

"You know what that allows them to do? Grab. And you know what that does? Weakens our numbers," she emphasized.

"It has people fuc**n' run. It weakens our numbers...and what have I been telling you for 290 plus days? Not to run because it puts disabled people who are out here in danger. It puts black people who cannot run in danger."

The leader expressed that running specifically put her in danger since she has an injury. "You see me with that fu**in knee brace? I can’t keep up when ni**as just duck."

"I told you guys from the start that I didn’t want to have to lead this March. Girl I told you I wanted to go have fun with the rest of y’all. I hate leading," she continued. "But you all just can’t handle walking and realizing we’re all in a dangerous spot...I have to step up and I don’t want to have to do that."

After going off on the members of the group, she waved the 'white flag and proclaimed "Today is a loss."

"We’ve been hyping this up. Everyone’s like get your gear ready! I told you to wash you’re a**es. We’ve got sh*t to do, alright? We didn’t get sh*t done because all of you are too worried about Portland getting kettled," said the leader of Saturday night's protest.

The statement comes after Portland Police Officers 'kettled' protesters during a march Friday night in Portland’s Pearl District, detaining the group and making them subject to arrest in response to the violent riot the night before where Antifa set a Federal Courthouse on fire.

"Seattle don’t have the resources and we can only get arrested if we are committing a fu**ing felony. Do your research on how our fu**ing cops handle things," she said. "Don’t worry about what Portland’s doing. Yeah we can learn some sh*t from them. But it’s not everything. We are not Portland, we are fu**ing Seattle."

Both Seattle and Portland Antifa frequently support and attend each other's 'direct actions' in an attempt to increase numbers, which is convenient as the cities are just a little over three hours away.

According to Seattle PD, 13 individuals were arrested during Saturday night's demonstration. Four of the arrestees were booked into the King County Jail and nine were processed and released from the West Precinct.

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