The co-founder of the Black Lives Matter chapter in Upstate New York was arrested final week after left-wing demonstrators launched a whole bunch of cockroaches inside an Albany courthouse as she was dealing with arraignment.
Following the incident on Tuesday, Clyanna Lightbourn, 34, was taken into custody by the Albany PD and charged with obstruction of governmental administration, tampering with bodily proof, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct, police experiences revealed.
Lightbourn, along with three different activists, appeared in courtroom for his or her scheduled arraignment, however, throughout the previous, a number of BLM members within the viewers started a deliberate disruption within the courtroom, in accordance with the Washington Occasions.
Along with the standard screeching and senseless chanting, the crazed activists launched a whole bunch of cockroaches from Tupperware containers that had been smuggled into the constructing, forcing the courtroom to shut for the remainder of the day with the intention to be fumigated.
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Lots of of cockroaches launched in Albany courthouse in obvious protesthttps://t.co/9hHLqvf204 pic.twitter.com/ORmTVcebpr
— The Washington Occasions (@WashTimes) June 9, 2022
Throughout the commotion, Lightbourn, who previously labored for the New York Senate Democratic Convention Companies Workplace, started filming the incident together with her telephone. She was arrested after an officer took her telephone and she or he tried to get it again, in accordance with sources who spoke with The Washington Occasions.
“A spokesperson for the Albany Workplace of Courtroom Administration, Lucian Chalfen, offered pictures of the massive cockroaches crawling on the ground of the courthouse.
‘What transpired is just not advocacy or activism, it’s legal conduct with the intent to disrupt a continuing and trigger harm,’ Mr. Chalfen mentioned in an announcement.
The courtroom added that the prosecution will likely be looking for restitution for the price of Tuesday’s fumigation.
‘Taxpayers shouldn’t foot the invoice for these actions.’ Mr. Chalfen mentioned…
…’Whereas the incident stays below investigation, the Workplace of the District Lawyer want to emphasize that whereas the precise to protest is protected, we oppose the disruption of courtroom proceedings, and the obvious show of disrespect proven to the courtroom,’ an announcement from the Albany County District Lawyer’s Workplace learn.”