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Antifa Terrorist Convicted of 4 Counte of Attempted Manslaughter for Shooting at Driver Trying to Flee Rioters — Gets NO Prison Time — Shot and Injured 2 Fellow Protesters

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During the Antifa-BLM riots of 2020 protesters in Aurora, Colorado shut down Interstate 255 in the afternoon.

As Cassandra Fairbanks reported at the time — One family in a vehicle attempted to drive through the crowd of protesters that were walking on I-225 in Aurora, Colorado. That’s when an angry protester pulled out a gun and started shooting. The terrorist shot other protesters while trying to shoot the driver of the car.

This was attempted murder in broad daylight captured on video.

At least two protesters were hit or grazed by bullets as the fellow “protester” tried to shoot the driver. There were multiple gunshots directed at the car, but the people inside did not appear to be injured.

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“While the protestors were walking on I-225, a vehicle decided to drive through the crowd. A protestor decided to fire off a weapon, striking at least 1 other protester. They were transported to the hospital in stable condition,” the Aurora Police Department tweeted.

There was a family in the car and they were approached by the armed protester.

In a follow-up, the department wrote that “Someone else showed up to the hospital with a graze wound. The vehicle was towed and we are investigating that incident.”

On the following Monday police arrested protester Samuel Young.

Samuel Young was later found guilty on four counts of attempted murder.

But Samuel will not have to serve any time for attempted murder.

Andy Ngo reported on Locals.

Colorado Antifa shooter Samuel Young, who was convicted of four counts of attempted manslaughter when he shot at a driver trying to flee rioters on the highway in Aurora, was sentenced this week to no prison time. He received only five years of probation instead of the six years in prison that the prosecution sought. He had faced a maximum of 16 years in prison under sentencing guidelines.

Read the rest at Locals.

Meanwhile, Trump supporters rot in prison for walking into the US Capitol on Jan. 6.

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