Masked Anarchist Identified and Arrested for Torching a Police Car Because He Forgot to Cover His Neck Tattoo
ANTIFA are not the brightest bulbs in the box.
Sure, they’re good at organizing chaos, but when the rubber hits the road they’re not very good at the details.
And that’s a good thing – it’s easier to identify and arrest them – and hopefully now that they’re labeled a terror organization their stupidity and inability to “follow through” on the details will make it easier to round them up and toss them in the clink.
That’s exactly what happened with Timothy O’Donnell.
O’Donnell is an ANTIFA anarchist who was recently arrested for torching a police SUV in Chicago.
He wore a “Jokers Mask” while he set the cop car on fire and was caught on film (photo) doing it.
The reason he was so easy to apprehend, was that he left his distinctive (and stupid) neck tattoo visible while wearing a mask.
Feds charged Timothy O’Donnell, with arson, for setting fire to a Chicago police SUV during the riots.
They ID’d him on video from his neck tattoo that reads “PRETTY”
He’s going to be the belle of the ball in prison. pic.twitter.com/F7P0zdppyv
— Amy ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@MaybeAmes) June 3, 2020
Feds knew exactly who he was thanks to his prior anarchist behavior and arrests.
A South Side man was hit with federal arson charges Tuesday alleging he set fire to a Chicago police SUV in the Loop while wearing a “Joker” clown mask during the weekend unrest.
Timothy O’Donnell, 31, was seen on video taken by a bystander on Saturday approaching the police vehicle parked in the 200 block of North State Street and placing a lit object into the car’s gas tank, according to an eight-page criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court.
After the squad car burst into flames, O’Donnell was captured in a photograph provided by a different witness posing in front of the blaze.
Though his face was obscured by the grinning mask, O’Donnell’s distinctive neck tattoo reading “PRETTY” could clearly be seen in the photo, according to the complaint.
That image — as well as several others — were included in the charging document.
Police found the mask in O’Donnell’s bedroom when they searched his apartment in the 700 block of West 19th Street, according to the complaint.
O’Donnell later admitted in an interview with law enforcement that he was the one seen in the mask igniting the blaze, the charges alleged.
An initial appearance for O’Donnell will likely take place at the Dirksen U.S. Courthouse on Wednesday.
O’Donnell was one of five people now charged with committing federal crimes in Chicago amid the chaos and looting that struck the city after the police-involved homicide of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Let’s hope these scumbag communists continue to leave a trail of breadcrumbs right to their doorsteps.
The quicker we get these violent anti-American losers off the streets, the better.
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