Berkeley Teacher Arrested for Riot Threatens Mob Violence Again
If it wasn’t for all these cops protecting him, he would have been dealt with, by this crowd!
Yvette Felarca has already been arrested and suspended once, for attacking a man and trying to start a riot.
Apparently, this teacher is incapable of learning her lesson.
Mrs. Felarca couldn’t resist making threats, at the Ben Shapiro speech at UC Berkeley, on Sept. 14th. Part of a counter-protest crowd, she launched verbal attacks at attendees to the Shapiro speech, as they exited the building. Among them The Rebel Medias’ Lauren Southern, who was pointed out by Yvette Felarca, and then shoved.
Yvette can clearly be heard saying, “If it wasn’t for all these cops protecting him, he would have been dealt with, by this crowd!”
Lauren Southern can then be heard asking, “What does being dealt with mean?”
Yvette has made no secret of the fact that she believes in violence, to silence anyone she disagrees with. Anyone who is against socialism or sharia laws, is a Nazi, in Yvettes delusional self-righteousness.
Berkeley has lead the way in the rise of Antifa violence. Black Bloc members, alongside teachers and students, attacking free speech rallies. Right wing speakers. Anti-Marxist rallies. Kids wearing Trump hats.
They did $100,000 worth of damage, pitching a tantrum over Milo speaking.
Is it not time to hold the Berkeley Unified School District responsible, for the teachers who have proven themselves intolerant and violent?
Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca arrested on charges of inciting a riot
Yvette Felarca, the controversial Berkeley middle school teacher who frequently marches and protests against groups she considers to be fascistic, was arrested Tuesday night in connection with a violent neo-Nazi rally in Sacramento in June 2016.
Police took Felarca, 47, into custody in Southern California on charges of assault by means of force likely to inflict great bodily injury, a felony, and participating in a riot, and inciting a riot, both misdemeanors, according to information provided by the Sacramento County District Attorney’s office.
Felarca was captured on video hitting a member of the Traditionalist Worker’s Party, a white nationalist group that had taken out permits for a rally on the west steps of the state capitol. Felarca, a member of the group By Any Means Necessary, and other counter-protesters blocked the rally by chasing and hitting members of the Traditional Worker’s Party. At least 10 people suffered stab wounds and lacerations in the melee.
Felarca was filmed calling a man a Nazi, and punching him in the stomach repeatedly while shouting for him to “get the fuck off our streets.”
Berkeley teacher’s arraignment on riot charges set
SACRAMENTO — The arraignment of a Berkeley teacher on charges stemming from a riot outside the state Capitol last year has been set for Aug. 10, the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday.
Yvette Felarca, 47, faces charges of inciting and participating in a riot and assault likely to cause great bodily injury, the office announced last week. Felarca, who teaches at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, will be arraigned at 1:30 p.m. in Sacramento County Superior Court, Department 63, located at the Main Jail, 651 I Street, according to a press release.
Felarca is a political organizer for the anti-racist advocacy group BAMN — the initials stand for “By Any Means Necessary.”
Berkeley Unified School District placed Yvette Felarca, a Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School teacher, on administrative leave Wednesday, following community criticism after a video showed she physically attacked a self-proclaimed white nationalist during a protest in Sacramento, California on June 26.
The Berkeley school district is currently conducting an investigation into concerns that were raised surrounding Felarca, according to school district spokesperson Charles Burress. Burress declined to comment further on the situation.
Felarca has personally filed a state and federal lawsuit against the school district, and the teacher’s union has also filed a grievance with the district on Felarca’s behalf. The administrative leave was put in place about three weeks after classes began Aug. 30.
Yvette Felarca to return to Berkeley classroom today
Six weeks after the Berkeley Unified School District placed Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School teacher Yvette Felarca on administrative leave “pending an investigation into concerns that have been raised,” the teacher will be returning to her classroom.
BUSD Spokesman Charles Burress confirmed Tuesday that Felarca would be back teaching on Wednesday, Nov. 2. He would not say who reached that decision or why, citing “personnel issues.”
“I’m back to work tomorrow!” Felarca posted Tuesday on her Facebook page. “Thank you, everyone and congratulations to all — this victory belongs to all of us!”
Felarca said in an email that her restitution came after a Tuesday meeting between Shanta Driver, her attorney from the group BAMN (By Any Means Necessary), Cathy Campbell, the president of the Berkeley Federation of Teachers, Superintendent Donald Evans and other members of the administration.
Idled teacher sues Berkeley school district
A teacher who was put on administrative leave three months after she was filmed hitting a man while protesting against a white supremacist rally is suing the Berkeley school district in federal court, alleging defamation and violation of her civil rights. Yvette Felarca, a teacher at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, also is a political organizer for the anti-racist advocacy group BAMN — the initials stand for “By Any Means Necessary.”
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