El hombre de Minnesota que golpeó el coche de la policía de Fargo durante la protesta de George Floyd 2 años en prisión

Jonathan Montañez, 31, golpeó un coche de policía con los puños, saltó sobre él y provocó que los manifestantes causaran violencia y destrucción en un mes de mayo. 30 manifestación en fargo, según fiscales. He was arrested at the end of September.

The FBI’s mission is to uphold the Constitution, which includes freedom of speech and the right to assemble. Jonathan Montanez took personal advantage of what was supposed to be a peaceful protest that day, to engage in criminal activity,” FBI’s Minneapolis Special Agent in Charge, Michael Paul, dijo en un comunicado.

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Montanez was also ordered to spend three years on supervised release after his prison term.

His attorney did not immediately respond to a Fox News request for comment on the sentence.

He and other protesters jumped on an occupied police car and helped whip up a riot, the DOJ said.

Fargo resident Errick Toa, also 31, pleaded guilty to a civil disorder charge in January for playing a similar role in the chaos, and stomping through a windshield of a patrol car with officers still inside.

As the crowd grew unruly, it caused thousands of dollars in damage andcaused many serious injuries to law enforcement officers,” according to the Justice Department.

Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney eventually declared an emergency curfew to help quell the unrest.

Local reports show video and photographs of shattered windows at downtown businesses with looters rushing in and out and rioters hurling tear gas canisters back at police.

The riot began as a peaceful protest over the death of George Floyd, which had happened five days earlier and led to demonstrations around the country.

Derek Chauvin, one of four ex-Minneapolis police officers charged in Floyd’s death, is currently on trial in the city, facing charges of murder and manslaughter.

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