Clara Kraebber, a student at Rice University, is one of the Black Lives Matter protesters who faced felony rioting and delinquent graffiti allegations that allegedly caused $ 100,000 damage by a group of people in Flatiron District on September 4. day. If found guilty of first degree riot, he can be imprisoned for a maximum of four years.
According to the New York Times newspaper, a group of eight people who broke windows and destroyed their workplaces were protesting the death of Daniel Prude, who died as a result of drowning after police covered his head in Rochester, New York. . He had a heart attack the following week and died. Prude’s family accused the authorities of trying to conceal Prude’s cause of death. The next day, while netizens were discussing the story on Twitter, “Rich NYC” became the most sought-after Twitter topic, with nearly 10,000 words. The Post revealed that 20-year-old Kraebber lived in the Upper East Side with his mother Virginia Kindred and was an architect at Kindred Arch. Works and his father, Markus Kraebber, is a child psychiatrist who also teaches at Columbia. Post discovered the University Department of Psychiatry.
Clara Kraebber didn’t have much to say when reached by phone at her SECOND home in Connecticut Friday night.
— ugh… maybe (@michaelallenmar) September 6, 2020
Kraebber Comes From a Rich Family
The New York Post reported that Kraebber’s family owned a $ 1.8 million flat on the Upper East Side, which they bought in 2016. They also have a home with four fireplaces in Connecticut, where Post contacted Kraebber on Friday night.
A law enforcement insider accused Kraebber of being a hypocrite. “This girl must be the exemplary child of white privilege growing up in the Upper East Side and another home in Connecticut,” the source told The Post. “This is the culmination of hypocrisy.”
I wonder what his wealthy parents thought of their daughter. How would they feel if they had charted townhouses? “person added.
Limousine liberal Democrat activist arrested for felony riot. I wonder how many minimum-wage workers now don’t have jobs because spoiled brats in this woke riot destroyed their workplaces.https://t.co/yTeyAwqdLR
— James Higgins (@JamesEHiggins) September 6, 2020
About 93 percent of the protests in America were non-violent, according to a report by the Armed Conflict Site and Incident Data Project, a nonprofit group, The Washington Post reported. Most of the shows were about the Black Lives Matter movement and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The nationwide protests began in late May, following the death of George Floyd. According to the report, there have since been 7,750 protests between May and 22 August 2020, of which 220 have become “violent”. Violence has been described as fighting or harming police officers, with the officers’ violent response escalating the situation. As the Washington Post put it, “the harsh police response seems to have fueled tension and increased the risk of violent escalation,” the report says. “The increased use of force against the demonstrators comes amidst the government’s response to internal unrest, and particularly the government’s effort to militarize demonstrations perceived in connection with leftist groups such as the antifa, which it sees as a ‘terrorist’ organization.”