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Jared “Riley” Dowell, the biologically male “non-binary” daughter of Katherine Clark, a Democrat Massachusetts Rep who serves as House Minority Whip, has been given a one-year probational sentence after being charged with assaulting a Boston Police officer during an Antifa anti-cop protest in January.
Dowell, who was 23 years old at the time of his arrest, was charged with assault and battery, vandalism, and resisting arrest by the Suffolk District Attorney’s Office.
During an anti-police protest on Boston Common, Dowell struck a police officer in the face and defaced a public monument with spray paint, as seen in video footage.
Despite pleading not guilty to the assault and vandalism charges, Dowell has been ordered to write an apology letter to the officer and complete 30 hours of community service as part of her probation. She is also required to pay the city for the cost of cleaning up her graffiti.
If Dowell meets these conditions, the case against her will be considered resolved.
According to the Boston Police Department, at about 9:30 pm on January 22, officers responded to a protest at the Parkman Bandstand Monument located in the Boston Common. “Upon arrival officers observed an individual defacing the monument with spray paint. The tagging read ‘NO COP CITY’ and ‘ACAB,'” authorities stated. The phrases are commonly utilized by anti-police Antifa activists, including the ones rioting in the Atlanta “autonomous zone.”
According to an online biography for Rep. Clark, a “Jared Dowell” was listed as her child.
During Dowell’s arrest, a group of “about 20 protesters” surrounded the officers while “screaming profanities through megaphones,” said the department. This was taking place on a public street, causing traffic to come to a “standstill,” according to a statement.
“While interfering with the arrest of Jared Dowell, an officer was hit in the face and could be seen bleeding from the nose and mouth.”
“Last night, my daughter was arrested in Boston, Massachusetts. I love Riley, and this is a very difficult time in the cycle of joy and pain in parenting. This will be evaluated by the legal system, and I am confident in that process” Rep. Clark said at the time.
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