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Two of the six suspects charged with domestic terrorism after an anti-police protest turned violent in downtown Atlanta on Saturday night have been granted bond, according to local reports.
Both Ivan Ferguson, 23, of Nevada, and 20-year-old Graham Evatt of Decatur, Georgia, were given bond at $355,000 on Monday, FOX5 Atlanta reported. Evatt was the only suspect arrested who was from Georgia.
The four other suspects who were denied bond were Nadja Geier, 24, of Nashville, Tennessee; Madeleine Feola, 22, of Spokane, Washington; Francis Carrol, 22, of Kennebunkport, Maine; and Emily Murphy, 37, of Grosse Isle, Michigan.
The battle all began over land where a new public safety training center is to be built. Protesters have taken over the land and have been camping out on it, in an effort to prevent the new training center to be built, which they are calling “Cop City.”
Last week, as officers were trying to clear protesters from the site, one teen, identified as Manuel Esteban Paez Teran, opened fire, shooting and wounding a state trooper. Georgia State Patrol officers returned fire, killing Teran.
Other protesters then vowed a “Night of Rage” in Atlanta over Teran’s death, and their riot Saturday night turned violent, as they attacked a police building and lit an Atlanta police car on fire.
Names & booking photos for those arrested 1/21/23. Chargeshttps://t.co/tclQgvipQe
•Nadja Geier 24,Nashville, TN
•Madeleine Feola 22, Spokane, WA
•Ivan Ferguson 23, Nevada
•Graham Evatt 20, Decatur, GA
•Francis Carrol 22, Kennebunkport, ME
•Emily Murphy 37, Grosse Isle, MI pic.twitter.com/rXOHf2Oh1W
— Atlanta Police Department (@Atlanta_Police) January 22, 2023
Two Atlanta riot suspects granted bond, 4 others denied after domestic terrorism charges https://t.co/lKeYrFniSl
— Fox News (@FoxNews) January 24, 2023
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