But they’re not violent. Or radical. Or wanting revolution…
One of them, Maria Garcia, finked out her husband as being involved. Love that.
Via NY Post:
Four down, two to go.
A fourth suspect wanted for allegedly assaulting police officers during last weekend’s Millions March NYC protests surrendered to cops Saturday afternoon, just hours after a fellow cop-basher did the same, authorities said.
Cindy Gorn, 29 — “Female Suspect No. 2” — is a grad student at Columbia University who walked into Manhattan’s Fifth Precinct station house with her lawyer at 12:30 p.m., sources said.
The NYPD circulated video images of six people who the department says attacked officers as the Dec. 13 demonstrations made their way to the Brooklyn Bridge.
The six suspects allegedly prevented police from arresting a protester, later identified as another academic, Baruch College Professor Eric Linsker, who had thrown a garbage can at two lieutenants during the mayhem.
Linsker was arrested Dec. 14 on assault, resisting arrest, riot and marijuana-possession charges.
Gorn, a Brooklyn resident, was the second academic to surrender Saturday: Zachary Campbell, 32, a Rutgers University grad student and Spanish instructor, turned himself in at the Fifth Precinct station house earlier in the day, sources said.
Gorn is expected to face the same charges that cops slapped on Campbell — “Male Suspect No. 4” — including riot and obstructing governmental administration.
Campbell didn’t speak as he left the station house Saturday.
Campbell’s estranged wife, Maria Garcia, 36 — “Female Suspect No. 1” — was arraigned Saturday morning in Manhattan Criminal Court on charges of resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration and rioting.
Four already arrested before Gorn: Robert Murray (SEIU Organizer), Eric Linsker (Harvard educated CUNY professor), Maria Garcia (immigrant), Zach Campbell(Garcia’s husband, Rutgers grad student).
Two more are sought: