UNC Teacher’s Assistant and Antifa member arrested, again, during brawl at Confederate statute site

Almost a dozen people were arrested after a brawl broke out at the site of a North Carolina Confederate statue slated for removal- and one is a known repeat offender.

The statue was scheduled for removal after the United Daughters of the Confederacy reportedly failed to provide a judge sufficient evidence as to why the statue should remain.

According to ABC11, protesters against the Pittsboro-based statue’s removal gathered and were met by counter-protesters, including an Antifa member who has been known for using biological weapons against people -and statues- that clash with her personal ideologies.

A UNC teaching assistant and member of Antifa, Maya Little was arrested last weekend for inciting a riot and felony malicious conduct.

Little had previously mixed paint and blood to throw on the “Silent Sam” statue, during a similar moment of controversy in the state.

“Maya Little mixed her blood with paint to throw on a statue,” journalist Andy Ngo said of Little. Unclear where exactly the blood came from but one can guess.”

It is unknown if Little used a biological mixture as a weapon at the most recent protest.

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