First Name : Clyanna

Last Name : Lightbourn

Approx. Age : 34

State : New York

Tags : East Coast Network   Leadership  


Clyanna "Kiki" Eugenia Lightbourn (DOB: 02/27/98) is the co-founder of an upstate New York BLM chapter who was charged with multiple crimes for releasing hundreds of Madagascar hissing cockroaches into an Albany courtroom during her arraignment. She was charged with disorderly conduct, obstruction of governmental administration, tampering with physical evidence, criminal contempt and resisting arrest. Her arraignment was for actions at a rent protest. Lightbourn apparently organized the cockroach protest although it's unclear if she released the roaches. In addition to the criminal charges, the county prosecutor said he will seek restitution for the cost of fumigating the courthouse. She's affiliated with the Emma Willard school which is a 200 year old high brow private girls school and has given left-wing seminars on campus. Lightbourn has degrees in psychology and worked for the New York Senate Democratic Conference Services Office. She was fired after the cockroach incident which is surprising. Perhaps the New York Dems thought some of the cockroaches were their relatives. Lightbourn previously worked as a counselor for a LGBTQ.... group. She lives in a dumpy apartment in Troy, New York near Albany.,,, (yawn)

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