First Name : Jamier

Last Name : Sale

Approx. Age : 31

State : California

Tags : Antifa Sacramento   BAMN  


According to a 2016 criminal investigation by the California Highway Patrol recently obtained by the William McKinley Institute, Jamier Lamont Sale "arrived at the California State Capitol to support a planned action to deny the Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP) from assembling and speaking at their event." Birthdate: 8/21/1991 Full name: Jamier Lamont Sale. He's an activist who's been documented at many Sacramento protests. Sale organized a Freddy Gray rally to show solidarity with Baltimore. Gray was a black Baltimore man who died in the custody of a mostly black police unit and his death led to multiple days of rioting. Sale counter-protested a 2017 Trump rally in San Francisco. He was interviewed by a local TV station at a Sacramento George Floyd riot / protest in 2020. His half-sister was arrested for lynching at a 2015 anti-police protest. California broadly defines lynching as forcibly taking a person from police custody and she was pulling a fellow protester away from police. He attended an event to celebrate a cop killer who spent 50 years in a Louisiana prison. His YT:

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