First Name : Adele

Last Name : McLean

Approx. Age : 42

State : Georgia

Tags : Leadership   Defend the Atlanta Forest  


She's described by left-wing sources such as Unicorn Riot as an outspoken activist. She's involved with homeless issues and is also connected to Atlanta bail fund charities. McLean is the CEO of the Network for Strong Communities which runs the Atlanta Solidarity Fund, the main fund that bails out north Georgia rioters. She was arrested in May 2023 along with Marlon Kautz and Savannah Patterson in a police raid on their home. McLean was arrested for charity fraud for purchasing personal items with the charity's money. Her comrades were arrested for charity fraud and also money laundering. The bail fund transferred $48K to Siskiyou Mutual Aid in California in an apparent attempt to hide assets. Other left-wing bail funds peed their tranny panties after the arrests. McLean co-owns a junk house known as the Teardown Community in the Edgewood section of Atlanta with fellow radical Marlon Kautz. It's uncertain if she was romantically involved with Kautz or if they were merely comrades. She's not exactly a looker so I'm guessing the later. In a way, the Atlanta bail fund is a white trash parody of BLM. BLM takes in millions of dollars and its leaders buy million-dollar homes. The Atlanta Solidarity Fund takes in thousands of dollars and buys a junk home. (Her crap home)

Posted By : Anonymous in June 2023
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