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First Name : Robin

Last Name : Code

Approx. Age : 31

State : Kentucky

Tags : Politicians  

Notes

Robin Kunkel Code, AKA Robin Kunkel, (DOB: 06/30/90) is an organizer for the left-wing group Showing Up for Racial Justice who participated in the violent counter-protest to the UTR rally. She wrote in a blog post that she supports "direct action", aka violent protest. Code participated in a sit-in at the Kentucky Commonwealth Attorney's office. She claims to have been present at many of the violent BLM protests in Kentucky in 2020 and participated in a group that Zoom bombed an online court hearing for some of those arrested at the riots. She claims to have been present at many of the violent BLM protests in Kentucky in 2020 and participated in a group that Zoom bombed an online court hearing for some of those arrested. Code is also active in the anti-monument movement and works with a group called Take Back Cheapside which works to remove historical monuments. Additionally, she's affiliated with the socialist Kentucky Workers League. She ran for a seat on the Winchester City Council in the late 2010s. Code works as a store manager and lives in a small house in Winchester, Kentucky. Her legal name is Robin Code but she often goes by Robin Kunkel or Robin Code Kunkel. https://archive.ph/iAcJl#selection-2281.79-2281.91, https://archive.ph/6vts0



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