First Name : Pam

Last Name : Starsia

Approx. Age : 41

State : New York

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Pam Renee Starsia (DOB: 10/02/80), AKA Pam Shisler, is a limousine liberal attorney who's described as an "anti-racist" activist and has represented Antifa members in court. Starsia attended the 2017 Unite the Right counter-protest as a member of Standing Up for Racial Justice and claimed to have seen Kessler shove someone to the ground. She later represented the Antifa affiliated militia Redneck Revolt in a lawsuit. Her Twitter feed has a lot of re-Tweets of notorious Antifa members Molly Conger and Emily Gocenski. Starsia holds an undergrad degree from Princeton and a law degree from Georgetown. She may currently work as an attorney for the Oneida Indian Nation in New York. She seems to move a lot which may be due to her husband's former job as a collegiate lacrosse coach. Hubby must have decided there was more money in the law than in lacrosse and he went to law school. Judging by the size of their $500K+ home outside of Schenectady, NY, they appear to be doing fairly well for themselves.

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