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Gun control activist who attempted to shoot/kill Jewish political candidate bailed out of jail

The gun control supporting March For Our Lives activist-turned-journalist-turned-political candidate has been bailed out of jail via the Louisville Community Bail Fund.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Louisville Community Bail Fund has posted the $100,000 bond for the man charged with opening fire at a Louisville mayoral candidate's office Monday morning.

Quintez Brown, 21, is charged with attempted murder and four counts of wanton endangerment, after allegedly firing shots inside the campaign office of Craig Greenberg.

At his arraignment on Monday, Judge Annette Karem raised Brown's bond from $75,000 to $100,000 and said if bond was posted, Brown would be released to home incarceration. Attorney Rob Eggert said in court that he planned to have a psychiatric evaluation for Brown, whom he said has "serious mental issues."

A reminder that MFOL supports these type of funds.

Noted too that gun control groups have been silent about this shooting.

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Larry Spencer
Larry Spencer
16 feb 2022

"leave it in your room and let it play all day/night."

Fraud may as well be her middle name.

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