Studio 2.8, December 7, 2019, Pearl Harbor Day, McGraw Square Seattle, Anarchist Later Arrested, Trying To Be Intimidating
This Studio 2.8 photography photograph was produced on Saturday December 7, 2019 at McGraw Square in Seattle, WA, during a Pearl Harbor Day commemoration event. In this Studio 2.8 photograph, one of numerous violent anarcho-communist extremist counter-demonstrators, apparently a man named Raphael Katkov, who thought he was trying to be intimidating, as he approach very closely and made the aggressive facial gesture apparent in this photograph. What this anarchist actually accomplished, was to provide an excellent photographic production opportunity for the Studio 2.8 photojournalism staff.
The anarchist in the Studio 2.8 exclusive photograph above was later arrested by several Seattle Police officers, after he tried to obstruct the police officers' efforts to protect a group of Republican Pearl Harbor Day marchers from attack, as the Republicans marched through the streets of downtown Seattle. The accompanying fair use video clip presented below, which was produced by Cody Adams, a brief excerpt from a longer video published on the youtube video publication platform by Cody Adams, shows the anarchist above, whose name appears to be Raphael Katkov, as the communist anarchist appeared when the Seattle Police arrested him, put the communist anarchist counter-protester into a police paddy wagon van, and transported him to the King County Jail for arrest processing.