Studio 2.8, January 5, 2020, Seattle City Hall, Criminal Anarchist Nicholas Armstrong Arrested and Jailed for Reckless Endangerment
The Studio 2.8 photography photo gallery above, contains several photographs of the infamous criminal "Black Bloc" anarcho-communist domestic terror cell network participant Nicholas Armstrong, as Armstrong was being arrested on a charge of "Reckless Endangerment" (RCW 9A.36.050 - a gross misdemeanor crime) as Armstrong was being prepared for transport to the King County Jail. This gallery of Studio 2.8 photographs produced on Sunday January 5, 2020 in downtown Seattle, Washington, near the 4th Avenue and Cherry Street intersection. The set of Studio 2.8 photographs above, which depict Nicholas James Armstrong in handcuffs and under arrest by the Seattle Police Department was produced before and after a political rally held by the Washington Three Percent called "United Against Hate". The fourth photograph in the Studio 2,.8 gallery above presents Nicholas Armstrong (alias "Jaymie Jameson") as Armstrong appeared during the hours before the official rally began, wearing communist anarchist all black "Black Bloc" style disguising apparel, as Armstrong and members of various communist groups such as the Revolutionary Communist Party, picketed in counter-protested on the 4th Avenue sidewalk across the Washington Three Percent "United Against Hate" rally.
Nicholas Armstrong, who is a fugitive from the Idaho criminal justice system, is currently the subject of two active Ada County, Idaho arrest warrants. Nicholas James Armstrong is also currently under active prosecution for one or more crimes the Ada County prosecutor's office accuses Armstrong of having committed. One of the Idaho criminal court cases currently pending against Nicholas Armstrong (aka "Jaymie Jameson") is State of Idaho vs. Nicholas James Armstrong CR01-16-34348.
The photograph at the left is one of several prior Ada County, Idaho arrest and jail booking "mughot" photos of Nicholas James Armstrong produced by the Ada County, Idaho sheriff's department. Nicholas James Armstrong is also a defendant in current and ongoing a King County, Washington Superior Court civil lawsuit against Nicholas James Armstrong that includes civil claims for assault and battery, libel, libel per se, harassment and other civil tort claims.