Studio 2.8, July 2019, An Anarcho-Communist Terrorist, With and Without His Black Bloc Disguise
This Studio 2.8 photography photo gallery presents two photographs. The first of these two photographs was produced on the afternoon of Sunday July 28, 2019 during a political rally and march held at Seattle's Cal Anderson Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. The second of these two photographs was produced two weeks earlier, on the afternoon of Sunday July 14, 2019 during a political rally held at Seattle's City Hall Park in downtown Seattle, Washington, adjacent to the King County Superior Court courthouse.
The first of the two Studio 2.8 photographs presented above depicts a tall, large, man, who wore a disguise that included a black and paisley print bandanna and a ball cap with a "U.S. Army Infantry" logo on it. The second of the two Studio 2.8 photographs presented above depicts the very same, tall, large, man, two weeks earlier, when he appeared at a rally without a disguise on, while wearing a red t-shirt and a ball cap with a Seahawks football team logo on it.
Based upon observation of the people this man interacted with during both of these political events, this man is a participant with the infamous Anarcho-Communist domestic terror cell network known as "Antifa" and the "Antifa Black Bloc". Pacific Northwest region Anarcho-Communists have become infamous for their violent criminal activities during political events around the region. For example, on Saturday, July 13, 2019 an Anarcho-Communist domestic terrorist named Willem Van Spronsen, fire bombed the U.S. Federal Immigration Detention Center in Tacoma, WA and was shot and killed by Tacoma, WA police during the commission of his violent crime.