Alleged white extremist ‘Umbrella Man’ police suspect of Minneapolis anarchy


In a viral video of a Minneapolis protests, a man suspected of being a known member of a white supremacist group smashing windows, police alleged in a search warrant affidavit. The man in question, Michelle Carlson, has not been charged with a crime.

The video, filmed on May 27, shows a man dressed in lawfully breaking all windows of an autozone in Minneapolis during a racial justice protest over the police murder of George Floyd. The man also sprayed “free dirt for all area” paint on the doors of the building. The man appeared dressed as an anti-fascist, but was seen as a potential intruder or “outside agitator” when protesters tried to question his movements. He is known on social media as the “Umbrella Man”, in which he was a police officer who attempted to refute the principles.

Now, a search warrant affidavit first reported by Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Police say they received a tip that the man is Michelle Carlson, “a full member of Hell’s Angels” and “a known associate of the Aryan cowboy”. The Aryan Cowboys are a well-known prison gang in Minnesota and Kentucky. “

Mitchell did not immediately return a voicemail from The Daily Beast on Tuesday.

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