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The man killed in a deadly shootout in Atlanta’s “police city” has been identified as Manuel Esteban Paez Teran. Let’s find out more details about what happened to the antifa protesters in Atlanta Cop City.
- Manuel Esteban Paez Teran, 26, was killed in a shootout in Atlanta
- Terran was shot after he allegedly opened fire on a Georgia State Patrol trooper
- The crossfire Wednesday was at Atlanta’s Future Public Safety Training Center
- Seven others were charged with domestic terrorism and criminal trespass
Why was Manuel Esteban Paez Teran shot and killed?
Manuel Esteban Paez Teran, 26, was the man killed in a shooting in Atlanta’s “police city,” and seven other people were charged with criminal trespass and domestic terrorism.
During a “clearance operation” of the alleged autonomous zone Wednesday near the site of the planned $90 million Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, the 26-year-old man was shot and killed after allegedly shooting at Georgia State Patrol trooper.
Manuel Esteban Paez Teran was shot and killed Wednesday morning, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The Terran was in a tent in the woods and did not follow verbal commands by law enforcement officers trying to clear the area, the GBI said.
When Teran shot and wounded a state trooper, other law enforcement officers returned fire and killed Teran, the GBI said.
GBI ID MAN KILLED IN ‘COP CITY’ | 26YO Manuel Esteban Paez Teran, known as Tort among friends. The GBI said 25 campsites were found and removed. The GBI said mortar-style fireworks, bladed weapons, machine guns, gas masks and a torch were found. Those arrested and charged are in the following tweet… (1/2) pic.twitter.com/QnxGdEadUh
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The injured were taken to the hospital
The injured Georgia State Patrol trooper was taken to a local hospital where he underwent surgery. The Georgia Department of Public Safety said it would not release the name of the injured patrol officer, telling Postmillennials that doing so would “compromise security against criminal or terrorist acts due to retaliation.” A gun and shell casings were found at the scene.
Col. Chris Wright, the commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Safety, told reporters Wednesday that the wounded trooper underwent surgery and was in intensive care. He told state lawmakers during a budget hearing Thursday that the soldier remains in intensive care and is scheduled to undergo another surgery Thursday morning.
This is stated in a message of the agency would not release the name of the soldier involved in the shooting “because disclosure would compromise security against criminal or terrorist acts due to retaliation.”
Seven others were arrested and charged
Seven others were arrested and charged with domestic terrorism and criminal trespass, with additional charges pending. They include:
- Jeffrey Parsons, 20, of Maryland
- Timothy Murphy, 25, of Maine
- Spencer Bernard Liberto, 29, of Pennsylvania
- Matthew Ernest Makar, 30, of Pennsylvania
- Sarah Wasilewski, 35, of Pennsylvania
- Christopher Reynolds, 31, of Ohio
- Teresa Shen, 31, from New York
Shen is a graduate of Manhattan liberal arts institution Barnard College, while Macar graduated with a master’s degree in international relations from Penn State University in 2016, according to networking site LinkedIn.
Liberto and Wasilewski appear to be in a relationship based on photos on social media. The posts appear to have a long history of left-leaning politics.
According to GBI reports
The GBI said about 25 campsites were found and removed Wednesday and that mortar-like fireworks, edged weapons, machine guns, gas masks and a torch were found.
GBI Director Mike Register said Wednesday that people are “illegally occupying” the area and carrying out acts that endanger the community, including arson and the use of explosives.
The “clearance operation” was conducted in the same area where a handful of people were arrested last month and also charged with domestic terrorism. At the time, authorities said firefighters and police officers were attacked with stones and guns as they removed barricades blocking entrances to the site.
The 85-acre (35-hectare) property is owned by the City of Atlanta. It is located just outside the city limits in unincorporated DeKalb County and includes a former state penitentiary farm.
Cody Alcorn posted
GBI ID MAN KILLED IN ‘COP CITY’ | 26YO Manuel Esteban Paez Teran, known as Tort among friends. The GBI said 25 campsites were found and removed. The GBI said mortar-like fireworks, bladed weapons, machine guns, gas masks and torches were found. Those arrested and charged are in the following tweet.
Charges: domestic terrorism and criminal trespass rn. 20 Jeffrey Parsons, Maryland 29 Spencer Liberto, Pennsylvania 30 Matthew Makar, Pennsylvania 25 Timothy Murphy, Maine 31 Christopher Reynolds, Ohio 31 Teresa Shen, New York 35 Sarah Wasilewski , Pennsylvania.
JC Hall posted
I guess you shouldn’t shoot a cop if you don’t want to end up dead… Manuel Esteban Paez Teran, identified as protester killed by Atlanta police
On Thursday, investigators released the identity of the man who was shot and killed by law enforcement officers who were trying to clear protesters camping at the site.
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