Fox 2 San Francisco, “UC Berkeley students charged with vandalism”

Chamu’s Facebook page included many messages that “were consistent with the graffiti messages,” such as “f— the police, rebellion, Black Lives Matter, God Bless Antifa, White Nationalism and supremacy, tech development and its negative impact on Black and Brown bodies,” Hong wrote.

At Estrada’s home, officers found many items belonging to Chamu, as well as many others related to anarchism and anti-fascism, according to Hong. Hong wrote, “Estrada had numerous stickers and literature, but several were notable in their messages: Antifas with the Adidas brand symbol, Defending Our Hoods with a picture of a knife, Die Techie Scum, Attack White Supremacy, and Attack the Police which were consistent with the graffiti messages.”

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