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Former Obama Employee Paid $ 250,000 To Guarantee Petrol Bomber To Police Car

Police car was bombed gasoline.

A former senior Obama administration intelligence officer spent $ 250,000 to sponsor a New York City lawyer who threw a petrol bomb into a police car during the riot demonstration, according to Fox News.

Salmah Rizvi, who served in the Obama administration's Defense Department and State Department, came to testify to Urooj Rahman, who was arrested last weekend along with his colleague Colinford Mattis.

Rizvi, an associate at Ropes & Gray law firm, told the court:
"Urooj Rahman is my best friend and I am an associate at Ropes & Gray law firm in Washington, DC I make $ 255,000 a year."
According to Rizvi's biography at the Islamic Scholarship Fund, "Rizvi's high-value work is often to compile the president's daily summary notice."

Rizvi also received a scholarship supported by the American Islamic Relations Council (CAIR), an anti-Israeli extremist group, and a member of a legal organization that supports boycotts of Israel.

In 2009, the FBI severed its once-close relationship with CAIR amid the evidence that the group was linked to a support network for Hamas.

Rizvi also received a scholarship from the Paul and Daisy Soros Scholarship Fund for new Americans, founded by George Soros's brother.

Rahman and Mattis were charged with intentionally sabotaging police patrol vehicles, and each could face up to 20 years in prison.

For his part, former President Obama praised the "change-effect" protests after Floyd's death.


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