Judicial Watch Scores a Victory Over Antifa Organizer, Who is Also a Middle School Teacher

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Posted: May 21, 2019 3:40 PM
Judicial Watch Scores a Victory Over Antifa Organizer, Who is Also a Middle School Teacher

Government watchdog Judicial Watch recently scored a legal victory over members of Antifa, a leftist anarchist group. 

Antifa organizer and middle school teacher (!) Yvette Felarca, in addition to two of her comrades, has been ordered by a federal judge to pay a total of $26,000 in legal fees. The order came after Felarca filed a lawsuit against Judicial Watch and lost.

"Felarca had sued the BUSD [ Berkeley Unified School District] in federal court to keep the school district from fulfilling its legal obligation to provide Judicial Watch with records of their communications mentioning: Felarca, Antifa, and/or BAMN. Judicial Watch also asked for Felarca’s personnel file," Judicial Watch released Tuesday. "Felarca is a prominent figure in By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), a group founded by the Marxist Revolutionary Workers League that protests conservative speaking engagements. In 2016, Felarca and two of her allies were arrested and charged with several crimes, including felony assault, for inciting a riot in Sacramento. Earlier this year, Felarca was ordered to stand trial for assault."

"In 2017, Judicial Watch filed a California Public Records Act (CPRA) request seeking public records information about Felarca’s Antifa activism and its effect within the Berkeley Unified School District. In her lawsuit aimed at keeping the Berkeley school district from furnishing the records, Felarca alleged that Judicial Watch was misusing the law for political means and the district should refuse to provide the information," the release continues. "In January 2018, a separate judge ordered Felarca to pay more than $11,000 in attorney and court fees for her frivolous attempt to get a restraining order against Troy Worden, the former head of the University of California (UC) Berkeley College Republicans."

Felarca is no stranger to controversy and appeared on Fox News last year to defend her "activism."