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Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca pictured here inin center in checkered coat will felxrca longer face a felony assault charge in Sacramento if she completes 90 hours of volunteer work. Photo: Natalie Orenstein Under a plea agreement, the Sacramento District Attorney is set to dismiss a case against Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca and two co-defendants related to a neo-Nazi rally and counter-protest more than three years ago.

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Beneath the entertainment is the reality that assaulting others, no matter how abhorrent their beliefs, is illegal in the United States. Felarca will continue to teach, and BUSD has shown no s of giving in to the threats. about the Sacramento case.

Felarca was also charged with inciting a riot, a misdemeanor. She was ly a reporter for Berkeleyside.

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Yvette neo-Nazi, William Planer, was also sentenced to four years in prison after the Sacramento felarca. We were unarmed, but we came prepared to unite with our voices and our bodies. Felarca has called the charges against who a "politically motivated If they fail to complete that requirement within 18 months, they could be sent to jail for 90 days and put on informal probation for three years, said spokeswoman Shelly Orio in an.

Eventually, the police stopped the altercation and separated the parties. Donate to help us continue to provide you with reliable, independent reporting.

Case dismissed: busd teacher yvette felarca to continue work

Get Berkeleyside headlines delivered to your inbox. Felarca, a year-old middle school teacher, is currently being charged with felony assault yvettf two misdemeanor counts of inciting violence and participating in a riot for her role in an anti-fascist demonstration in Sacramento last year. Felarca against BUSD, where she was represented by the same counsel.

But Felarca, who claims that she was stabbed in the arm and hit on the head at the Sacramento protest, argues that her actions were justified. However, the California Highway Patrol initially recommended charges against counter-protesters and just five people from the yette groups Golden State Skinhe and Traditionalist Worker Party.

The case centered on an incident at a neo-Nazi rally in Sacramento in yvetet Felarca, a founding member and organizer for the civil rights group By Any Means Necessary BAMNwas captured on video yelling at a neo-Nazi holding a broom stick sized pole and proceeding to hit him until ybette police intervened moments later. Help us keep you informed in difficult times Berkeleyside relies on reader support so we can remain free to access for everyone in our community.

This group is widely considered militant and their tactics are controversial. They are organizing to attack and kill us. The police did not attempt to pursue charges against the neo-Nazis, the motion said, despite frlarca that they were armed with knives.

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Felarca has been a prominent figure at many local political rallies and is currently facing a felony charge in Sacramento for allegedly assaulting a neo-Nazi demonstrator. Any type of physical aggression against an individual, regardless of their extreme viewpoints, is traditionally seen as illegal. Felarca and her lawyers consistently argued that the Sacramento D.

In contrast, many of her students were satisfied with the atmosphere id the classroom.

Berkeley teacher felarca gets community service in sacramento assault case

Get Berkeleyside headlines delivered to your inbox. While some have argued that these arrests are an attempt by government officials to crackdown on protest and dissent and silence those who oppose the president's views, video does exist that seems to depict Felarca not just peacefully protesting, but physically attacking an alleged white nationalist.

Yvette Felarca punched a neo-Nazi at a protest last felarfa, and now she's arguing in court that standing up to fascism is not a crime. We have the right to defend ourselves The ruling says if they fail to comply they could be sent to jail for 90 days.

Felarca's next scheduled court date is October 4, according to The Daily Californian. Felarca and two of her co-defendants engaged with the man by first yelling at him to leave the protest and subsequently pushing and throwing punches at him.

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During the protest, Felarca allegedly attacked a white supremacist, punching him in the chest multiple times. According to The Guardian, Felarca is just one of hundreds of anti-Trump protesters who have been arrested and charged since his Inauguration. Felarca was interviewed by Tucker Carlson on Fox News.

Correction: The defendants are required to i 90 hours of volunteer work, not 90 days, which we stated in the original story. The Sacramento D.

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She was ly a reporter for Berkeleyside. Both sides acknowledged that nine people who ended up in the hospital with stabbing wounds that day were counter-protesters.

The school district released the records in batches over the next few months. We provide the opportunity to comment in order to foster a healthy debating environment and reserve the right to reject comments that stray away from that objective.

: natalie oaklandside. Berkeleyside filed a request for the records given to Judicial Watchand covered the documents in two stories. Photo: Natalie Orenstein Under a plea agreement, the Sacramento District Attorney is set to dismiss a case against Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca and two co-defendants related to a neo-Nazi rally and counter-protest more than three years ago. Media coverage of Felarca also grew.