Wealthy NYC Protester's Notes Allegedly Reveal Plans to Occupy Luxury Apartments

Wealthy NYC Protester's Notes Allegedly Reveal Plans to Occupy Luxury Apartments


The wealthy young college student from New York City accused of rioting in Lower Manhattan allegedly revealed plans to take over luxury apartments abandoned by “white flight,” and defend them from other people taking over by tossing bricks off the rooftops.

Clara Kraebber, 20, whose parents own a $1.8 million Upper East Side co-op with riverside views, wrote down her plan to build a “BLM [Black Lives Matter] focused” network for “wealth re-distribution” in notes seized by authorities following last week’s arrest, the New York Post reported.

Kraebber’s family also has a second home in Litchfield County, Connecticut: a 4-bedroom, 2 1/2 bathroom farmhouse that dates back to 1730 and sits on nearly seven acres of land.

The Post reached Kraebber at her Connecticut home, where she declined to comment on her alleged role in the riots that caused $100,000 to multiple banks, a few Starbucks coffee shops, and a

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