The Real Reason Revok Was Arrested
Melrose & Fairfax posted a very interesting article. The “Revok-Case” is pretty weird with him being arrested only a week after “Art in the streets” opened at MOCA and the high bail amount, etc. so I wouldn’t be surprised if their accusations against the LAPD are true.
The trumped up charges against Revok have reeked of suspicion ever since his arrest. From nabbing Revok in the first place for a parole violation and not a new crime, to the exorbitant $320,000 bail, to be sentenced to half a year in jail a day after the arrest, the whole thing seemed like there was something bigger going on.
The LAPD were clearly looking for someone to make an example of doing graffiti outside MOCA. But when they hadn’t made an arrest on the streets after the first week, they wanted a high profile name to take down. There was probably a short list of high profile arrests, so short, there was probably only one name on it–Revok.
Read more after the jump! Continue reading REVOK News: Reasons For His Arrest And How To Support Him