Black Lives Matter protester is arrested after Facebook posts

Black Lives Matter protester is arrested in Washington state after calling police 'pigs' and saying he wants to 'take their heads off with a hand saw' Jeremy Logan says he was driven away by plain-clothes cops in an unmarked van Logan says he was arrested on a 2013 drugs warrant which was only now fulfilled Spokane County sheriff hit back and insisted the arrest was not a 'political issue' 

By Tim Stickings For Mailonline

Published: 13:23 BST, 9 September 2020 | Updated: 13:23 BST, 9 September 2020

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A Black Lives Matter protester was arrested and bundled into a van on a seven-year-old arrest warrant after calling police 'pigs' and saying he wanted to 'take their heads off with a hand saw'. 

Jeremy Logan says he was driven away in an unmarked van and kept in custody for more than a day while on his way to a protest in Spokane, Washington. 

Logan, the chair of a local Democratic Socialists of America branch, told HuffPost that he was arrested on a 2013 drugs warrant which has only now been fulfilled. 

Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich hit back in a lengthy press conference where he insisted that Logan's arrest was 'not a political issue'. 

However, the Republican sheriff admitted that officers had been monitoring Logan's online rhetoric in the lead-up to his arrest. 

Jeremy Logan (pictured) says he was driven away in an unmarked van and kept in custody for more than a day while on his way to a protest in Spokane, Washington

Jeremy Logan (pictured) says he was driven away in an unmarked van and kept in custody for more than a day while on his way to a protest in Spokane, Washington

Logan said he was arrested on August 30 after plain-clothes officers grabbed him and told him he was under arrest on a warrant. 

He says that up to eight plain-clothed men handcuffed him and bundled him into an unmarked van before driving him to city police. 

Logan was wearing a shirt with the slogan ACAB or 'All Cops Are B***ards', which he says was 'not taken lightly' by the arresting officers. 

Two friends witnessed the arrest and told HuffPost that it was 'scary'. Logan was released a day later when his father paid a $500 bond.

Logan said the

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