Wealthy white BLM protester, 20, inspired by Stalin wanted to occupy luxury ...

Wealthy white BLM protester, 20, inspired by Stalin wanted to occupy luxury homes vacated by 'white flight' during the virus and protect them by throwing bricks off the top of the roof Clara Kraebber planned to build a 'BLM focused' network for 'wealth redistribution' in notes seized by law enforcement last week Kraebber's notes do detail wearing 'casual attire' before changing into black at the demonstrations and monitoring police radio frequencies  She has been hiding out at her family's farmhouse in Litchfield County, Connecticut, since being accused of vandalism during peaceful BLM protests  Protest was sponsored by the New Afrikan Black Panther Party and the Revolutionary Movement Kraebber and the others busted with her are white and come from privileged backgrounds

By Dailymail.com Reporter

Published: 02:52 BST, 12 September 2020 | Updated: 02:52 BST, 12 September 2020

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The wealthy white woman who was accused of rioting in Lower Manhattan had plans to take over luxury apartments abandoned by affluent white New Yorkers, defending them by tossing bricks off the roof. 

Clara Kraebber, the 20-year-old whose parents own a $1.8million co-op on the Upper East Side, planned to build a 'BLM focused' network for 'wealth redistribution' in notes seized by law enforcement last week, the New York Post reports. 

Kraebber has been hiding out at her family's farmhouse home in Litchfield County, Connecticut, since she was accused of being a part of a crew of window-smashers during peaceful Black Lives Matter protests. 

Clara Kraebber planned to build a 'BLM focused' network for 'wealth redistribution' in notes seized by law enforcement last week

Clara Kraebber planned to build a 'BLM focused' network for 'wealth redistribution' in notes seized by law enforcement last week

She has been hiding out at her family's farmhouse in Litchfield County, Connecticut, since being accused of vandalism during peaceful BLM protests

She has been hiding out at her family's farmhouse in Litchfield County, Connecticut, since being accused of vandalism during peaceful BLM protests

The destruction caused roughly $100,000 in damages to at least five banks, two Starbucks and a Duane Reade pharmacy. 

Kraebber's notes do detail wearing 'casual attire' before changing into black at the demonstrations and monitoring police radio frequencies, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Included in the notes are a 'revolutionary strategy' that praises the work of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin and Communist revolutionary Leon Trotsky, law-enforcement sources shared. 

'These are domestic

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