Shortly after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that no criminal charges would be filed against the three Louisville Police Officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor, a video surfaced online of a U-Haul truck parking in a Louisville neighborhood near where a protest group forming, and members of the group began to unload shields, signs, and riot gear from the U-Haul.
While the BLM crowd was marching in Louisville, a U Haul truck pulled up with shields and supplies for the group to use. pic.twitter.com/VestCPdyTk
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) September 23, 2020
There are now reports that the UHaul was rented by Holly Zoller, who is associated with the “Louisville Bail Project.”
A phone call was placed to Zoller and she confirmed that she had, in fact, rented the U-Haul truck in question.
HOLLY ZOLLER ADMITS LIVE ON PHONE SHE WAS IN THE U-HAUL AND RENTED IT https://t.co/zuHc4XOgrm
— 🍂 intelspook 🍁 (@inteldotwav) September 23, 2020
A U-Haul employee provided the receipt which is reflected above, confirming that Zoller was the renter.
Here is Holly Zoller’s page on The Bail Project (TBP) website where she is described as a “Bail Disruptor.” The “Bail Project” is a nationwide group, with listings of dozens of “Bail Disruptors” and other positions among the “Team,” and the Lousiville Bail Project is an affiliate of the national organization.
Another member of the TBP is Delores Canales, previously a Soros Justice Fellow, and the co-founder of California Families Against Solitary Confinement.
I haven’t had a chance to look at every linked bio of every person listed as part of the Team, but a sampling shows an employment history with all the “usual suspects” — ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, Justice Project, etc.
The Bail Project advertises itself as a service to provide bail for persons needing financial assistance to be released from custody pending trial. Their noble purpose is to “restore the presumption of innocence.”
How such a project ends up funding expenses for protest/riot supporters in Louisville is a question worth finding an answer to.