An arrest has FINALLY been made in the firebombing of a Wisconsin pro-life pregnancy center after DNA was found on a half-eaten burrito
· Mar 29, 2023 ·

Shockingly, the Department of Justice has finally made an arrest in a case of a pro-life pregnancy center in Wisconsin that was firebombed by pro-abort terrorists after the Dobbs leak last spring.

Authorities say they were able to track down the vandal after finding DNA evidence left behind in a half-eaten burrito.

Even though the crime took place at night!

From WaPo:

Hridindu Sankar Roychowdhury, 29, was arrested in Boston, authorities said Tuesday. He is charged with one count of attempting to cause damage by means of fire or an explosive, and could face up to 20 years in prison.

One down, only 100 plus more to go!

(Seriously, there have been dozens and dozens of churches and pregnancy centers vandalized since last spring.)

There were at least two more criminals involved in this one Wisconsin attack alone. Almost none of the other vandalism and arson cases against pro-life centers and ministries have been solved.

Wisconsin police, however, were hard at work on the case and were investigating Roychowdury. They knew the vehicle that left the scene belonged to him, but they only got a break in the case when they were able to connect his DNA to genetic material left at the crime scene.

On March 1, authorities saw Roychowdhury stop the Toyota in a park-and-ride lot. After stepping out of the car, he threw away a brown bag containing a "partially eaten burrito wrapped in waxed paper." DNA swabs on the burrito were sent to labs. On March 17, forensic biologists confirmed that the DNA matched that of the male from the Wisconsin Family Action crime scene, authorities said.

The police picked up the perp at the airport in Boston, where he was set to board a plane to Guatemala with a one-way ticket in hand.

That's right, he was ready to flee the country. He was supposed to show up to court that day but instead tried to run.

Thank goodness local police in some jurisdictions are doing their job, because this is obviously not a priority for the FBI.

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