A New Mexico man who was apprehended by law enforcement after shooting ANTIFA thugs that were menacing him outside of an attempted monument destruction has been set free awaiting trial.
31-year-old Steven Baca was freed on certain conditions by a judge after a Monday morning hearing. Judge Charles Brown told Baca that he cannot carry a weapon, attend a protest, have any correspondence with witnesses, and must report to pretrial services as conditions of his release.
Baca is facing two counts of battery and an aggravated battery charge. Although the shooting charges have been dropped, District Attorney Raul Torrez is still looking for a way to go after Baca and punish him for standing his ground against the left-wing mob.
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