Soros-Linked “Bail Project” Employee Admits to Driving U-Haul Truck and “Dropping Off Supplies” to Louisville Protesters

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An employee with the George Soros-linked “Bail Project” admitted to driving a U-Haul truck full of supplies to protesters in Louisville who were protesting charging decisions made in the Breonna Taylor case.

The Bail Project’s website lists its aim as a “non-profit organization designed to combat mass incarceration by disrupting the money bail system ‒ one person at a time.”

The employee, Holly Zoller, is listed on the Bail Project’s website as a “bail disruptor.” According to her bio Zoller has “organized around anti-fascist movements,” and has worked as “a professional organizer.”

A member of the anonymous group Intelwave called Zoller posing as a U-Haul employee asking Zoller to confirm her role in delivering supplies to protesters.

“I didn’t even protest. I just drove a U-Haul truck and dropped items off,” Zoller admits on the phone call.

“Umbrellas, water, masks, goggles, gloves,” Zoller lists as supplies that were dropped off. She also admits to dropping off signs that read “abolish the police.” “Sure, that’s my right,” she says. “What does it matter what I wrote on a sign?”

Zoller has previously been photographed at protests in Charlottesville in 2017.

At least two employees of the Bail Project are or were “Soros Justice Fellows.”

According to the Open Society Foundation’s website, “the Soros Justice Fellowships fund outstanding individuals to undertake projects that advance reform, spur debate, and catalyze change on a range of issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system.”

Twitter, on Wendesday suspended the account of Intelwave for posting about details about Zoller.

You can read more about Zoller here and our fact-checks about the Breonna Taylor case here.

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