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Subject Felony suspect bailed out by "Minnesota Freedom Fund" charged with auto theft 3 days later
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Original Message The Minnesota Freedom Fund
supplied bail for a suspect who had been in custody
on a felony charge
after being arrested in a stolen vehicle in Bloomington.
Three days after being bailed out by the organization,
the man stole a vehicle in Minneapolis
and crashed it into a building while trying to flee, charges say.

The controversial nonprofit bail fund, MFF,
which raised over $40 million in celebrity-fueled donations during and after the George Floyd riots in 2020, has come under fire several times since then.
The organization raised millions on the premise that it would bail out any
peaceful protesters arrested at the time.
But instead,
the organization has repeatedly bailed out offenders with
violent or lengthy criminal histories,
some of whom have subsequently been charged with new crimes while out on bail,
including murder,
sex crimes
and serious assaults.


One recent repeat offender bailed out by MFF is
Ismail Mohamed Hussein, 23, of Minneapolis.
In addition to having ten prior convictions since 2019,
including felony charges of theft
and first-degree burglary of an occupied dwelling,
Hussein was arrested at least four times in just 23 days in January of this year.
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