Felarca, whose real name is Yvonne Capistrano Felarca, according to public record, has been identified as the leader of the fascist group By Any Means Necessary. They actually believe they are 'anti-fascist' and use fascist methods to shut people up.
Felarca, 47, was taken into custody in Los Angeles on Tuesday on charges of inciting and participating in a riot, and assault likely to causes great bodily injury, the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office said Wednesday.
The charges against the fascist come after an 8-month investigation.
Felarca is among several fascists arrested this week in connection to the wild fighting that broke out at the state Capitol in June 2016.
Over 300 counter-protesters (aka bullies) confronted about 30 members of the Traditionalist Worker Party, which has been called a white nationalist group.
Felarca is a middle school teacher in Berkeley. She was captured on video hitting a member of TWP, calling him a Nazi then punching him in the stomach repeatedly while shouting for him to "get the f**k off our streets."
It was later learned that the streets weren't 'theirs' anymore than they were anyone else's. They turned out to be public streets and Felarca was violating the assault victim's constitutional rights given to all Americans under the First Amendment.
The DA's office said many of the counter-protester-fascists wore masks, making it difficult to bring charges--including in connection with numerous stabbings and an assault on a Sacramento TV station's news crew. Fourteen people had stab wounds, cuts and bruises, with two of the injured surviving critical stab wounds.
The following day, an anonymous threatening letter was sent to Berkeley's Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School where Felarca indoctrinates students with her leftist ideology and she was put on administrative leave. She returned 6 weeks later.
Felarca has been a prominent fascist at several other events involving the Occupy movement and recently between Trump supporters and other conservative leaders.
She was also among the violent protesters at Milo Yiannopoulos' appearance at UC Berkeley earlier this year.
Porfirio Paz and Michael Williams, both fascist protesters were arrest as well.
The DA's office rejected dozens of lesser charges such as illegal assembly and possession of illegal signs and banners.
"Our role is to investigate the incident and make recommendations to the district attorney's office," highway patrol spokeswoman Fran Clader said Wednesday. "Ultimately it's up to the district attorney's office to determine who should be arrested and face charges."
Personally, I would charge anyone who violated anyone's Constitutional rights.