Who is Mark Anderson? Martinez ca Man
Mark Anderson and his wife, Nicole C Anderson have been identified as the couple in a viral video showing her defacing a Black Lives Matter mural in Martinez. Nicole who has been termed as “paint-roller Karen” is seen painting over the BLM mural as they get confronted by residents.
Mark Anderson Stands Guard as his wife, Nicole C Anderson Defaces BLM Mural – Video
Mark Anderson stood guard as his wife, Nicole C Anderson defaced the BLM Mural. “Keep that shit in f—–g New York. It’s not happening in my town,” the woman says at one point as she pours the can of black paint over the mural. When one witness asks the woman “what’s wrong with you,” her partner responds by saying “we’re sick of this narrative, that’s what is wrong.”
“The narrative of police brutality, the narrative of oppression, the narrative of racism, it’s a lie,” the man, who is also filming with his cellphone adds before pointing to the Black Lives Matter sign and calling it “racism.” Both the man and the woman appeared to wear “Make American Great Again” apparel. You can watch the viral video below.
Nicole C Anderson and her Husband were identified after her Truck plates were captioned
The man and woman were gone by the time they arrived at the scene as per The Martinez police. Witnesses were able to provide them with a photo of their vehicle, a white Nissan pickup truck with the word “Nicole” on the right side of the tailgate. The truck also had a camper shell and a 52701B1 license plate.
Shortly after the video went viral, the internet did its thing and managed to identify the woman and her husband. The woman was revealed to be Nicole C Anderson and the man, Mark Anderson. As described by police, the woman’s name was written across the vehicle’s rear.
A Twitter user also shared a screenshot of the woman’s comment on the viral video saying she was just “peacefully protesting.”
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The Couple are wanted by the Police
The Martinez Police Department is now seeking the public’s help to identify the couple so they can be “held accountable for their actions,” Martinez Police Chief Manjit Sappal said in a Sunday, July 5th press release.
“The community spent a considerable amount of time putting the mural together only to have it painted over in a hateful and senseless manner,” the release said. “The City of Martinez values tolerance and the damage to the mural was divisive and hurtful.”
Sappal also confirmed that the mural was painted after community members had obtained the necessary permits. Similar murals have been painted across the country, including in cities such as Washington, D.C., and New York, to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement following the death of George Floyd and other African Americans at the hands of law enforcement.
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Nicole has already deactivated her twitter account.