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Arrested Antifa ‘terrorist’, 22, is son of millionaire Maine SURGEON: Grew up in gigantic $2m Kennebunkport mansion and sailed on parents’ stunning yacht

Daily Mail | by Emma James |December 21, 2022

  • Francis ‘Frankie’ Carroll is one of five ‘domestic terrorists’ arrested at an autonomous zone in Atlanta 
  • The 22-year-old grew up in a $2m five-bedroom and four-bathroom mansion with his parents and two siblings
  • He was an honor roll student at the Kennebunkport Middle and High schools before becoming radicalized 
  • Carroll grew up just a stone’s throw from the famous George H. W. Bush family compound

An Antifa ‘domestic terrorist’ is the son of a millionaire Maine surgeon who grew up in a stunning mansion in one of the most luxurious beach towns on the east coast, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Francis ‘Frankie’ Carroll, 22, was one of five people arrested on Tuesday at the autonomous zone at the site of the future Atlanta Public Safety Training Centre.

Leonard Voiselle, 20, of Macon, Georgia, Nicholas Dean Olson, 25, of Bennington, Nebraska, Serena Hertel, 25, of LA, and Arieon Robinson, 21, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, were also arrested.

Carroll is the son of surgeon Dr Mike Carroll and grew up in a $2million five-bedroom and four-bathroom mansion in Kennebunkport – as well as enjoying time on his parents’ yacht.

His father works at Maine Health County Medical Center as a general surgeon, and his mother is a keen sailor – along with one of his two sisters.

A 2016 picture shows a man resembling Carroll on board the boat, called Allez, although the sailor’s identity is unclear.

He grew up just a stone’s throw from the famous Bush family compound – where George H. W. Bush spent his summer.

Since June 2021 far-left extremists have traveled to the location to prevent what they call a ‘cop city’ – with Carroll traveling more than 1,3000 miles to get to the violent zone.

The Antifa domestic terrorist grew up in a five-bedroom luxury  $2million mansion in Kennebunkport, Maine, with his surgeon father

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The Antifa domestic terrorist grew up in a five-bedroom luxury  $2million mansion in Kennebunkport, Maine, with his surgeon father 

Carrolls father Dr Mike Carroll (right) pictured with his wife,  is a keen sailor who owns a number of boats - including a double hull yacht

Carrolls father Dr Mike Carroll (right) pictured with his wife,  is a keen sailor who owns a number of boats – including a double hull yacht

Law enforcement say they were assaulted with rocks and bottles by militants occupying makeshift treehouses and have been accused of terrorizing nearby residents.

Carroll, who wiped his social media shortly before his arrest, has been charged with criminal trespass, domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, felony obstruction, interference with government property, and possession of tools for the commission of the crime.

He attended the Middle School of the Kennebunks, where he was an honour roll student, and then on to the High School where he was again on the honor roll.

Carroll then enrolled at the University of Maine – which costs $27,412 a year for a resident of the state like Carroll – but it is unclear what he chose to study and if he was radicalized while at the college. 

Carroll (centre) pictured with his two sisters, was an honour roll student at both middle and high school, but appears to have been radicalized while at the University of Maine

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Carroll (centre) pictured with his two sisters, was an honour roll student at both middle and high school, but appears to have been radicalized while at the University of Maine

Francis ‘Frankie’ Carroll, 22, was one of five people arrested on Tuesday at the autonomous zone at the site of the future Atlanta Public Safety Training Centre

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Francis ‘Frankie’ Carroll, 22, was one of five people arrested on Tuesday at the autonomous zone at the site of the future Atlanta Public Safety Training Centre 

Members of Antifa were arrested Tuesday in Atlanta for resisting a law enforcement operation to clear protesters from the site of a new police training facility in a wooded area

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Members of Antifa were arrested Tuesday in Atlanta for resisting a law enforcement operation to clear protesters from the site of a new police training facility in a wooded area

He grew up just a stone’s throw from the famous Bush family compound - where George H. W. Bush spent his summer (pictured)

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He grew up just a stone’s throw from the famous Bush family compound – where George H. W. Bush spent his summer (pictured)

In May, eight militants were arrested after police patrolling the land were assaulted and pelted with rocks and Molotov cocktails.

Left-wing groups used Twitter to fundraise bail for suspects after another six were arrested in August – charged with various crimes from burglary to criminal damage.

Members of the group tried to burn a man to death after he drove into the area, and he was forced to run for his life after they torched it with him still in it. 

A 2016 picture shows a man resembling Carroll on board the boat, called Allez, although the sailor’s identity is unclear

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A 2016 picture shows a man resembling Carroll on board the boat, called Allez, although the sailor’s identity is unclear

His father works at Maine Health County Medical Center as a general surgeon, and his mother is a keen sailor - along with one of his two sisters

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His father works at Maine Health County Medical Center as a general surgeon, and his mother is a keen sailor – along with one of his two sisters

Since June 2021 far-left extremists have traveled to the location to prevent what they call a ‘cop city’ – with Carroll traveling more than 1,3000 miles from his home to get to the violent zone

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Since June 2021 far-left extremists have traveled to the location to prevent what they call a ‘cop city’ – with Carroll traveling more than 1,3000 miles from his home to get to the violent zone

Georgia's Republican Governor Brian Kemp said: 'We will not rest when it comes to bringing domestic terrorists to justice, and these arrests should serve as a strong reminder of that'

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Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp said: ‘We will not rest when it comes to bringing domestic terrorists to justice, and these arrests should serve as a strong reminder of that’

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After their members were arrested the Defend the Atlanta Forest group held a protest outside of Dekalb County Jail – where the five are being held without bail – and let off explosive fireworks.

The Atlanta Jail Support, a project of the Atlanta Solidarity Fund, also issued calls to fundraise bail money for the terror suspects using Twitter.

Convictions of domestic terrorism carry with it sentences of anywhere between five and 35 years in prison.

DeKalb County District Attorney Sherry Boston said in a statement: ‘I strongly believe in the right to peacefully protest for what one believes is right and just. 

Nicholas Olsen  was charged with domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, interference with government property and obstruction.

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Serena Hertel, 25, has been charged with criminal trespass, domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, obstruction, and inciting a riot

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Nicholas Olsen (left) was charged with domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, interference with government property and obstruction. Serena Hertel (right) , 25, has been charged with criminal trespass, domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, obstruction, and inciting a riot

Two houses that were under construction in the vicinity of the protest were burnt out by protesters

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Two houses that were under construction in the vicinity of the protest were burnt out by protesters

Arieon Robinson was charged with criminal trespass, obstruction, and domestic terrorism

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Leonard Vioselle was charged with criminal trespass, domestic terrorism, and possession of tools of the crime

Arieon Robinson (left) was charged with criminal trespass, obstruction, and domestic terrorism while Leonard Vioselle (right) was charged with criminal trespass, domestic terrorism, and possession of tools of the crime

‘However, I draw the line at violence, destruction of property, and threatening and causing harm to others.’

She added: ‘My office will always stand up to protect the citizens of DeKalb County. The alleged acts of violence at the training facility site put the public in grave danger and will not be tolerated.’

Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp said: ‘We will not rest when it comes to bringing domestic terrorists to justice, and these arrests should serve as a strong reminder of that.’

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact local law enforcement or the GBI at 1-800-597-TIPS.

Anonymous tips can also be submitted online at https://gbi.georgia.gov/submit-tips-online, or by downloading the See Something, Send Something mobile app.

Source: Antifa ‘terrorist’, 22, is son of millionaire Maine SURGEON and grew up in $2million mansion | Daily Mail Online

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