American attacks Chinese embassy

Washington, DC authorities have ordered a mental health evaluation of a man arrested for trying to throw a firebomb at the Chinese embassy Read Full Article at

American attacks Chinese embassy

American attacks Chinese embassy

Chicago man tried to light a Molotov cocktail but failed

A Chicago man who attempted to throw a fire bomb at the Chinese embassy in the US will have to stay in jail for a week be evaluated for mental health, a magistrate judge in Washington, DC ordered on Friday. Benjamin Grabinski reportedly asked to be held in “isolation” out of fear of the general jail population.

“I tried to light it, but it didn’t work,” the agents said he told them.

“isolation” at the DC jail.

“I don’t want to have to turn [to] a white supremacist gang to survive in general population,” he said, according to Politico.

According to the affidavit filed on Friday, Grabinski had been stopped by a Secret Service officer outside the embassy on May 29, after he “continuously harassed” a security officer. He also allegedly threw a rock at the embassy and said, “Next time, it’s going to be a firebomb!”

“small rock” at the embassy and that he traveled to DC from Chicago to show “discontent for the Chinese government,” the affidavit said.