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Police Provide Update On Max Azzarello, The ‘Self-Immolation’ Protester

Police have provided a tragic update on Max Azzarello, the man who set himself on fire outside of a Manhattan courthouse on Friday.

According to the latest updates, Azarello succumbed to his injuries and died late Friday evening. Our hearts and prayers go out to his family and loved ones.

The courthouse Azarello was protesting at was the venue for the ‘hush money’ trial, though it was unclear what Azzarello was specifically protesting against.

Videos posted to his social media reveal that he was concerned with a vague totalitarian takeover, but did not provide any further details into what he meant.

The incident left an impression on many Americans, here is what people are saying:

Daily Mail confirmed:

He was rushed to a nearby hospital’s burn unit where died just before 11 pm, sources familiar with the matter added Friday night – hours after was seen throwing a stack of pamphlets that included a link to his conspiracy-laden Substack seconds before igniting.

Below are the videos of the shocking incident which took place on Friday afternoon outside of the Manhattan courthouse where the Trump trial is taking place.

The Independent provided a short biography of Azarello:

In his lengthy post, Azzarello described himself as an “investigative researcher”.

Police said that his driver’s licence showed he was born in 1987 and was a native of St Augustine, Florida.

A registered Democrat, he attended the University of North Carolina from 2005 to 2009, according to public records and his LinkedIn page.

He then obtained his master’s degree in city and regional planning in 2012 from Rutgers.


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