The LA Times has now posted a small notice at the end of its lavish above-the-fold front page article:
4:05 p.m.: This article has been updated to include details of Ismael’s arrest last year on vandalism charges. He has pleaded not guilty and has not been convicted.
This article was originally published March 11.
This appears to be the update:
He also has had recent trouble with the law. Last year, he was arrested and charged with felony vandalism and possession of tools to commit vandalism or graffiti in an incident involving the spray-painting of several cars, fences and buildings in Berkeley. Local news outlets ran photos of graffiti that included anti-white and anti-police slogans. Ismael denies involvement and has pleaded not guilty.
The next court date is next month, and he has expressed hope that he can put the case behind him.
“I’ve fallen a lot, but I’ve always gotten up,” he says of his problems.
So Ismael is the good kind of a hate criminal, an “anti-white” one.