Tyre Means

In March of 2021 Tyre Means plead guilty to one count of arson and one count of possession of a stolen firearm. His charges stemmed from the May 30th, 2020 protests in downtown Seattle. At his sentencing Tyre was given a 5 year federal sentence. At his sentencing hearing, Tyre told the judge “the days of just rolling over to police brutality are over.” He likes to read and write, make poetry and rhymes and he says “this time that I am away from my family friends and loved ones is only making me stronger as a man. I have no regrets.”

Tyre Means 49981-086
USP Beaumont 
US Penitentiary
PO Box 26030
Beaumont, TX 77720
  • Projected Release Date:  01/16/2025

Kelly Jackson

Kelly was arrested in September 2020 and accused of throwing 2 molotov cocktails at SPD cars during the may 30th 2020 demo in downtown Seattle. On Jan 6th, 2021 Kelly pled guilty to two counts of a possession of a destructive device. He was sentenced to 40 months in federal prison with another 3 years of supervised release after.

Kelly Jackson 50288-086
FCI Sheridan Federal Correctional Institution
P.O. BOX 5000
Sheridan, OR  97378
  • Projected Release Date: 03/12/2024*

Margaret Channon

Margaret was sentenced to 5 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to setting 5 cop cars on fire during the large protests in Downtown Seattle on May 29th, 2020.

Margaret Channon 49955-086 
FCI Aliceville
PO Box 4000
Aliceville, AL 35442

Desmond David-Pitts

Desmond is 20 years old and originally from Anchorage, AK. In 2020 he lost his 16 year old younger brother to a police murder in Alaska. In late august 2020, Desmond was arrested at a demonstration at the East Precinct in Seattle’s capitol hill neighborhood. In January he pled guilty to conspiracy to commit arson and was sentenced to 20 months in federal prison. Desmond was new to the Seattle are when his arrest occurred and wasn’t able to make many friends before he ended up in federal custody. He wants to make connections with people that are also committed to social justice the fight for Black lives. 

Released Dec 2021! More info to come here. 

Isaiah Willoughby

In July 2020, Isaiah was arrested and charged at the federal level with one count of arson, stemming from a fire at the SPD East Precinct. In June 2021 he pled to one count of conspiracy to commit arson. He has been in federal custody since the summer of 2020.

Released March 2022!
You can listen to a recent interview with Isaiah on Kiteline Radio here.