The woman who brought a U-Haul to the Louisville riot, supplying participants with shields and other riot provisions labeled with antifa and anarchist logos, was using her Facebook account to illegally purchase the prescription drug Cymbalta from another antifa activist. Apparently, crime is just a behavioral pattern for Ms. Zoller.

“Cymbalta is an antidepressant and nerve pain medication. It can treat depression, anxiety, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, fibromyalgia, and chronic muscle or bone pain,” according to First Databank.

“Do we know anyone who has cymbalta they aren’t using?”

Zoller posted to her Facebook account. (Archived)

After confirming to another user that she was aware she was requesting someone give her prescription drugs, she was contacted by Danielle Muscato who informed her that she had the wanted goods.

Muscato enjoyed a brief flicker of dramatic flame for whining about her experience inside of a grocery store during which she discovered the world did not revolve around her tantrums:

Twitter user ‘SomeBitchIKnow’ was the first to point out the illicit transaction to her audience: