On Sunday evening, a group of violent agitators, identified as Antifa terrorists by some sources, attacked a construction site in Atlanta, causing significant damage. The incident occurred at the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center construction site, a $90 million project being executed by Birmingham-based contractor Brasfield & Gorrie. Reports indicate that the group changed into black clothing before entering the site and throwing rocks, bricks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks at police officers. Police video captured at least three pieces of equipment engulfed in flames, including a bulldozer, generators, quad utility vehicles, and a construction trailer or shipping container. While no injuries were reported, the equipment damage was extensive, and 35 people were detained by police. In an update to the story, Atlanta police have now charged 23 people connected to the incident with domestic terrorism, which carries a maximum penalty of 35 years in jail. The attack underscores the dangers of violent protests and highlights the need for robust security protocols on construction sites.