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The man who set himself on fire outside Trump’s criminal trial has donated his kidneys to ‘save two people’s lives’ after he died from his burns on Friday. 

Conspiracy theorist and researcher Maxwell Azzarello, 37, doused himself in fluid and lit his clothes on fire near the Manhattan criminal court as horrified onlookers watched.

The flames were extinguished by NYPD officers and he was rushed to hospital but died later that day.

Now nonprofit organ donation group LiveOnNY has revealed that Azzarello was a donor and that both of his kidneys were transplanted, allowing him to ‘save two people’s lives on the national waitlist.’

President Leonard Achan said: ‘The 37-year-old man who tragically passed away after succumbing to injuries from self-inflicted burns while across from the Manhattan courthouse on Friday, was a registered organ donor.’ 

Maxwell Azzarello, 37, who set himself on fire outside Trump’s trial has donated his organs to save lives of two people

Maxwell Azzarello, 37, was a registered organ donor and doctors removed both of his kidney’s for transplant after he died 

Now nonprofit organ donation group LiveOnNY has said that his donation saved two lives

Now nonprofit organ donation group LiveOnNY has said that his donation saved two lives

Max Azzarello, 37, seen outside Donald Trump's criminal trial on Friday with a sign, moments before he set himself on fire. He died hours later

Max Azzarello, 37, seen outside Donald Trump’s criminal trial on Friday with a sign, moments before he set himself on fire. He died hours later 

The Florida native was a graduate from Rutgers University, where he received a master’s degree in city and regional planning in 2012.

Friend and neighbor Bob Warren, 62, who lived next door to Azzarello in Saint Augustine, Florida revealed: ‘It was just a few days before he went to New York, we were sitting around in the back there, drinking beers and he was playing his guitar, and we were talking.

‘He had some extreme views, some extreme ideology and he just said, “I think I’m going to have to just go be a martyr.”’

Tragically, Warren admitted, that no-one who was present to hear Azzarello’s threat took him seriously, but instead simply laughed it off as the ramblings of a man whom they knew as, ‘generally calm and a great guy,’ but who had in recent months become increasingly obsessed with conspiracy theories.

Warren said: ‘He just moved into the apartment next door about three weeks ago, but he’d been coming over to hang out for about six, seven months before that.

‘He was a great guy. We used to chat. I’m a Trump supporter. He thought everyone was involved in some conspiracy so we would just stay away from some subjects. We got along fine.’

According to Warren, Azzarello had looked on the move as a positive change as, though his father, Richard, 71, lives locally, he had been living in a half-way house.

Warren described himself as, ‘completely shocked’ to learn that his friend had followed through on his threat.

He said: ‘I just keep thinking he probably changed his mind four or five seconds after he lit himself up.’

Azzarello pulled a bunch of pamphlets out of his backpack and threw them up in the air before dousing himself with fuel and accelerant at 1.39pm Friday afternoon.

He died of his injuries shortly before 11pm that night.

His white Toyota 4Runner truck sits where he left it outside his apartment building. ‘Trump is with Hillary, And they’re about to fascist coup us up,’ is written in permanent marker across the back.

The address of the website where he posted of his intention to self-emolliate and his belief that cryptocurrency is a vast Ponzi scheme being perpetrated against the American people is written beneath the license.

Warren said he was 'completely shocked' by his neighbor's actions, adding: ¿I just keep thinking he probably changed his mind four or five seconds after he lit himself up'

Warren said he was ‘completely shocked’ by his neighbor’s actions, adding: ‘I just keep thinking he probably changed his mind four or five seconds after he lit himself up’ 

The neighbor said revealed, ¿It was just a few days before he went to New York, we were sitting around in the back there, drinking beers and he was playing his guitar, and we were talking'

The neighbor said revealed, ‘It was just a few days before he went to New York, we were sitting around in the back there, drinking beers and he was playing his guitar, and we were talking’ 

Following his death, Azzarello's white Toyota 4Runner truck sits where he left it outside his apartment building. ¿Trump is with Hillary, And they¿re about to fascist coup us up,¿ is written in permanent marker across the back

Following his death, Azzarello’s white Toyota 4Runner truck sits where he left it outside his apartment building. ‘Trump is with Hillary, And they’re about to fascist coup us up,’ is written in permanent marker across the back

Azzarello wrote a slew of his conspiracy theories on his vehicle, including his belief that cryptocurrency is a vast Ponzi scheme being perpetrated against the American people beneath the license

Azzarello wrote a slew of his conspiracy theories on his vehicle, including his belief that cryptocurrency is a vast Ponzi scheme being perpetrated against the American people beneath the license 

According to one neighbor the placard tucked under the back windshield bearing the words: ‘This is a revolution,’ was a recent addition.

In the hours since the horrific incident friends and former school mates have come forward to paint a picture of a fiercely intelligent but increasingly troubled young man for whom, it seems, the death of his mother, Libby, two years ago may have proved the catalyst for his catastrophic unraveling.

Yesterday DailyMail.com revealed that Azzarello had only just completed 180 days of probation for a string of incidents involving disorderly conduct and destruction of property that saw him scare members of the public with his erratic and ‘rambling’ behavior.

Three criminal complaints obtained by this publication shows that all the incidents that took place in August last year.

In one Azzarello, who is listed on charging documents as unemployed, threw a glass of wine at a framed and autographed photograph of President Bill Clinton displayed in the lobby of the Casa Monica Hotel in his hometown of Saint Augustine, Florida.

The complaint notes that the incident took place on the evening of August 19, 2023, and that Azzarello had just finished dinner at the hotel’s restaurant when he launched the glass at the image, breaking the glass on the framed photograph and damaging it with wine.

Just two days later, on August 21, Azzarello was back in the Case Monica Hotel where he was reported for, ‘standing outside, stripping his clothes off and yelling at customers.’

When police arrived, they noted that he was ‘wearing nothing but his underwear, standing on the sidewalk holing [sic] a speaker blasting music and yelling.’

The hotel manager told officers that several customers were ‘scared for their safety’ and unable to enter or exit for fear of Azzarello.

Azzarello with Bill Clinton in one of his Facebook photos

Azzarello with Bill Clinton in one of his Facebook photos 

The protestor owned a criminal history including a string of incidents involving disorderly conduct and destruction of property that saw him scare members of the public with his erratic and ¿rambling¿ behavior

The protestor owned a criminal history including a string of incidents involving disorderly conduct and destruction of property that saw him scare members of the public with his erratic and ‘rambling’ behavior 

On August 24, he was arrested once more for graffitiing property and rifling through a woman’s belongings in the flatbed of her truck.

According to the police report he had been seen yelling in someone’s yards after ‘misinterpreting’ an exterminator’s sign warning people to keep their children and pets off a lawn that had just been treated and becoming convinced that the pest control company was ‘there to exterminate children and dogs.’

In a further insight into his troubled state of mind, Azzarello posted an update on his Facebook page earlier that same month in which he told followers he had just spent three days in a psych ward.

He claimed that four cgops showed up at his apartment after he tipped a Starbucks barista $200 and wrote ‘Go F*** Yourself’ on the receipt.

He wrote, ‘I was handcuffed, shoved, and put into a psych ward. I was given no information about why I was there until after my discharge.’



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