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US police arrest 31 right-wing extremists who wanted to attack the Pride Party

US police arrest 31 right-wing extremists who wanted to attack the Pride Party

31 right-wing extremists after their arrestImage via Reuters

Members of the National Front, a white nationalist group based on the theory that white culture is in danger of extinction, were in a van. The police stopped the car after receiving warnings. The guide saw the men in a hotel parking lot and reported that it appeared that “a small army was loaded into the car”.

The men, from 11 different states, wore hats with the emblem of the National Front. One of them was wearing a T-shirt that read “Reclaim America.” Among those arrested is Thomas Rousseau, leader of the National Front. “They came to riot in different parts of downtown,” Police Chief Lee White said. The men will be tried on Monday. They are accused of conspiracy.

attack plan

Right-wing extremists were arrested near the park where the Pride event took place. Documents with an attack plan were found in the car. Security measures were tightened immediately. “It appears that these people did not come here to participate in peaceful events,” said Kootenay County Sheriff Bob Norris. Cor d’Alene Press

The National Front has been described as a “hate white nationalist group”. The group split from the neo-Nazi organization Vanguard America after a violent far-right demonstration in Charlottesville.unite the right) on August 11 and 12, 2017, against the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert Edward Lee. Riots killed.

Thomas Russo, leader of the National Front, is among those arrested Image via Reuters

Thomas Rousseau, leader of the National Front, is one of the detaineesImage via Reuters

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