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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Two men linked to 'boogaloo' movement charged in U.S. courthouse guard killing
AllInThaGame 09:05 AM 06-18-2020
That's right, two men of the RWNJ Movement known as the "Boogaloos," decided to gun down law enforcement. Bunch of clowns...

Two men linked to 'boogaloo' movement charged in U.S. courthouse guard killing

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Two men inspired by the militant anti-government “boogaloo” movement have been charged in the drive-by killing of a federal courthouse guard in Oakland, California, last month during a night of nearby protests against police brutality, court records showed on Tuesday.

One of the men, U.S. Air Force Sergeant Steven Carrillo, 32, had already been charged with killing a sheriff’s deputy in a violent confrontation with law enforcement in California’s Santa Cruz Mountains that ended in his arrest on June 6.

On Monday, federal prosecutors charged him with murder in the fatal ambush of Federal Protective Service officer David Patrick Underwood, who was gunned down at his guard post outside Oakland’s U.S. courthouse on May 29.

Carrillo also was charged with the attempted murder of a second guard injured in the Oakland attack, which unfolded blocks away from demonstrations and civil unrest over the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis days earlier.

Carrillo’s suspected accomplice, Robert Alvin Justus Jr., 30, was charged with aiding and abetting the Oakland attack. He was arrested, according to an FBI affidavit filed in the case, after confessing to driving the van from which Carrillo opened fire on the two uniformed guards.

Justus was not implicated in the events a week later that led to Carrillo’s arrest - a deadly ambush on California sheriff’s deputies, an ensuing gunbattle with police and a failed carjacking getaway attempt.

Carrillo was charged last week in state court with one count of murder, eight counts of attempted murder, and various other offenses, including the making and detonating of pipe bombs.

Court papers filed in the case linked both men with the far-right boogaloo ideology whose followers see the U.S. government as an enemy bent on confiscating the guns they need in the event of civil war, a violent uprising or collapse of society.

The FBI affidavit said Carrillo appeared to have used his own blood to scrawl the word “BOOG” - shorthand for boogaloo - and the phrase “I became unreasonable” on the hood of a car he sought to hijack before he was apprehended near the central California town of Ben Lomond.

A search of his vehicle, the same van tied to the Oakland shooting, turned up a ballistic vest with a boogaloo insignia patch, according to the FBI. Authorities also seized an assault rifle equipped with a silencer, a gun they said was used in both killings.

The FBI said the two defendants met on Facebook and that Carrillo wrote in an online chat the night before the Oakland shooting that the street protests over Floyd’s death presented “a great opportunity” to stage an attack.

The affidavit quoted Justus as replying: “let’s boogie,” which, according to the FBI, signified an “agreement and affirmation to engage in attacks on law enforcement personnel in accordance with boogaloo ideology.”

Three other suspected followers of the boogaloo movement were arrested earlier this month by federal authorities and charged with planning to incite violence and destruction during protests in Las Vegas.
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NinerDoug 05:38 PM 09-15-2020
This is the sort of shit that Trump is trying to hide.
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backinblack 05:45 PM 09-15-2020

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htismaqe 05:50 PM 09-15-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
This is the sort of shit that Trump is trying to hide.
:-)
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Dayze 06:03 PM 09-15-2020
OP definitely not mult. 100 posts in 9 years.

You guys should try a little harder. :-)
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Megatron96 06:03 PM 09-15-2020
I hope these little shits get whatever the maximum sentence is in CA. All these kinds of fuckers need to burn in Hell just as rapidly as possible.
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Hydrae 06:45 PM 09-15-2020
Originally Posted by Megatron96:
I hope these little shits get whatever the maximum sentence is in CA. All these kinds of ****ers need to burn in Hell just as rapidly as possible.
Completely agree. Regardless of political leanings.
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vailpass 06:52 PM 09-15-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
This is the sort of shit that Trump is trying to hide.
Big Luau killing cops is definitely not something Trump supports.
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NinerDoug 06:56 PM 09-15-2020
Originally Posted by vailpass:
Big Luau killing cops is definitely not something Trump supports.
Oh, I agree completely.

But he doesn’t want to hear about it either.
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htismaqe 07:08 PM 09-15-2020
:-)
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Chief Northman 07:11 PM 09-15-2020
Fake news
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Bwana 07:14 PM 09-15-2020
Originally Posted by Dayze:
OP definitely not mult. 100 posts in 9 years.

You guys should try a little harder. :-)

By Golly you were right. Other account went bye bye.
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ForeverChiefs58 07:17 PM 09-15-2020
Good thing they weren’t electric
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Megatron96 07:22 PM 09-15-2020
Originally Posted by Hydrae:
Completely agree. Regardless of political leanings.
Exactly. Shouldn't matter whether they're left- or right-leaning, whether they're white, brown, or fucking green. They tried to execute other people in cold blood, so they should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, period.

The part that really makes me lose any respect for these dirtbags is when their cronies say shit like "well, they're just cops. They deserved it," or whatever nonsense they spew. Which is exactly the same kind of prejudicial, discriminatory bigotry they say they're against. Their rhetoric is no different than the same fucktards that say racist slurs against Jews, Asians, or Christians or whoever doesn't agree or identify with them. And when you and yours start talking that nonsense I've got nothing but the deepest most virulent hatred for your kind of bigotry.
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Baby Lee 07:30 PM 09-15-2020
Does no one recognize a gradient between inciting political issues and the rational expectation that violence could ensue.

I personally am reticent to blame any particular militant who takes to arms over political dissatisfaction on the underlying issue.

In a free society, we have to have the freedom advocate for our vision of society without being quashed by nervousness that someone could 'take it wrong' and resort to violence.

But even with that reticence, I recognize a difference between someone going out and shooting up random federal agents because 'the rent is too damn high' and doing so because 'federal agents are targeting you for death.'

It is poor form to try to squelch dissent on the grounds that someone somewhere might get passionate and violent. But it's also poor form to pretend there's no distinction between advocacy and fomenting.

To that end, speaking of the recent attempted executions of law enforcement, I don't blame people who advocate for police reform. But there is heightened culpability for those particular individuals who make wild-eyed pronouncements that police are targeting minorities for execution, and those who champion them.
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Merde Furieux 07:45 PM 09-15-2020
Originally Posted by vailpass:
Who is this twink? One of scuzzer's butt babies?
She’s a fag hag
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