Idaho, Nazi supremacists arrested: ‘They wanted chaos at Pride LGBT+’

Idaho, Nazi supremacists arrested: 'They wanted chaos at Pride LGBT+'

A group of Nazi extremists was stopped and arrested before they went into action

Authorities arrested thirty-one men belonging to the neo-Nazi ‘Patriot Front’ in Coeur D’Alene in the state of Idaho.

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Police said I composed it of the arrested group of militants who had arrived from different states of the Union and were moving from town to town to create disturbances at real Pride events.

”They had protective gear, shin guards, riot gear, and at least one smoke grenade.”

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The “Patriot Front” – a neo-Nazi group–is led by Thomas Ryan Rousseau, who previously led another association–also far-right–called ‘Vanguard America’ from which the latter association grew.

They charged those arrested with “conspiracy to revolt.”

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