After ‘Patriot Front’ Arrests, Policeman Lets Detail Slip That Has Some People Calling It a Setup

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Over two-dozen guys purportedly entailed with a white nationalist group were detained Saturday near a gay pride occasion in Idaho. But it’s what a law enforcement agent told a press reporter adhering to the arrests that has some individuals up in arms.

According to Fox News, authorities in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, jailed 31 men that were jam-packed inside the rear of a U-Haul near a “Pride Month” occasion on a Saturday mid-day.

The males were each putting on khakis, blue t shirts, off-white hats as well as masks, as well as some were wearing spots suggesting they became part of a team called Patriot Front. The group is a white supremacist company developed after the infamous Charlottesville, Virginia, rally in 2017, according to ABC News.

Police stated the males were carrying “riot gear” including guards and shin guards, and they were billed with conspiracy theory to dedicate a riot.

“It is clear to us, based on the equipment that the people had with them, the stuff they had in [their] ownership as well as in the U-Haul with them, along with documents that was confiscated from them, that they came to riot downtown,” said Coeur d’Alene Authorities Chief Lee White, according to ABC.


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Adhering to the apprehension, press reporters asked a policeman how the police recognized members of Patriot Front were in the U-Haul.

“We have sources,” he responded.

After this admission, numerous Twitter users were quick to recommend the members of the Patriot Front team were in fact government representatives.


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