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Proud Boys Boss Enrique Tarrio Accused Of Torching Black Church’s BLM Banner

Enrique Tarrio, the pinnacle of the white nationalist Proud Boys, was arrested Monday on fees of property destruction after a Black Lives Matter banner was ripped down from a Black church throughout a protest final month in Washington, D.C.

Tarrio, of Miami, was arrested on a warrant for “property destruction“ when he returned to Washington, stated a press release from the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia. The deal with for the vandalism was the identical because the church the place the Black Lives Matter banner was burned.

When he was apprehended, he was carrying two “high-capacity firearm magazines,” which led to unlawful possession fees, the D.C. police assertion added.

Tarrio informed The Washington Post final month that he was one in every of Proud Boys who ripped a Black Lives Matter banner from Asbury United Methodist Church and torched it. The vandalism occurred throughout a Dec. 12 protest towards the presidential election outcomes. Tarrio has been charged with one misdemeanor rely of destruction of property, the Post reported.

The arrest comes two days earlier than the all-male Proud Boys group is predicted to participate in a “Wild Protest” in Washington over Donald Trump’s loss within the presidential election. Tarrio, utilizing a navy phrase, vowed final week in a message on the right-wing Parler social media platform that there can be 1,000 Proud Boys “boots on the ground” on the protest. He additionally warned that the members of the group wouldn’t be carrying their signature black and yellow uniforms however would go “incognito” to keep away from detection.

Four Black church buildings have been vandalized throughout the Dec. 12 protest.

A police spokesman informed the Post after these assaults that an investigation was persevering with and that investigators thought of the destruction to be a possible hate crime.

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