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2 Alleged 'Boogaloo' Members Arrested in 2 States

One suspect threatened to kill police officers, federal informants, FBI complaint says

(Newser) - The FBI has arrested two alleged members of the far-right anti-government group the Boogaloo Boys, with authorities increasingly concerned about the potential for violence in the lead-up to next week's midterm elections. Timothy Teagan appeared Wednesday in federal court in Detroit on charges of being a drug user in...

What Is the 'Boogaloo' Movement?
What Is the
'Boogaloo' Movement?

What Is the 'Boogaloo' Movement?

Even the extremists can't agree on specifics, but guns and anti-government sentiment are key

(Newser) - References to the extremist "boogaloo" movement have appeared in court cases around the country, including California, where a man is accused of killing a sheriff's deputy and a federal officer , and Texas, where a man charged with drug possession was denied bond over his alleged ties to the...

Scarborough: Facebook Is 'Pushing People Toward Extremism'

He speaks out after 'Boogaloo' killings

(Newser) - Joe Scarborough ripped into Mark Zuckerberg on Morning Joe Wednesday, accusing the Facebook CEO of promoting extremism that has led to domestic terrorism. Scarborough slammed Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg following a segment on the California "Boogaloo" killings of law enforcement officers, which involved two suspects who allegedly...

FBI: 'Boogaloo' Extremists Used Protests as Cover

Air Force sergeant charged with murder of federal officer in Oakland

(Newser) - An Air Force sergeant already charged with killing a sheriff's deputy in California on June 6 has now been charged with a drive-by shooting that killed a federal officer and critically injured another in Oakland last month. Investigators say Staff Sgt. Steven Carrillo and an accomplice support the extremist...

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