While the Biden administration and the federal intel agencies claim there is a problem with “white extremism,” attacks on police officers by black men is ignored. Does the FBI know there’s such a thing as black nationalist paramilitary encampments? If so, why aren’t we hearing anything about this extremist group?
When a member of one of these groups shot a Daytona Beach officer in the face last week, there was barely a peep. Body camera video below shows what happened when Officer Raynor went over to check on Wallace, who was sitting in his car:
Local media News4jax reports that the suspect was caught near Atlanta, GA, at a “black nationalist paramilitary encampment.”
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis tweeted out a comment assuring the citizens of Florida that “justice will be swift” in the latest murder of a police officer:
“The suspect in the vicious shooting of Police Officer Jason Raynor was apprehended by Georgia police at a black nationalist paramilitary encampment. There is no place for hate in Florida. Our law enforcement will be protected. Justice will be swift.”
Othal Toreyane Resheen Wallace, 29, was charged with the attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer with a firearm after shooting Daytona Beach Officer Jason Raynor.
Wallace was found in a treehouse on a 3-acre property outside Atlanta. Police said the property is affiliated with a black nationalist paramilitary organization.
Police used Officer Raynor’s handcuffs to arrest Wallace, who is currently in custody in Georgia and will be returned to Daytona Beach.
After he was arrested, Wallace said, ‘You guys know who I am. You know what I am capable of. It could’ve been a lot worse.’
Please keep Officer Raynor in your prayers.
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