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Black Supremacist Felon With NFAC Militia Arrested For Firing Gun At March In Louisiana

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The Shooter Was A Felon Who Has Been Arrested. . .

The group’s attempt at marching through Lafayette, Louisiana started off with a bang as yet again an accidental discharge marred their hopes at proving a radical separatist movement can be trusted to march through the streets of a city carrying rifles and advocating for violence against law enforcement.

This is the second time that the NFAC’s goon squad has managed to fire a weapon during one of their rallies. In the first instance, they even ended up shooting each other. No such luck today—and while we take no pleasure in bloodshed, we can make exceptions for an organization that just advocated for shooting police officers.

Instead, what we found out (and which should shock exactly no one in their right mind), is that among the turnouts for NFAC’s stunt was at least one felon. Terrance Jones was arrested for reckless discharge of a firearm and being in possession of a firearm as a felon.

The Local ABC Affiliate Reports:

The march began around 4:30 p.m. Saturday. The sound of shots fired caused people to start running right after it started. The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office reports that one person has been arrested in connection with the accidental discharge of a weapon at the rally. 26-year-old Terrance Jones of Lafayette is facing one charge of Reckless Discharge of a Firearm at a Parade or Demonstration and one charge of Felon in Possession of a Firearm, according to LPSO. No injuries were reported.

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