New Black Panther Members Plotted to Blow Up Ferguson Police Station Then THIS Happened

Two New Black Panthers members were indicted in April on charges they were planning to bomb public buildings including the Ferguson police station.

THE GATEWAY PUNDIT REPORTS:

Brandon Orlando Baldwin, 22, and Olajuwon Davis,22 were indicted on charges by federal agents.
KMOV reported:

Two St. Louis men were indicted Thursday after being arrested by federal agents in November.

Brandon Orlando Baldwin, 22, and Olajuwon Davis,22 were indicted on charges involving theconspiracy to maliciously damage and destroy a building, vehicle and other property with explosives and the illegal purchase of firearms from a Cabela’s store.

The indictment stated that Baldwin stated that he wanted multiple bombs to use against people, buildings, vehicles and property.

Davis and Baldwin allegedly viewed a recording of the detonation of an explosive or bomb shortly after Baldwin’s statement.

A week after viewing the recording Davis and Baldwin traveled to a location where Davis took possession of what both men thought were explosives or bombs and were arrested and have been in federal custody since.

 

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