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The FBI arrested 2 ‘Boogaloo Bois’ militia members linked to the riot on January 6.
A suspect allegedly instigated a Louisville rebellion on the day of the Capitol siege. The Justice Department announced on Thursday the arrest of two militia members linked to the violent anti-government “Boogaloo Bois” movement, including those who allegedly sought to instigate a riot in Louisville, Kentucky on January 6. .
The suspects arrested by the FBI on Thursday are 32-year-old John Subleski and 35-year-old Adam Turner from Louisville.
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Subleski has been accused of instigating a riot and committing an act of violence “through social media and other electronic communications” in order to incite a riot in downtown Louisville, according to the DOJ.
Subleski allegedly wrote “Time for the LMPD storm” on social media, while provoking individuals to riot. On January 6 – a violent crowd of former President Donald Trump’s supporters raided the U.S. Capitol – allegedly members of Boogaloo-affiliated group United Pharaoh’s Guard joined Subleski (who was a member of the group according to the complaint). Rifles were aimed at the drivers and in Louisville, blocking crossroads and roadblocks.
Subleski was also spotted firing his rifle at a vehicle passing through one of his group’s barricades.
“The FBI Louisville’s JTTF and its member organizations are each committed to protecting our communities from violent extremists,” said Robert Brown, FBI Special Agent for the FBI Louisville Division, in a statement.
Turner, who is also identified as a member of UPG and “Boogaloo Bois,” according to the complaint, was individually accused of participating in a protest caravan confronting police officers in Kentucky on Christmas Day 2020. He was arrested for obviously carrying an AR gun and charged with threatening and resisting the arrest.
He later made threats to police officers on social media, according to the DOJ’s statement. Commits the extraordinary work of the Louisville FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) and the extraordinary work of state and local law enforcement task force member agencies that work tirelessly every day to identify, locate and arrest prosecutors who put the peace and security of prosecutors at risk I am. Citizens of Kentucky’s West Territory, “US Attorney General Michael A. Bennett made his statement.
The DOJ said that both Subleski and Turner were ready to attend separate pre-trial and detention hearings on February 17. If convicted, they could each face up to five years in prison, a $ 250,000 fine and three years of probation.