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Watch The Moment Police Open U-Haul Truck To Expose Dozens Of Masked Right-Wing Extremists Who Plotted Riot



Authorities in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, arrested dozens of members of a white supremacist group on Saturday before they could act on plans to riot at a local Pride event.

Police detained and charged 31 people who belonged to a far-right group known as Patriot Front, after receiving a tip from a concerned citizen, Lee White, the chief of the Coeur d’Alene Police Department, said at a news conference.

Kootenai County officials said that a person reported seeing a group of people jump into a U-Haul van near the intersection of Northwest Boulevard and Interstate 90 in Coeur d’Alene. A few miles away, the North Idaho Pride Alliance was holding “Pride in the Park,” an annual event, at Coeur d’Alene City Park.

“They were all dressed like a small army,” Sheriff Bob Norris said. “We had units in their area, and we were able to intercept them pretty quickly.”

All those arrested were charged with conspiracy to riot Norris said.

Watch the moment of the arrest below:


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