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WATCH: A Suspect in a Police Officer’s Shooting Has Been Discovered At a “Black Nationalist Paramilitary Encampment”

While the Biden administration and federal intelligence services assert that “white extremism” is a concern, attacks on police officers by black men go unnoticed. Is the FBI aware of the existence of black nationalist paramilitary encampments? If that’s the case, why aren’t we hearing about THIS radical group?

There was hardly a sound when a member of one of these groups shot a Daytona Beach officer in the face last week. Officer Raynor’s body camera footage shows what happened when he went over to check on Wallace, who was sitting in his car:

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According to News4jax, the man was apprehended in Atlanta, GA, at a “black nationalist paramilitary encampment” known as NFAC. This extremely fanatical group is examined by the Orlando Sentinal:

What is the National Federation of American Colleges and Universities (NFAC)? A look at the Black militia group that authorities believe is linked to the Daytona officer’s suspected shooter.


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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis posted a statement assuring Floridians that “justice will be fast” in the latest police officer murder:

“Georgia police nabbed the culprit in the horrific shooting of Police Officer Jason Raynor at a black nationalist paramilitary encampment. In Florida, there is no room for hatred. Our law enforcement officers will be safeguarded. “Justice will be served quickly.”

After shooting Daytona Beach Officer Jason Raynor, Othal Toreyane Resheen Wallace, 29, was charged with attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer with a handgun.

Wallace was discovered in a treehouse on a three-acre farm outside Atlanta. According to police, the home is linked to a black nationalist paramilitary group.

Officer Raynor’s handcuffs were used to arrest Wallace, who is currently being held in Georgia and will be returned to Daytona Beach.

‘You guys know who I am,’ Wallace remarked after being arrested. You’re well aware of my capabilities. It could’ve turned out a lot worse.’

Keep Officer Raynor in your thoughts and prayers. Officer Raynor has a GoFundMe page set up:

‘You guys know who I am,’ Wallace remarked after being arrested. You’re well aware of my capabilities. It could’ve turned out a lot worse.’

Keep Officer Raynor in your thoughts and prayers. Officer Raynor has a GoFundMe page set up:

 

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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