그만큼 31 아이다호에서 체포된 사람들은 백인 민족주의 단체와 관련이 있으며 프라이드 행사에서 폭동을 일으키려고 계획했습니다., 경찰은 말한다. 여기 우리가 알고 있는

알람을 받은 후 911 요구, law enforcement in the city of Coeur d’Alene, 아이다 호, 체포 31 남자들 believed to be affiliated with the White nationalist group Patriot Front who allegedly had plans to riot at a local Pride event Saturday, 당국은 말했다.

The large group was seen piling into a U-Haul at a hotel with riot gear and were later pulled over and arrested, Coeur d’Alene Police Chief Lee White said during a news conference.
The group was headed to aPride in the Park” 행사, 경찰은 말했다. The event was held at the Coeur d’Alene City Park Saturday and included a Pride walk and performances by local musicians, dancers and drag artists.
      Coeur d’Alene Mayor Jim Hammond said in a statement thathate and violence has no placein the city. 모두 31 individuals were from outside of the local area, Hammond said. At least one of those arrested is from Idaho, 수사관은 말했다.
        The North Idaho Pride Alliance, which organized the event, released a statement Sunday, 속담, “As a small community nonprofit, North Idaho Pride Alliance is taking a much-needed day of rest after successfully organizing a momentous, joyful, and SAFE Pride in the Park community celebration under the most challenging of circumstances.
          We are deeply grateful to law enforcement agencies who were present and professionally responded throughout the day to keep our community safe,” 조직은 말했다.
          Here’s what we know about the arrests and the affiliations of the people involved.
          경찰 체포 31 men near a Pride event in Coeur d'Alene, 아이다 호, 토요일.

          Police received report of a group dressed like ‘a little army

          There was a large police presence at Saturday’s Pride event after authorities received informationover the last couple days that there were a number of groups that were planning to disrupt today’s activities,” White said Saturday, though it is unclear if police were aware of Patriot Front’s apparent plans.
          Authorities received a call from a concerned citizen at 1:38 오후. Saturday to report that “대략 20 people jumped into a U-Haulin the parking lot of a local hotel, 화이트가 말했다.
          The caller said the group was equipped with shields and masks andlooked like a little army,” according to White.
          About ten minutes after receiving the call, officers conducted a traffic stop on the U-Haul and detained 31 사람들, 화이트가 말했다. 모두 31 individuals were charged with conspiracy to riot, which is a misdemeanor, 그는 말했다.
          Members of the group were dressed similarly in khaki pants and blue shirts and were wearing hats with plastic inside them, according to the chief and video from the scene of the arrest. The men were also equipped with “방패, shin guards and other riot gear,” along with papers White described assimilar to an operations plan that a police or military group would put together for an event.Police also found at least one smoke grenade.
          It is clear to us based on the gear that the individuals had with them, the stuff they had in their possession, and the U-Haul with them along with paperwork that was seized from them, that they came to riot downtown,” 화이트가 말했다.
          Law enforcement arrested 31 men believed to be affiliated with a White nationalist group.

          Officers with the Coeur d’Alene Police Department, Idaho State Police, Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene of the arrest along with two SWAT teams, 화이트가 말했다.
          I don’t think this would have been as successful had we not had one extremely astute citizen who saw something that was very concerning to them and reported it to us,” 그는 말했다.
          모두 31 men have posted bond and were released from custody, per the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office. They will be due back in court at a later date. The individuals came from at least a dozen states, including Idaho, 앨라배마, 오레곤, Michigan and Texas, 보안관 사무실에서 말했다.
          Coeur d’Alene Police are leading an investigation of the people arrested and are being assisted by the FBI, according to FBI Public Affairs Specialist Sandra Yi Barker.
          At least two other people were arrested Saturday in connection with the Pride event and separately charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing, 경찰은 말했다.

          Men affiliated with White nationalist group, 경찰은 말한다

          In addition to the clothing associated with Patriot Front, the majority of the men arrested had logos on their hatsconsistent with the Patriot Front groupand some were wearing arm patches associated with the organization, according to White.
          Members of Patriot Front believe their White ancestors conquered America andbequeathed it to them,” 에 따르면 the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). The ADL says Patriot Front members espouse fascist and anti-Semitic beliefs, which they spread through online and real-world propaganda campaigns.
          The Texas-based group was formed following the 2017 “Unite the Rightrally in Charlottesville, 여자 이름, when members of the existing White supremacist group Vanguard America split off to form their own organization, the ADL says.
          Thomas Ryan Rousseau

          Among those arrested Saturday was Patriot Front leader Thomas Ryan Rousseau, according to Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Shane Moline.
            According to the ADL, Rousseau led several dozen members of Vanguard America Texas during theUnite the Rightrally and would soon after lead the splintering of a contingent of VA members to create Patriot Front.
            CNN reached out to legal representation for Rousseau but did not immediately hear back.

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