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Whitmer conspiracy allegations tied to boogaloo movement - 2020-10-09

F0.png Whitmer conspiracy allegations tied to boogaloo movement October 9, 2020, Ben Collins, NBC News

A senior federal law enforcement official said federal agents found that the group of seven tied to the Wolverine Watchmen believes in the "boogaloo" movement, which is largely dedicated to eradicating the government and killing law enforcement officers. Their social media profiles showed connections to a wide variety of known anti-government groups.

Around the country, self-described members of the boogaloo movement have committed acts of violence and killed police officers in recent months, often in attempts to ignite what they believe will be a second civil war. Authorities said a California man accused of killing a police officer and a federal agent in June scrawled the word "Boog" in blood on the hood of a car during a standoff with police. Federal agents arrested two other members of the boogaloo movement whom they accused of offering to work with the terrorist group Hamas last month.

The Michigan kidnapping suspects' online lives revealed boogaloo ties and swift online radicalization.

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{{cite news | first = Ben | last = Collins | title = Whitmer conspiracy allegations tied to boogaloo movement | url = https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/whitmer-conspiracy-allegations-tied-boogaloo-movement-n1242670 | work = NBC News | date = October 9, 2020 | accessdate = October 10, 2020 }}