Proud Boys Leader Released From Jail After 4 Months

USA Today reports:

Henry “Enrique” Tarrio was released from jail in Washington, D.C., Friday morning after serving four months and a week for setting fire to a Black Lives Matter banner at a historic African American church in the nation’s capital.

Tarrio has called himself the “chairman” of the Proud Boys extremist group, a white supremacist-adjacent gang notorious for street fighting and property damage. His current role in the organization is unclear, and he has said he plans to run for political office after returning to his hometown, Miami.

Tarrio’s role at the Proud Boys has been under fire since it was revealed last year that he had worked as a federal informant.

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