Boogaloo Boi Sentenced To Four Years For Shooting Into Minneapolis Police Station During George Floyd Protest

Law & Crime reports:

A self-described member of the Boogaloo Bois has been sentenced to more than four years in prison nearly two years after shooting more than a dozen rounds into a police building during the George Floyd protests in late May 2020.

Ivan Hunter, 24, traveled more than 1,200 miles from Texas to Minnesota with an AK-47 in tow and “blindly” fired 13 rounds into the entryway of the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct building, prosecutors say.

His arrest was widely perceived as corroborating suspicions that extremist groups coordinated to disrupt and co-opt protests over racial justice. “The shooter then walks toward the camera, high-fives another individual and yells, ‘Justice for Floyd!’” the FBI’s affidavit states.

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