Militia members face gun charges, alleged to have come to Kenosha 'to pick people off'
Plea for him after the civil unrest in Kenosha to counter protesters, members of a militia group from Missouri who went to Kenosha to see for themselves what was going on and also attended a make America great again rally. They've been arrested with attempting to provide support to a known terror group Department of Justice, announcing charges against Michael Solomon and Benjamin Teeter, self professed members of the anti government Boogaloo Boys. They're accused of attempting to provide material support to the terror group Hamas. The department also alleges the men participated in unrest in Minneapolis following George Floyd's death. A hearing is scheduled for September. 9th correspondent line of