The girl was convicted in the USA for a plan to attack black parishioners

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A court in the US state of Georgia sentenced a 17-year-old girl to 10 years of probation for a plan of armed attack on black parishioners. This was reported by the local television channel Fox5 Atlanta.

At the time of her arrest, the convict was 16 years old. The girl planned to attack with a knife on parishioners of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Gainesville. The motive was precisely the color of the parishioners’ skin.

According to the Associated Press, the girl acquired several butcher’s and kitchen knives for the attack, and also conducted “reconnaissance” in preparation for the crime. In addition, the convict kept a diary, in which she described in detail her plan.

Until the age of 21, the teenager will be held in a special center of the Department of Juvenile Affairs. After her release from it for another 10 years, she will be on probation. Also, during this time, she must not approach any African church closer than 45 m.

On October 6, it was reported that the McLoskey couple, who went out in arms to defend their St. Louis home during the protests, were brought to trial and charged with pointing a pistol and a machine gun at the protesters, as well as fraud. with evidence.

The case against the couple was opened on July 21. The incident took place in St. Louis, Missouri in June. Mark McLoskey and his wife, Patricia, aimed a submachine gun and a pistol at the crowd of protesters as they walked towards the home of a nearby state governor.

According to the chief attorney of St. Louis, Kim Gardner, such a demonstration of weapons is illegal. The spouses face up to four years in prison.

According to McLoskey, they feared for their lives, as protesters tore down the gates of the private quarter and stormed into its street.

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