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Group that ran Confederate flag parade through black child’s party indicted on terror charges

Justice is being handed down for 15 Confederacy lovers who terrorized the family of a black child during a birthday party.

Justice is being handed down for 15 Confederacy lovers who terrorized the family of a black child during a birthday party.

A Columbus County, Georgia grand jury just handed down a set of hefty gang terrorism indictments for 15 people who decided it would be a good idea to terrorize a black child and the family’s guests at a party by marching a Confederate flag parade through their midst. The indictments come on Monday via the District Attorney, Brian Fortner.

The group, called “Respect the Flag,” is a racist terrorist organization that uses the Confederate flag as a way to terrorize minorities, specifically African-Americans. Fortunately, a guest at the party had the good sense to record the whole incident and post it to social media, prompting police to open an investigation into the group

According to D.A. Fortner, Respect the Flag deliberately went through a neighborhood that is populated by mostly black residents. Once there, they noticed a family having a birthday party, and decided to roll up and cause trouble, reportedly telling the party-goers that they would “kill y’all ni**ers.”

This, along with other reported incidents of verbal and physical abuse that the group engaged in around the area, resulted in the indictments on violations of the state’s Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.

According to the racists, it was the people at the child’s part who were violent, not them. Luckily, the grand jury didn’t swallow that line.

Watch a video of the incident, via the New York Times:

[Raw Story] Featured image via screen capture 

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