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CAPTURED: Othal Wallace Arrested at Black Militia Compound in Georgia

Posted on | June 26, 2021 | Comments Off on CAPTURED: Othal Wallace Arrested at Black Militia Compound in Georgia

Thursday we reported on the shooting of a Daytona Beach police officer by Othal Wallace. Last night, we updated with the $200,000 reward for the capture of Wallace, who was believed to be in the Atlanta area and reportedly associated with the NFAC, a radical anti-white hate group.

Now the story takes a predictable turn, as Wallace was captured early this morning at a three-acre NFAC compound in DeKalb County, Georgia:

Othal “O’Zone” Wallace, the man accused of shooting a Daytona Beach police officer in the head this week, was captured early Saturday morning while hiding in a tree house east of Atlanta, Georgia.
Police Chief Jakari Young said at an early Saturday morning press conference that a law enforcement taskforce, including local, state and federal agencies, captured Wallace at about 2:30 a.m. in a remote area in DeKalb County, Georgia.
The 3-acre property were Wallace was found is affiliated with the NFAC, which stands for the Not F-ing Around Coalition, a Black nationalist paramilitary organization, Young said.
“Othal Wallace was located hiding in a tree house,” Young said. “In the tree house with Wallace was multiple flash bangs, rifle plates, body armor, two rifles, two handguns and several boxes of ammunition.”
Wallace, 29, is accused of shooting Daytona Beach Police Officer Jason Raynor in the head Wednesday night. Wallace faces a charge of attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer and will be extradited to Volusia County.
Daytona Beach Police officers were present when Wallace was arrested. They locked Officer Raynor’s handcuffs on Wallace.
Young said Wallace stated when he was captured: “‘You guys know who I am. You know what I’m capable of and it could have been a lot worse.'” . . .
There were four other people on the property where Wallace was captured, Young said. The property also contained two structures and a trailer besides the tree house. He said he did not know what charges the other four may face or whether they were members of the NFAC militia.
He said a large arsenal of weapons was found in the main residence.

Red State points out that this complicates the narrative. Supposedly, white people have such a monopoly on “hate” (to say nothing of our privilege) as to make us “the top domestic violent extremist threat,” in the words of Attorney General Merrick Garland.

What we are now dealing with, I would suggest, is dueling paranoia: A certain number of white extremists are expecting a racial Armageddon, while at the same time, the media keeps hyping up fear of “white supremacy” to such an extent that a certain number of black extremists are likewise expecting a racial Armageddon. So even though the vast majority of Americans of all races have no problem with “diversity,” there is nevertheless a threat of conflict, mainly due to the distorted perceptions about race relations created by the media.



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