FBI Arrests 3 More White Supremacist In Central Florida, 10 Total; Part Of A Group Called American Front
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Kissimmee, Fla. -
The FBI have arrested three more white supremacist from a group call American Front and says they were training to commit violent crimes in the Orlando area. In all, 10 have been arrested since yesterday across Central Florida and in St. Cloud, including;
25-year-old Jennifer McGowan
22-year-old Kent McLellan
28-year-old Diane Stevans
39-year-old Marcus Faella
35-year-old Patricia Faella
29-year-old Mark McGowan
25-year-old Paul Jackson
The FBI has charged members of the group with with illegal paramilitary training, teaching and demonstrating, attempt to shoot into an occupied dwelling and evidence of prejudices while committing offense. Officials with the FBI said they consulted with the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, and said this group planned to blow up several buildings and kill as many others as possible.
The group originated in California but migrated to the Orlando area after its founder, David Lynch, was murdered in May of 2011.
The Orlando area tops the list of number of hate groups in the state, with over 15 groups.
The FBI would not release any details of the groups plans.