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Hampstead 'Boogaloo Boi' sentenced on terrorism charges in Minneapolis

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From the federal complaint filed by the DOJ, a social media post by one of two suspects reading “I want you to join the United States ‘Boojahideen.’

The second of two self-described members of an anti-government extremist group accused in Minnesota of dealing firearm components to informants acting as members of Hamas is headed to prison. A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced Benjamin Ryan Teeter, of Hampstead, North Carolina, to four years behind bars.

The second of two self-described members of an anti-government extremist group accused in Minnesota of dealing firearm components to informants acting as members of Hamas is headed to prison.

Related —‘Boojahideen’: Hampstead Boogaloo Bois member facing federal charges for supporting Hamas terrorist group (Port City Daily)

A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced Benjamin Ryan Teeter, of Hampstead, North Carolina, to four years behind bars.
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