United States attorney Russell Coleman announced this last week. “Here in Kentucky, we worship our first and second amendment freedoms, not the stupidity that seriously endangers police and protesters.”
Grandmaster Jay is the founder of the “Not F ***** g Around Coalition” (NFAC). NFAC is a black nationalist paramilitary organization based in the United States that works for the liberation and separatism of blacks.
Johnson, 57, from West Chester, Ohio, was arrested at his home on December 3, 2020 and appeared before a federal judge in Louisville last week.
The criminal complaint said Johnson “violently assaulted, resisted, resisted, obstructed, intimidated and disrupted federal task force officials while engaged in or in the performance of official duties when Johnson raised a gun it judged September 4, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky. “
He is charged with aiming an AR platform rifle at officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), US Intelligence and the Louisville Metro Police Department. Task Force officers were on the roof of the Jefferson Jury Grand Jury Building, watching Jefferson Square Park as armed protesters gathered.
“The FBI respects the right of individuals to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights,” said Robert Brown, SAC for the FBI Louisville Division. “Our mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution is twofold and simultaneous and not contradictory. Accordingly, we are committed to investigating violent behavior and those who exploit legitimate, peaceful protests and engage in violations of federal law. “
If convicted in court, Johnson faces the maximum legal sentence of 20 years in federal prison.