A person using a flamethrower fired a flamethrower on Saturday Pan African flag Flying poles outside the headquarters of the Uhuru Movement, a Florida-based black international socialist group.
Security video Released by the group, a white Honda sedan driver pulled out of the group’s St. Petersburg headquarters, removed the flamethrower from the trunk, and shot a fire tower at a flag about 30 feet (9 meters) above the ground. It shows that.
The group said the man stopped when the workers in the building yelled at him.
The video shows a man driving a car with the flamethrower back in the trunk. The photo provided by the group shows a flag with a large hole.
Police in St. Petersburg said they were working to investigate the fire and identify the suspect.
The Uhuru Movement is part of the African People’s Socialist Party, which aims to “unify the African people as one for liberation, social justice, independence and economic development.”
Akile Akai, director of incitement and publicity for the group, said the attack was the same as killing 10 blacks in a supermarket in Buffalo, New York in May.
Police say the suspect was arrested Buffalo massacre White supremacist.
Akai said that “oppression, colonialism, a social system based on exploitation and a normal façade” are causing such attacks.
A person with a flamethrower ignites the Pan-African flag at Activist Headquarters | Florida
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