No, not one minute of mainstream media coverage should be spent on Richard Spencer or NPI, if the MSM/legacy (corporate) media didn't have white liberals to scare and an agenda to constantly massage.
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Instead, the story of two black people (one an admitted member of the Black Panther Party who wanted to "kill cops") planning on setting off explosives at a 90 percent white elementary school in a white flight suburb of Birmingham, Alabama - so they could then kill first responders - is a story few will ever encounter. [Pair charged in explosive device at elementary school; planned to shoot cops, start race war, Al.com, 11-23-16]
A convicted felon who claims he wanted to start a race war is behind bars in connection with the explosives device planted outside of a Trussville elementary school.
Authorities today announced state charges against 35-year-old Zachary Edwards and 34-year-old Raphel Dilligard, both of eastern Birmingham. They are charged with possession of a hoax destructive device, rendering false alarm and making terrorist threats, said Trussville police Capt. Jeff Bridges. The warrants were issued this morning after the week-long probe by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Trussville police, the Alabama State Fire Marshal's Office, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency and the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.
"My guys believe this individual to be a very dangerous person,'' said Dave Hyche, ATF's assistant special agent in charge in Alabama.
Lawmen responded en masse to Magnolia Elementary School on Wednesday, Nov. 16, after they received a 911 from a woman wo [sic] reported seeing a Hispanic male place the package on a pickup truck that belonged to a school cafeteria worker. The package was a box with wires and timer attached.
The first break in the case came when investigators were able to trace that 911 to a cell phone that had once been owned by Edwards, said Hyche and Bridges.
Also, the timer – a stopwatch - used on the device was determined to have been sold at Walmart, and Hyche said investigators then analyzed all 18 recent buyers in the area. They quickly eliminated those that would have a legitimate reason for needing a timer – like a track coach - that ultimately led them to the store in Irondale where a woman - later determined to be Dilligard - was seen on video surveillance buying the timer.
Once brought in for questioning, Edwards admitted to planting the device, and said his plan was to get all police officers and first-responders in one place so he could shoot them. "I guess he doesn't like cops,'' Bridges said.
Edwards also talked of using the incident as a diversion so he could commit crimes elsewhere - such as robbing a bank - while the police were tied up at the elementary school, but backed out of that plan. "Probably because of the overwhelming response to the area,'' Hyche said. "He wanted everybody in one place so he could kill cops,'' Hyche said. "He made it clear to our guys he wanted to commit acts of violence. This arrest probably did stop something bad from happening."
The device – which was disabled in nearby woods – did contain explosive powder. "It was painstakingly put together and it also had most of what you need to make a bomb,'' Hyche said.Were these two black individuals supporters of Black Lives Matter? Why bring this up? [Birmingham man charged in Trussville elementary bomb threat claimed Black Panthers, Black Mafia affiliation,WIAT.com, 11-23-16]:
TRUSSVILLE, Ala. (WIAT) — A Birmingham man who claims affiliation with the Black Panthers and Black Mafia and a woman have been arrested and charged in connection with the bomb threat at Magnolia Elementary School last week.
Investigators took the duo into custody late Tuesday night at their Birmingham residence and questioned them. Bridges explained Edwards began to confess, and claimed to be affiliated with the Black Panthers and the Black Mafia. Those claims have not been confirmed by officials.
Bridges said he first confessed the device was left to lure officers to the location where they would be shot, then told investigators later that the device was also placed to create a diversion so he could rob a bank while the police were there.
Bridges said he told investigators he had associates and was planning to do both–rob a bank and shoot the cops. Police believe Edwards was serious and intended to do harm.Magnolia Elementary School is nearly 90 percent white; the police department in Trussville is close to 100 percent white; first responders in the area are nearly 100 percent white.
This story is getting virtually no media attention outside the Birmingham area, a 75 percent black city that stands as one of the moral epicenters for the erection of the racial ethics serving as the foundation of Black-Run America (BRA).
And yet somehow Richard Spencer is the true villain...