Fourth Generation Warfare

Security Guard Arrested for Setting Fire to Police Precinct during Riot

It appears the an-caps may be right that private security is superior to government police.

By Carlos Miller

Pinac News

Branden Wolfe, 23, is facing federal arson charges.
A man who works as a private security guard was the first person arrested in the arson of a Minneapolis police precinct during last month’s riot in the wake of the George Floyd murder at the hands of police.

Branden Wolfe, 23, was said to be wearing body armor, duty belts, handcuffs, a baton and a knife stolen from the 3rd Precinct when he was arrested on June 3.

He had been fired from his job at Menards, a home improvement store, after he admitted on Facebook he stole items from the precinct. The posts appeared to have been deleted.

He was arrested later that day after returning to the store wearing the cop gear, even though the store had banned him from returning.


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