WASHINGTON: Judge has banned the leader of the Proud Boys which is a far-right extremist group running in the nation’s capital after he was accused of vandalizing a Black Lives Matter banner at a historic Black Church and found with high-capacity firearm magazines when he was arrested.
The order claimed by the judge, the the36-year-old banned the leader of the group, Henry Enrique Tarrio from entering the District of Columbia, with very limited exceptions to meet with his attorney or appear in the court.
Now, he is imposed with very limited exceptions to meet his attorney or appear in court. And, it came a day after he was arrested arriving in Washington ahead of the protest planned by the support of President Donald Trump to coincide with the congressional vote expected.
Reports say that Tario was arrested on Monday by the Metropolitan Police Department and accused of burning a Black Lives Matter banner that was torn down from a historic Black church located downtown. Also, reports say that he has been charged with destruction of property and is also facing weapon charges after officers found him with the firearm magazines when he was arrested.
Criminal complaint imposed against Henry which pulled Tario over on the warrant for vandalizing the Black Lives Matter sign, officers found two unloaded magazines emblazoned with the Proud Boys logo in his bag that has a capacity of 30 rounds each for AR-15 or M4 Style weapons.