By Red Pill  |  07-18-2017   News
Photo credit: Little Rock Police Department

Not a surprise to the local populace, but once again a savage black gangbanger has been charged in connection with the brutal late night shootout at the Power Ultra Nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas, that left 28 people with gunshot wounds.

Law enforcement say that Kentrell D. Gwynn is the first person to be formally charged in connection to the Power Ultra Lounge shooting in which 28 people were injured as a result of black on black crime.

Gwynn goes by the street name "DIRT" and as it turns out is the bodyguard for Ricky Hampton also known as Finese2Tymes.

According to an official arrest affidavit, Gwynn is facing several felony charges including ‘Providing a Firearm to a Convicted Felon’, ‘Providing Armed Security to a Convicted Felon’, and ‘Conspiracy’.

United States Attorney Patrick Harris released a statement to the press regarding these new charges saying that, “With gun violence continuing to rise in our communities, the United States Attorney’s office is firmly committed to removing these criminals from the streets as quickly as possible,” Patrick C. Harris, Acting United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, said.

He went on to say, “The shooting at Power Ultra Lounge was a horrific event that no community should have to experience. As the investigation into the events of that night continues, the people associated with the shooting, including Kentrell Gwynn, will be brought to justice.”

Hampton is the rapper whose concert in Little Rock was the site of the violent gang shooting that left 28 people injured on July 1st earlier this month.

The United States Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) Special Agents proceeded to arrest Hampton who was wanted on an Arkansas Felony warrant issued as a result of a separate incident in Forrest City on June 25th.

The rapper was scheduled to perform his next concert at Side Effects nightclub in Birmingham, Alabama, on the evening of July 1st. The ATF claims they received information about Hampton's location the following day.

Special Agents surrounded Hampton in the passenger's seat of a Mercedes Benz parked outside the Alabama club where he was set to perform.

The driver, Kentrell Gwynn was wearing a "Fugitive Recovery Agent" badge and also had on both a ballistic vest and a thigh side holster with a loaded .40-caliber pistol.

Police claim they also found several other weapons and ammunition inside the vehicle at the time of the arrest.

Gwynn was then interviewed and advised he was Hampton's bodyguard. He possessed a legitimate Tennessee concealed pistol permit and claimed to be a bounty hunter,according to authorities.

Gwynn also had in his possession a small baggie of marijuana on him at the time if the arrest. He told agents he was guarding Hampton the night of the Power Ultra Lounge shooting but he didn't know if the rapper had a firearm on him or not.

He added he did not shoot at anyone nor did he know who fired the shots inside of the club during the shootout. Hampton admitted to pulling out an AK-style semi-automatic pistol while the Forrest City performance was ongoing at the club and is aware he is a convicted felon and can't possess a firearm.

Hampton said he initially hired Gwynn as his security guard because he "grew up seeing him" and Gwynn "cares about his life” and he needed the protection due to obvious gang ties and prices in his head from rival groups.

On July 11th, an Arkansas State Crime Lab Firearm and Tool Mark Examiner confirmed preliminary findings that the results indeed show shell casings fired from Gwynn's .40-caliber pistol matched casings recovered from the Power Ultra Lounge shooting. This is a preliminary determination pending a final microscopic examination.

Gwynn is now scheduled to appear in federal court in the Eastern District of Arkansas on July 18th. Hampton is also set to appear in federal court for charges stemming from the separate incident in Forrest City. Both men face serious time behind bars if convicted.

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http://www.thv11.com/mb/news/local/first-person-charged-in-power-ultra-lounge-shooting/457639889

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Anonymous No. 5352 1500432436

I thought you might want to remember some of your sweet innocent white gangs, big smile;

Keystone United

alcoholic thugs, violent drug addicts. racially motivated violence and murder strong supporters of Donald Trump. They were a common sight at Trump’s campaign rallies in Pennsylvania. when Southern African Americans came looking for work. Many chose to intimidate rather than compete.

211 Crew

Racism, crime. The 211 Crew is known for targeting law enforcement.

Aryan Circle

methamphetamine, and many members are addicts.

European Kindred

meth distribution, dogfighting, home invasions, identity theft, rape, and murder

Volksfront

known for deep racial hatred and anti-Semitism, which they back up with violence. Volksfront is also a key player in the hate music scene. Mike Lawrence, their East Coast leader, publicly distanced himself from Volksfront, claiming “the movement will forever be plagued with a collection of pedophiles, sociopaths, misfits and retards.”

Hammerskins

The Hammerskins are one of the most violent white supremacist crews in the world. Wade Michael Paige, who attacked a Wisconsin Sikh temple in 2012, was a patched member of the organization. He killed six and wounded three before killing himself in a shootout with police

Blood & Honour

The group took their name from a Hitler Youth slogan. Their logo contains the words “blood” and “honor” along with a triskelion, which resembles a three-pronged swastika. One faction remained loyal to propaganda through music. The other promoted terrorism and assassinations. Both claimed to be the true inheritors of Stuart’s message. Blood & Honour now serves as an umbrella organization for a constantly shifting group of white supremacist gang alliances.

You've got to love Laurence's description.

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