Black Lives Matter activist behind bars for threat to KILL ALL THE WHITE PPL

Carlos Anthony Hollins
Carlos Anthony Hollins
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Black Lives Matter activists are finally learning an important lesson the hard way: You cannot go around threatening people’s lives and not expect to be arrested.

Authorities arrested Carlos Anthony Hollins, 20, Wednesday night after he posted a threat on Twitter to kill whites in the small town of LaPlata, Maryland, according to CBS affiliate WUSA News 9.

The exact wording of the message read, “IM NOT GONNA STAND FOR THIS NO. MORE. TONIGHT WE PURGE! KILL ALL THE WHITE PPL IN THE TOWN OF LAPLATA #BlackLivesMatter,” according to CBS Baltimore, WJZ News 13, which was able to capture an image of the tweet before it was deleted:

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The tweet was posted by someone calling himself “black guy in avi” and using the handle @_TRVPCOCAINE.

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office tweeted:

It didn’t take long. An hour later, the culprit was identified and an arrest was made.

Hollins is being held on a $250,000 bond according to TheBay.com, which reported:

An arrest warrant was obtained and issued for Carlos Anthony Hollins, 20 of Waldorf. Hollins was taken into custody without incident by the Charles County Sheriff’s Office in Waldorf shortly before 9 p.m. He was charged with making threats of mass violence.

The tweet sent during the late afternoon read, “IM NOT GONNA STAND FOR THIS NO. MORE. TONIGHT WE PURGE! KILL ALL THE WHITE PPL IN THE TOWN OF LA PLATA.”

Around 4:43 p.m., town police were alerted about the tweet. Department heads took precautions, adding extra officers to patrol the area.

Court records show a peace order was issued against Hollins in April of 2014 and it expired seven months later. He was also previously charged with trespassing in 2013. Those cases have been closed. There is no information on when Hollins will be in court for a hearing on this latest charge.

 

Hollins also became something of a laughingstock on social media. Here are a few examples:

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