Slain officer’s sister sues Facebook in ‘boogaloo’ murder, alleging it pushed extremist content

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Slain officer’s sister sues Facebook in ‘boogaloo’ murder, alleging it pushed extremist content

That ultimately led the killer and his accomplice to meet over the platform, attorneys allege. They point to criminal complaints from the Justice Department that say Carrillo, then an active-duty Air Force staff sergeant, and his accomplice, Robert Alvin Justus Jr., connected through a boogaloo group on Facebook on May 28, 2020. They agreed to meet on May 29 and drive together to the protests, attorneys said.

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Author: Faiz Siddiqui