Two New Black Panthers members were indicted in April on charges they were planning to bomb public buildings including the Ferguson police station.
The two panthers admitted in court they were plotting a major bomb attack but ran out of money on their EBT cards.
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Two St. Louis men were ordered Thursday to spend seven years in federal prison for planning a foiled bomb attack targeting the Ferguson police chief, the county’s prosecutor and other officials after last year’s police shooting death of Michael Brown.
The two #BlackLivesMatter activists admitted in court that they were planning to blow up the Ferguson police station and murder St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch… But they didn’t have enough money on their EBT card!