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This isnt the first time a law enforcement officer has been fired for their association with the Proud Boys either. In July, a deputy from the Clark County Sheriffs Office in Washington State was fired after she was photographed wearing a sweatshirt affiliated with the Proud Boys. Advertisement However, Plaquemines Parish Sheriff Gerald Turlich stopped short of calling the Proud Boys a hate group in announcing Greens firing. Instead, he said that the “values are contradictory to the values and the vision of the [sheriffs office]” and that “law enforcement in general has an obligation to treat all people equally, fairly and impartially.” " />

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Sheriffs deputy fired after social media posts reveal ties to far-right Proud Boys

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Sheriffs deputy fired after social media posts reveal ties to far-right Proud Boys A Louisiana sheriffs deputy was fired after it was revealed that he was a member of the Proud Boys, a far-right “Western chauvinist” group that often engages in political violence, including recently on the streets of Portland, Oregon. Brian Green, a patrol deputy at the Plaquemines Parish Sheriffs Office, was fired on Thursday after an internal investigation found that he had violated the departments social media policy, which prohibits any sort of behavior that would “negatively affect the public perception” of the agency, The Advocate reported. Controversy had been swirling since last week, when Facebook screenshots surfaced showing Greens affiliation with the Proud Boys. According to Nola.com, a since-deleted Facebook video showed Green pledging allegiance to the group. A SCREENSHOT FROM BRIAN GREENS FACEBOOK PAGE. “Im Brian Green and Im a proud western chauvinist who refuses to apologize for creating the modern world,” Green said. The former sheriffs deputy was also an administrator on the Proud Boys Louisiana Vetting Page. Advertisement The Proud Boys, who were created by former VICE co-founder Gavin McInnes, are on of the few far-right groups still strongly active after a year in which the broader movement has been battered by lawsuits, deplatforming, and infighting. The group has repeatedly denied that they are part of the so-called “alt-right” and claim instead that they are simply a mens club that believes “The West is the Best.” But this naturally glosses over the far-right political violence that many Proud Boys have engaged in over the last year. For instance, Jason Kessler, the disgraced organizer of last years deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, had previously pledged allegiance to the Proud Boys. The Proud Boys have also been a staple at the far-right “Patriot Prayer” rallies in Portland, Oregon. While the most recent gathering, on August 4, passed without violence, a widely circulated video from a rally on June 30 showed a Proud Boy flooring a counter-protester with a single punch. Antifa Tries To Beat Man With Metal Baton: Gets Knocked Out In One Shot & Weapons Stolen From Him

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This isnt the first time a law enforcement officer has been fired for their association with the Proud Boys either. In July, a deputy from the Clark County Sheriffs Office in Washington State was fired after she was photographed wearing a sweatshirt affiliated with the Proud Boys. Advertisement However, Plaquemines Parish Sheriff Gerald Turlich stopped short of calling the Proud Boys a hate group in announcing Greens firing. Instead, he said that the “values are contradictory to the values and the vision of the [sheriffs office]” and that “law enforcement in general has an obligation to treat all people equally, fairly and impartially.”


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