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Caitlyn Pye, 17, a young white girl in Georgia tried to intentionally murder members of a Black church

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Because nothing says white supremacy like a young white girl wearing a “Free Dylan Roof” T-Shirt. According to federal investigators, Caitlyn Bye, 17, has been found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder (that is just the beginning of her charges here guys) after she plotted against a popular Black church to shoot and kill members.

 Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Mill Street was the target according to documents reviewed by Bazaar Daily News. Authorities say that the young woman plotted against the church and its members once having threatened to shoot up the place, er, the other with the intention to stab African American members of the church.

Pye’s racism and indoctrination apparently was similar to that of Dylann Roof as she had strong beliefs, per documents, that he did no wrong in the mass murder committed in 2015 in Charleston South Carolina.

It’s worth noting that Pye admitted to investigators that she in fact is a white supremacist. In 2019, Pye was found during school to have had notebooks and T-Shirts that indicated she was not only a supremacist but a racist with a fixation for none other than mass murderer Dylann Roof.

She however did get off fairly easy for the racially targeted attempted attack. Superior Court Judge Allison Tiller remanded the teen to custody in juvenile hall until the age of 21, whereas, she then will have 10 years of probation.


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By SHK

Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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