Kendall Jenner BF Bad Bunny’s Concert Targeted By Firearms Dealer; ‘Plotted’ To Incite Race War

An Arizona gun dealer was arrested for attempting to start a racial conflict before the presidential election by shooting black people during a Bad Bunny concert in Atlanta.

Mark Adams Prieto, 58, was purportedly arrested last month over an alleged plot to use semi-automatic rifles to murder as many black people as possible at a Bad Bunny Atlanta concert.

The suspect was reportedly indicted Tuesday, July 11, by the grand jury in Arizona on charges of firearms trafficking, transferring a firearm for use in a hate crime, and possession of an unregistered firearm.

What did Mark plan to do?

According to the indictment cited in NBC News, the FBI launched an undercover operation after a source the suspect had recruited to aid in the massacre at the Bad Bunny concert tipped off authorities.

Mark Adams Prieto allegedly attempted to enlist the undercover FBI agent and an informant at a gun show where he was a vendor during a month-long probe.

According to reports, the suspect told an informant and an undercover FBI agent that he had been planning to kill a large number of members of minority groups in order “to incite a race war” before November’s presidential election.

Prieto allegedly said he wanted to attack a hip-hop show because there would be a high concentration of African Americans there and he was planning to leave confederate flags behind afterwards to send the message that “we’re going to fight back now, and every whitey will be the enemy across the whole country,” adding “KKK all the way” and that he wanted to show “no mercy, no quarter.”

Prieto disclosed that he intended to execute the massacre on May 14–15, during rapper Bad Bunny‘s Atlanta performance.

According to the affidavit, “Prieto believes that martial law will be implemented shortly after the 2024 election and that a mass shooting should occur prior.”

The suspect was reportedly arrested on May 14 while he was driving east from Arizona with seven firearms inside his vehicle.

The judge has ordered the suspect to remain in federal custody until his trial.

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