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PALM BEACH COUNTY STATE ATTORNEY: Pro-Trump Agitators In PBC Will Be Met With Force

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As Trump Prepares To Move Here, Aronberg Says Police Ready To Use Force.

“PBSO is not the Capitol Police. We will not tolerate violence.”

“If you left Florida in a conspiracy to commit sedition, you can be prosecuted here.”

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Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg (BocaNewsNow.com File).

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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg has a message for pro-Trump conspirators who may be planning violence in Donald Trump’s home county.

“We obviously are aware that the President will attempt to move to Palm Beach after he leaves office,” said Aronberg. “We want the traitors who tried to overthrow the government of the United States to know that they are not welcome here. We will not tolerate that kind of violence. Law Enforcement is prepared. PBSO will be ready for them. They are not the Capitol police. These people will be met with a strong law enforcement response.”

Palm Beach County Mayor David Kerner during a news conference on January 7, 2021. (Courtesy PBCTV20).

At an afternoon news conference, Palm Beach County Mayor David Kerner blasted the pro-Donald Trump Capitol uprising.

“Yesterday was a tragedy,” said Kerner. “We have an obligation to move forward as a unified county, country and nation.”

Aronberg added that any Floridian who traveled to Washington to take part in yesterday’s uprising could face serious charges when they return home.

“If someone left Florida to conspiracy to commit sedition,” said Aronberg “they can be prosecuted here.”

 

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