Confirmed: Dallas Shooter was Member of Houston New Black Panther Party

Quanell X told reporters at KPRC NBC2 in Houston that Johnson was a member of the Houston Chapter of the New Black Panther Party for a short time a few years ago. He said he parted ways with Johnson after about six months because Johnson would not follow the chain of command.

During negotiations with the Dallas Police Department Friday morning during the ambush shooting that left five officers dead and seven other people shot, Johnson said he was not part of any group. He stated he wanted to kill white people and white police officers.

  • robins111

    Wouldn’t follow chain of command. That means he wouldn’t share the play tire.

    • UCSPanther

      The Black Panthers of old bred a number of lone wolves, the most notorious being Mark Essex, who went on a sniper spree in New Orleans back in the 1970s.

      Ironically, just like militia groups that the Left loves to demonize so much, the Black Panthers had a “field guide” which recommended a variety of firearms to use in urban areas, one of which was the Ruger .44 magnum carbine, which Essex used as his weapon.

  • Linda1000

    This New Black Panther party is scary because they have a long American history but the movement is international. Militant blacks teamed up with Islam and I have always said that combination is more barbaric but the Islamic State now gives them good competition. New BP party tried to come to Canada – Ryerson, Toronto speaker. Unless I have this wrong, these sub-groups are all connected back to NOI, right?
    Founder of NOI:
    Remember the mostly forgotten “Zebra Killings” of San Francisco. Howard Clark wrote a book about them.

  • UCSPanther

    Anyone who swears allegiance to or wears the uniform of the Black Panthers is to be treated as a hostile.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Let’s not start tarring them all with the same brush…oh…sorry about that.

    • BillyHW

      I see what you did there.

  • BillyHW

    Beyonce has a lot of splainin to do.

    • Clausewitz

      Who cares about her? Not me.

  • Hard Little Machine

    He was sent home from Afghanistan after being accused of a sexual assault. The army recommended an other than honorable discharge. He was then handed an order or protection by his accuser. Mysteriously he was then given an honorable discharge and no further action was taken. A low level cover up.