LAS VEGAS (WR) — Arraignment was postponed Thursday in Nevada state court docket for 3 males accused of plotting to firebomb a Las Vegas racial injustice protest in Could to spark violence and advance views of an extremist anti-government “boogaloo” group.

Stephen Parshall, Andrew Lynam and William Loomis weren’t introduced in custody to Las Vegas from a personal detention facility in rural Pahrump, the place they’re being held on separate however comparable federal expenses.

Prosecutor Michael Dickerson advised Decide Valerie Adair that authorities have been unable to rearrange video appearances for the lads from the CoreCivic Southern Nevada Detention Heart.

The choose reset to Aug. 27 the Clark County District Courtroom listening to for what protection attorneys say will likely be not-guilty pleas to 4 felony expenses. Adair then would schedule trial.

The boys already are scheduled for trial Nov. 31 in U.S. District Courtroom in Las Vegas on federal conspiracy and firearm expenses.

They have been arrested collectively Could 30 by police and the FBI whereas allegedly getting ready gasoline-rag-and-glass-bottle firebombs on the best way to a Las Vegas protest following the dying of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis.

Boogaloo refers to a loosely organized internet-rooted community of gun fans who usually categorical assist for overthrowing the U.S. authorities.