Three residents of Las Vegas, incited to violence, was charged with

Three men who allegedly inciting violence during protests in Las Vegas, charged with, according to a press release published on the website of the office of the attorney General in Nevada.

Reportedly, each was charged with conspiracy to commit harm with the use of fire and explosives during protests in Las Vegas, and also in possession of an unregistered explosive device, and in particular we are talking about the Molotov cocktail. They were taken into custody.

"Provocateurs of violence used peaceful protests and demonstrations across the country, including Nevada, using the real and legitimate anger caused by the death of George Floyd, to complete their radical plans," said Prosecutor Nicholas Trutanich.

Three men lived in Las Vegas and was in the Boogaloo movement. This term, according to the statement of office of public Prosecutor, "is used by extremists to refer to the coming of the civil war and/ or disintegration of society."

Reportedly, the men were arrested may 30. According to CNN, in the car of one of the detained was found a lot of flammable substances, including gasoline. Were also seized cans of hairspray, a box of fireworks, a pistol and shotgun 12 gauge.

The cities of the U.S., a wave of protests and unrest after the death in Minneapolis at the hands of police of African-American George Floyd. In the Internet appeared the video, which police put the handcuffs Floyd, knocked him down and piled on top of him, the three of us, and one of them stepped on his knee on the neck. Floyd on video several times says that he can not breathe, then fades. He died in intensive care. After the riots, fired four police officers and one of them was accused of murder by negligence.