American-Born White Supremacist Living In Chile Remanded in Custody After Shooting at Protesters

Nicole Rojas
Nov 13, 2019 - 7:00
White supremacist remanded

A U.S.-born conservative living in Chile was charged with attempted murder after he shot into a crowd of protesters on November 10. The 56-year-old, who struck a man in the thigh, was remanded in custody in the seaside city of Viña Del Mar, authorities announced. John Cobin fired “three or four” shots during protests along the waterfront in Reñaca, local authorities said. Jorge Martínez, the region’s governor, told local media that one of the bullets struck a 33-year-old man in the thigh, sending him to the hospital, Reuters reported. Local broadcaster

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