Dallas Shooter Who Shot Firefighter Was Derick Lamont Brown, Black Panthers Leader Under FBI Investigation
Derick Lamont Brown, Shooter of Dallas Paramedic, Was New Black Panther Party Leader
Dallas, TX – The gunman who opened fire on Dallas paramedics Monday morning, wad identified as Derick Lamont Brown, the former leader of the New Black Panther Party in Dallas, and was the subject of an FBI investigation.
Details were not released about why Derick Lamont Brown was under FBI investigation, but his criminal history shows a history of assault with a deadly weapon. In 2008 he was involved in a collision and yelled, “I’m high… I’m high and I have a gun!” He was arrested for possession of PCP, weapons offenses, and DUI.
In 2015 he was involved in another collision where police found him holding a loaded magazine in one hand and a 9mm pistol in the other. He was high on PCP and he was again arrested for DUI and weapons violations.
In the early 2000s, Brown was the chairman of the New Black Panther Party in Dallas. On Monday, a New Black Panthers party member identified him as the “minister of defense” for the organization.
CHICAGO — Two Chicago police officers were shot and wounded late Tuesday when two vehicles pulled up alongside their car and someone started firing indiscriminately in what authorities believe was a targeted attack.
One officer was shot in the arm and hip and the other in the back, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said. Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson visited them at Stroger Hospital and said both were alert and expected to recover.
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