Gerald Wallace's 2017 interview with FBI and police in Miami Gardens, Florida

In a February 2017 interview with a police detective and FBI agent, 35-year-old Gerald Wallace discussed his threat to a local mosque and his 'like' for the KKK's message about Muslims.
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Transcript for Gerald Wallace's 2017 interview with FBI and police in Miami Gardens, Florida
And then you couldn TKK. Yes we're they. Won't do. Was of witnesses who I'm a memorable book. It is would this thing on my front door Google book settlement. What is. But what is that the part that you like. What would these new book is world who still does. Emotional vigil will move through villages I let go but it did and it was all of us know what's wrong. But like all Muslims are terrorists there.

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