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Dead Winston Boogie Smith sends a despicable message to Minnesota. Wanted felon Winston Boogie Smith fired at cops before he was killed.
The man who was fatally shot by Minneapolis cops Thursday had demanded “war” after George Floyd’s death, was wanted on a felony-arms rap — and appeared to have fired his weapon as authorities tried to arrest him, according to court records, online posts and officials.
Winston Boogie Smith, 32, was gunned down in the Midwest city around 2 p.m. when he “produced a handgun” and fired it from inside his vehicle as members of a US Marshals task force tried to take him into custody on the state warrant, officials said.
“Evidence at the scene indicates that the man fired his weapon from inside the vehicle. BCA crime scene personnel recovered a handgun as well as spent cartridge cases from inside the driver’s compartment,” the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said in a statement.
Smith had made threatening posts after the police murder of Floyd — including some against cops.
“We got guns and bullet proof vest too or should be able to get em… why not just rush these f–ks and start this war they keep asking for!” Smith raged on Facebook.
“F–k justice anyway b—h justice is an eye for eye u kill one of mine we need one of yours that’s justice! Right or wrong f–k being right cuz they keep doing us wrong.
“I’m down with the burn everything government not touch sh-t else I don’t even need to loot I’ll buy my sh-t just kill them dirty ass cops off we tired of being scared at the red light!” he wrote.
Smith was wanted in neighboring Ramsey County for failing to appear for a sentencing hearing May 19 after he pleaded guilty to felony firearm possession, court records show.
The dad of two was convicted of felony aggravated robbery in 2017 and on probation and unable to possess a firearm, records show. If he had been nabbed with a firearm by cops Thursday, he could have sent back to prison.
Aside from the robbery and firearm raps, Smith had two other arrests on his record: for driving without a license, which he was convicted of, and for stealing 20 packs of Newport cigarettes, a rap which was dismissed. He also had been cited 15 times for traffic violations such as speeding and parking in snow zones and received two tickets for marijuana possession.
Dozens of friends posted on his Facebook late Thursday and early Friday to lament his death.
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