Two New Black Panther Party members plead guilty to planning bombing after Ferguson unrest

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Two members of the New Black Panther Party pleaded guilty to  planning a bombing spree following the Ferguson unrest.

Olajuwon Davis and Brandon Orlando Baldwin admit planning bomb attacks on Police Headquarters, prosecutor Bob Mcculloch and the Ferguson Police Chief, among others.

Davis and Baldwin were arrested as soon as they paid an undercover agent for pipe bombs.  As part of their plea agreement each could face seven years in prison.  Sentencing is August 31st.