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7 Firearms, 40-Year Sentence: Arizona Man Charged with Plotting Mass Shooting at Bad Bunny Concert, FBI Foils Potential Deadly Attack!

FBI Foils Plot to Incite Race War at Atlanta Concert

Arizona Man Faces Federal Charges for Alleged Mass Shooting Plan

According to, in a significant case that highlights the dangerous potential of extremist ideologies Mark Adams Prieto of Arizona is facing serious federal charges for allegedly planning a mass shooting at a Bad Bunny concert in Atlanta. According to federal reports Prieto intended to incite a race war by targeting the concert which he believed would attract a large number of African Americans. The FBI began investigating Prieto after receiving a tip from a source who turned out to be an undercover agent. This agent alerted authorities about Prieto’s plans to carry out a mass shooting before the 2024 presidential election viewing the event as a strategic point for his attack which he believed would escalate into a broader scheme involving martial law.

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7 Firearms, 40-Year Sentence: Arizona Man Charged with Plotting Mass Shooting at Bad Bunny Concert, FBI Foils Potential Deadly Attack! (PHOTO: Billboard)

Arrest and Confession: FBI Thwarts Deadly Mass Shooting Plot in Atlanta

The investigation revealed that Prieto had detailed discussions with the undercover agent about the types of firearms they would use and how to conceal them before the concert. Prieto allegedly sold two AR-style rifles to the agent believing the agent was part of his plan. He was arrested on May 14th while in possession of seven firearms. During his arrest Prieto confessed to his plot and admitted to selling the firearms intended for the attack. This quick action by the FBI prevented what could have been a tragic and large-scale act of violence. It underscores the persistent threats posed by individuals harboring extremist beliefs and demonstrates the effectiveness of federal agencies in preventing such potential disasters.

Prieto now faces multiple charges, including firearms trafficking transferring a firearm for use in a hate crime and possession of an unregistered firearm. If convicted he could be sentenced to up to 40 years in prison. Each charge carries severe consequences including long prison sentences and hefty fines. This case serves as a stark reminder of the critical role of law enforcement and federal agencies in identifying and thwarting threats to public safety. It also highlights the dangers posed by extremist views and the importance of vigilance in preventing attacks motivated by hatred and the intent to cause widespread harm.

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