Paypal and GoFundMe banned a militia group that detained migrants at the US border

The New York Times reported that the US Constitutional Patriot, a right-wing militia in New Mexico in September 1945, handed over gunfire to US officials. Currently Paypal and GoFundMe have banned groups from their service according to Buzzfeed News .

Over the last few years, the number of paramilitary groups has increased in the United States, and at that time Member States have visited the US border to support US border patrol agents. According to a recent report, the Attorney General of New Mexico said in a statement Thursday that "these people should not exercise their authority to enforce law," the Border Patrol issued a statement saying "I do not support or condone." Private organizations and organizations are voluntarily dealing with enforcement issues. "On Saturday, authorities confirmed that the FBI had arrested Larry Mitchell Hopkins, a member of the organization.

Now, technology companies are paying for Paypal and GoFundMe Paypal has permanently suspended the group's account on The Verge and the group has sent messages or checks to their Facebook pages directly to them. Cheney said in an interview with Buzzfeed News "They have killed us." "We have to find other ways people can donate." The operation at the remote location was costly, and the group was involved in food, gas

Buzzfeed News A Paypal spokesperson said the group "is in a position to use the funds obtained from the funding platform to purchase miscellaneous supplies. Exploitation. "GoFundMe will update this post with additional comments, and if we hear again

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