Brandon Lee Pack, 26 (DOB Sept. 22, 1995), of Columbus, Ohio, has been convicted and sentenced to 8–9.5 years in prison for his violent role in a Black Lives Matter riot in the summer of 2020 after George Floyd died. Pack used mortar-style fireworks to burn police officers and threw rocks and bricks.

The Franklin County prosecuting attorney said that 21 officers suffered burns, permanent hearing loss and other injuries on May 29, 2020 stemming from Pack’s violent criminal actions. Pack was convicted on one count each of aggravated riot, vandalism, and breaking and entering, as well as three counts of felonious assaults on police officers. …