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Judge to sentence neo-Nazi group members under terrorism law

Two neo-Nazi group members intended to engage in terrorist activity before FBI agents arrested them ahead of a pro-gun rally in Virginia, a federal judge concluded Monday. U.S.
1 month ago|Greenbelt, United States

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Judge To Sentence Neo-Nazi Group Members Under Terrorism Law

Two neoNazi group members intended to engage in terrorist activity before FBI agents arrested them ahead of a progun rally in Virginia, a federal judge concluded Monday.

1 month ago|India
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Judge to sentence neo-Nazi group members under terrorism law

A federal judge has concluded that two neo-Nazi group members intended to engage in terrorist activity before FBI agents arrested them ahead of a pro-gun rally in Virginia

1 month ago|United States
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Judge to sentence neo-Nazi group members under terrorism law

GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — Two neo-Nazi group members intended to engage in terrorist activity before FBI agents arrested them ahead of a pro-gun rally in Virginia, a federal judge concluded Monday.

1 month ago|United States
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Neo-Nazis And Extremists Face Justice As Civil Trial Over Charlottesville Rally Is Set To Begin

Plaintiffs are suing a gamut of neo-Nazis and white supremacists over "Unite the Right," a far-right rally that grew violent four years ago in the Virginia city.

1 month ago|United States
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Judge to sentence neo-Nazi group members under terrorism law - Local News 8

By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN Associated PressGREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A federal judge has concluded that two neo-Nazi group members intended to engage in terrorist activity before FBI agents arrested them ahead of a pro-gun rally in Virginia. U.S. District Judge Theodore Chuang’s decision Monday to apply a “terrorism enhancement” in sentencing the men favors prosecutors’ recommendation that both of them get 25 years in prison. Chuang is scheduled to senten…

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Neo-Nazis who plotted bomb attack face harsher sentencing after judge declares them domestic terrorists

Two members of a neo-Nazi paramilitary group were officially declared terrorists in a federal case in Maryland Monday, according to Winnipeg News reporter Ryan Thorpe.Defendants Patrik Mathews and Brian Lemley Jr. appeared for a joint sentencing hearing in which prosecutors attempted to add a terrorism sentencing enhancement onto the case. Doing so dramatically increases the time the men would spend behind bars. The men were convicted of plannin…

1 month ago|United States
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Judge to sentence neo-Nazi group members under terrorism law

GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A federal judge has concluded that two neo-Nazi group members intended to engage in terrorist activity before FBI agents arrested them ahead of a pro-gun rally in Virginia. U.S. District Judge Theodore Chuang’s decision Monday to apply a “terrorism enhancement” in sentencing the men favors prosecutors’ recommendation that both of them get 25 years in prison. Chuang is scheduled to sentence them at separate hearings on Thurs…

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Judge to sentence neo-Nazi group members under terrorism law

GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A federal judge has concluded that two neo-Nazi group members intended to engage in terrorist activity before FBI agents arrested them ahead of a pro-gun rally in Virginia. U.S. District Judge Theodore Chuang’s decision Monday to apply a “terrorism enhancement” in sentencing the men favors prosecutors’ recommendation that both of them get 25 years in prison. Chuang is scheduled to sentence them at separate hearings on Thurs…

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U.S. judge adding 'terrorism enhancement' to Manitoba neo-Nazi's prison term

GREENBELT, Md. — Terrorism sentencing enhancements will be applied in the case of Patrik Mathews — a neo-Nazi and disgraced Canadian reservist — and his co-conspirator, Brian Lemley Jr., a federal judge ruled in a Maryland courtroom Monday. The ruling means Mathews and Lemley, who plotted to murder federal law-enforcement and other civic figures during a charged pro-gun rights rally in Richmond, Va., in January 2020, will likely spend years, not…

1 month ago|Winnipeg, Canada
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Neo-Nazis who plotted bomb attack face harsher sentencing after judge declares them domestic terrorists

Two members of a neo-Nazi paramilitary group were officially declared terrorists in a federal case in Maryland Monday, according to Winnipeg News reporter Ryan Thorpe.Defendants Patrik Mathews and Brian Lemley Jr. appeared for a joint sentencing hearing in which prosecutors attempted to add a terrorism sentencing enhancement onto the case. Doing so dramatically increases the time the men would spend behind bars.The men were convicted of planning…

1 month ago|Washington, United States
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14 of these news sources are bias rated
8 are CENTER
L 36%
C 57%
 
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Raw Story
Alternet
abc News
The Baltimore Sun
Associated Press News
Winnipeg Free Press
Washington Top News
Missoulian
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