Suburban California white supremacists at center of Charlottesville hate conspiracy case

  1. Suburban California white supremacists at center of Charlottesville hate conspiracy case  Los Angeles Times
  2. Four California Men Accused of Inciting Riots in Charlottesville Violence  New York Times
  3. Four Alleged White Supremacists Who Participated in 2017 Charlottesville Unite the Right Rally Arrested  Newsweek
  4. Rise Above Movement (R.A.M.) – ADL  ADL
  5. Racist, Violent, Unpunished: A White Hate Group’s Campaign of Menace  ProPublica
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Four Californian men charged with inciting violence at 2017 Charlottesville rally

  1. Four Californian men charged with inciting violence at 2017 Charlottesville rally  Reuters
  2. Four California Men Accused of Inciting Riots in Charlottesville Violence  New York Times
  3. 4 California Men Charged With Rioting At Last Year’s Rally In Charlottesville, Va.  NPR
  4. Four California Men Charged with Conspiracy to Violate Federal Riots Statute | USAO-WDVA | Department of Justice  Department of Justice
  5. Racist, Violent, Unpunished: A White Hate Group’s Campaign of Menace  ProPublica
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U.S. arrests four men in connection to 2017 Charlottesville rally

U.S. arrests four men in connection to 2017 Charlottesville rallyFour men linked to a white supremacist group were arrested on Tuesday in connection with the white nationalist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Virginia, last year, authorities said. Benjamin Drake Daley, 25, Michael Paul Miselis, 29, Thomas Walter Gillen, 34, and Cole Evan White, 24, were arrested in California and were to be transported to Charlottesville after making initial appearances in federal courts in California on Tuesday, U.S. Attorney Thomas Cullen said at a news conference.


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Two Men Sentenced To Prison For Beating Black Man During Charlottesville Rally

  1. Two Men Sentenced To Prison For Beating Black Man During Charlottesville Rally  NPR
  2. 2 Men Who Attacked DeAndre Harris in a Charlottsville Parking Garage Last Year Have Been Sentenced to Prison  The Root
  3. Update: Goodwin Sentenced to 8 Years, Ramos Gets 6 Years in Harris Attack  NBC 29 News
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'Old Jim Crow, new Jim Crow!' Charlottesville confronts racism in Sunday rally. 4 arrested

Last year’s explosion of violence by white nationalists on this city’s streets may have garnered national headlines, but white supremacy has existed in the community for years – and that can’t be ignored. That was the recurring message that echoed Sunday at a Charlottesville rally.

     

 

 


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