Suspected Neo-Nazi members Arrested Before Anticipated Race War

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On Thursday, January 16, 2020, the FBI arrested three men allegedly arming and anticipating a race war at the Richmond Gun Rally planned for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

The three men arrested are 27-year-old Patrik Matthews, former Canadian soldier who illegally snuck into the US, supported by 33-year-old Brian M. Lemley Jr., former US army soldier, and 19-year-old William G. Bilbrough.

Suspected members of a violent extremist hate group known as The Base, the men were apprehended in Maryland, after the Governor Ralph Northam of Virginia declared a state of emergency on Wednesday and banned all firearms and weaponry from Capitol Square.

The event is hosted by the Virginia Citizens Defense League and is expected to attract thousands of demonstrators angered by Virginia’s attempts to strengthen gun laws.

The Base to whom all three of these men belong to, has a goal of creating a white ethno-state and committing violence against minorities. Both The Base and Atomwaffen are FBI’s top priority.

Lemley and Bilbrough were charged with transporting and harboring an illegal alien, with conspiracy.  Mathews, former combat engineer and explosives expert, and Lemley are facing charges of transporting firearms and ammunition with the intent to commit a felony.  Mathews was also charged with illegal entry into the US and possession of a firearm and ammunition.

The Affidavit states that the two men had purchased 1,650 rounds of 5.56mm and 6.5mm ammunition, and had successfully made functioning assault rifle in December.

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