Gov't announces arrests of members of neo-Nazi group

John Denton, the former leader of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen, was arrested in the Eastern District of Virginia for his alleged role in coordinating several "swatting events."
0:19 | 02/27/20

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In five suspected neo Nazis have been arrested in five different states accused of threatening journalist and others officials say the suspects are members of a group that ran hate camps. It's a part in military style training the alleged leader was charged in connection with several swatting incidents prank calls it targeted a university. A church in a news organization.

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