Transcript for Virginia's temporary ban on weapons takes effect
word of new arrests amid state of emergency? Virginia. The FBI arresting three members of the neo-nazi group, the base in Virginia. Reporting credible threats from the alleged neo-nazis. Reporter: Tonight in Georgia, three suspected members of a neo-nazi group called the base are around arrest, charged with conspiracy to murder members of the left wing group antifa. The FBI linking to case to the arrest of three other armed members who investigators believe were plotting to attend a gun-rights rally in Richmond Virginia with hopes of starting a racial war. We had received credible intelligence from our law enforcement agencies that there are groups with malicious plans. Reporter: Virginia's governor declaring a state of emergency, temporarily banning weapons from capitol grounds. The state capital on edge. Two years after a neo-nazi plowed his car into a crowd of protesters in charlottesville, killing 32 Heather Heyer and injuring dozens of others. Now place say this man, a member of the base and under arrest with three men in Georgia. I know they're stepping security ahead of the rally in Richmond? Reporter: They sure are. Law enforcement sources telling me there's a much heavier presence of local and state police. They don't want to see another charlotteville. Counterprotesters also pulling out. The Harvey Weinstein sexual
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