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Canada United States. The former leader of a neonazi group sentenced to seven years in prison

23:55  11 january  2022
23:55  11 january  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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A former leader of the American Neonazi Group "Atomwaffen Division" was sentenced Tuesday to seven years of Prison for participating in an intimidation campaign against journalists and anti-cell activists.

Kaleb Cole, 25 years old, had made with three other members of the Ornate Posters Group of Nazis and Cocktail Molotov and had sent them in January 2020 to the home of several reporters, often Jews or from minorities, and activists, According to a statement from the Ministry of Justice.

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An intimidation campaign with heavy impacts

during his trial in a federal court of Seattle in the fall, his victims told the impact of this intimidation campaign: some moved, installed alarms, alarms, bought a weapon or left the profession of journalist, according to the department.

His three accomplices have preferred to pass agreements to plead guilty with prosecutors, which allowed them to have less heavy penalties.

One of them was 3 years in prison, another 16 months. A judge even spared the prison at the last, a transgender man who concealed his identity to his comparses, believing that he had had a life difficult enough until then.

A fifth leader of "Atomwaffen Division", John Denton, was sentenced in May to three years and five months in prison after pleading guilty of "threats" and "insults".

Malicious phone calls

He had participated in a massive "Swatting" campaign that consisted of moving malicious phone calls to move emergency response units from the American police (SWAT) to the address of third parties.

Led between October 2018 and February 2019, it had targeted 134 sites, including an African-American church, an Islamic Center and journalists.

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