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The organization, called 1st Amendment Praetorian, is not as well known as the Oath Keepers or the Proud Boys, but it worked closely with pro-Trump forces in the months after the 2020 election.
Matthew Greene, 34, who was “among the first wave” to rush up the Capitol steps, pleaded guilty to two charges and agreed to cooperate with the government, federal prosecutors said.
Phil Waldron, who owns a bar in Texas, is a case study in how pro-Trump fringe players managed to get a hearing for conspiracy theories at the highest level during the presidential transition.
“Liking” white nationalist and extremist content on social media could result in disciplinary action, Defense Department officials said.
The far-right nationalist group has become increasingly active at school board meetings and town council gatherings across the country.
Organizers of the “Unite the Right” demonstration suffered a damaging legal defeat this week. But four years after the rally, their message has seeped closer to the conservative mainstream.
His acquittal has reinvigorated support on the right for armed responses to racial justice protests and unrest.
The civil trial that starts Monday will examine whether the far-right organizers had plotted to foment violence. They have countered that bloodshed stemmed from self-defense.
Internal documents show a struggle with misinformation, hate speech and celebrations of violence in the country, the company’s biggest market.