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The Justice Department unsealed a case against a man who is linked to a series of "swatting" incidents. (iStock)


FBI arrests alleged neo-Nazi ‘swatting’ ring member who focused journalists, a church and a Facebook exec

A Virginia man arrested on Friday was linked to a collection of “swatting” assaults on authorities officers, journalists and others as a part of a neo-Nazi group, federal officers stated.

The Justice Department unsealed its case towards John William Kirby Kelley final week with a cost of conspiracy to make threats. According to an FBI affidavit, members of the unnamed group “all appeared to share racist views” and had a “particular disdain for African Americans and Jewish people.”

False or pretend emergency calls are often called “swatting” as a result of the perpetrators hope to impress an awesome SWAT crew response, which may flip lethal if police find yourself killing harmless individuals throughout them.

The Justice Department unsealed a case towards a person who’s linked to a collection of “swatting” incidents. (iStock)

According to prosecutors, the group used a web site referred to as DoxBin, which listed previous and attainable future swatting targets. One sufferer was a Facebook govt; one other was the Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard G. Pitts Jr., who was labeled as “anti-white race,” as The Washington Post stories.

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The FBI started investigating Kelley in late 2018 after Old Dominion University obtained an nameless bo-mb and sho-oting risk.

A search of Kelley’s cellphone reportedly revealed his neo-Nazi sympathies, together with footage of him in tactical gear alongside recruiting supplies for Atomwaffen, which is a identified neo-Nazi terror community.

Separately, three members of Atomwaffen are on trial for 5 murders, PBS stories.

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