September 26, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson in White Supremacist Movement

WILLIAMSPORT, [PA]--Despite a plea from his father, a Virginia man who prosecutors say it a member of a white nationalist organization that was illegally trying to get guns and ammunition, will remain in jail without bail. The decision by U.S. Middle District Judge Wiliam I. Arbuckle III came after a prosecutor said Justin Daniel Lough, 27, of Waynesboro, Va., met with an undercover operative in Harrisburg earlier this year and told him he wanted all the guns he could get. Lough and four other men are charged with illegally trying to obtain guns, including machine gun parts, distributing methamphetamine and money laundering. The men, prosecutors say, are all members of the Aryan Strikeforce, described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a racist skinhead group. Prosecutors say the men wanted firearms, ammunition and money to carry out the activities of the organization. The goal of the Strikeforce, according to the indictment, is "to protect the honor of our women, children and the future of our race and nation" using violence as a necessary tool. View More>>

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