Neo-Nazi Leader Sentenced To 7 Years For Plot To Intimidate Jews, Journalists


A Neo-Nazi leader convicted in a plot to intimidate Jews and journalists has been sentenced to seven years in prison, NBC News reports.

The man, Kaleb Cole, 25, the former leader of the Neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division, was convicted in September of conspiracy, mailing threatening communications and interfering with a federally protected activity, the Justice Department said in a statement Tuesday.

“The group focused primarily on those who are Jewish or journalists of color,” the Justice Department said.

A co-conspirator in the plot, Cameron Shea, 25, another Atomwaffen Division leader, was sentenced to three years in August, the Justice Department said.


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