FBI: Arrests made in ‘violent ANTI SEMITIC extremist group’ investigation involving Arizona

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The FBI announced Wednesday February 26 that four arrests have been made amid the investigation of a violent extremist group with a connection to Arizona.

During a press conference Wednesday, officials said the arrests were made during the joint investigation involving Washington, Texas, Arizona and Florida.

The investigation reportedly involved “racially motivated violent extremists from across the U.S…charged today in U.S District Court in Seattle with a conspiracy to threaten and intimidate journalists and activists,” officials say.

The defendants charged in the conspiracy include: Johnny Roman Garza, 20, of Queen Creek, Arizona; Cameron Brandon Shea, 24, of Redmond, Washington; Kaleb Cole, 24, of Montgomery, Texas; and Taylor Ashley Parker-Dipeppe, 20, of Spring Hill, Florida.

The defendants reportedly used an encrypted online chat group to identify journalists and others they wanted to intimidate who they thought “threatened their ideology,” officials said Wednesday.

“Defendants Cole and Shea created the posters, which included Nazi symbols, masked figures with guns and Molotov cocktails, and threatening language,” a press release says. “The posters were delivered to Atomwaffen members electronically and the coconspirators printed and delivered or mailed the posters to journalists or activists the group was targeting.”

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