The Texas man was arrested and police confiscated guns, ammo, and extremist paraphernalia, including a T-shirt featuring the image of the neo-Nazi group that claims he was one of their own.
Experts say the Canadian government is making the move as a quick response to the January 6 Capitol riot.
This is the inside story of how Rinaldo Nazzaro built the Base, a neo-Nazi terror organization—and how it all came apart.
James Mason, the well-known American neo-Nazi, is claiming Atomwaffen Division is no more.
It's the biggest bust of the notorious group ever.
He allegedly participated in a swatting campaign targeting politicians, journalists, and a historically black church.
It’s part of an ongoing effort to pressure the government to take the threat of these groups seriously.
Patrik Mathews, an ex-soldier from Canada that disappeared in August, allegedly illegally entered the U.S. with the help of The Base and is now in hiding.
VICE has learned that Richard Tobin, a Base member who was arrested by the FBI in connection to a series of synagogue vandalism, was also an Atomwaffen member.
The Gen-Z meme website is also being used to broadcast propaganda from select neo-Nazi groups such as The Base.
A new propaganda video showcases Atomwaffen’s "intention to enter a new violent phase,” says an expert.
“TFW you’re carrying enough gear and supplies to set the new high score, and wouldn’t want to have to explain that to a cop,” he texted his friends in June.