Tarrio also says he has no plans of leaving the far-right street-fighting group.
A judge sentenced Enrique Tarrio to 155 days for destroying a Black Lives Matter sign belonging to a historically Black church and possessing a pair of high-capacity rifle-magazines.
VICE News has tracked at least 20 public appearances by the group since January 6, with an alarming upswing in activity over the last few weeks
Tarrio is in a legal fight with a Black church in Washington, D.C., over the destruction of a Black Lives Matter sign.
The Proud Boys Went Incognito During the Insurrection to Inspire ‘Normies’ to ‘Smash Some Pigs to Dust,’ Prosecutors Say
New filings from federal prosecutors offer compelling evidence that members of the far-right street-fighting gang played an instrumental role in fueling the deadly insurrection.
The violent street-fighting group, whose self-described "chairman" was just arrested, is gearing up for the "Stop the Steal" protests in D.C. on Wednesday.
Several members and a recruit to the neo-Nazi terror group the Base described the Proud Boys as part of the journey into far-right extremism.
He was wearing a "Roger Stone Did Nothing Wrong" T-shirt.