The 322-page file contains a litany of events from John DeLorean’s cocaine bust to an alleged effort by Flynt to blow himself up in front of the Supreme Court.
Justen Watkins, 25, the one-time leader of the Base, is going back to jail for violating his bond conditions while he awaits trial on multiple charges.
The former head of Atomwaffen Division, who went by the alias “Rape,” is headed to prison for 41 months.
In the chat that “discussed militia-type prepping,” he allegedly stated he was “manufacturing and acquiring illegal firearms, explosives, and suppressors.”
Membership in Atomwaffen or its successor group now carries a potential 10-year prison sentence in the U.K.
The Virginia officer was involved in more than 900 cases that resulted in 400 convictions, including seven felonies.
When asked if he thought the department should apologize to Lt. Caron Nazario, Windsor Police Chief Rodney Riddle said: “I don’t believe so.”
At least 34 QAnon followers have been arrested in connection with the Capitol insurrection.
The "Pablo Escobar of Silk Road" wasn't scared of the Dutch police. Then the FBI caught up with him.
A day after Rudy Giuliani aired lurid, unproven allegations about what was on Hunter Biden’s laptop, a special agent contacted Delaware police.
Hundreds of thousands of Facebook users saw Jones' lies about a stolen election, even though Jones himself has been banned from Facebook.
The records viewed by Motherboard provide more insight into how the FBI obtains at least some of its hacking tools, or network investigative techniques.