Rinaldo Nazzaro, founder of Nazi terror group the Base, is attempting to once again set up a paramilitary training network across the U.S.
The military is already investigating the role service members played in the Capitol insurrection. Now, neo-Nazis are trying to recruit them.
Following the attack on the U.S. Capitol, the Canadian government described the group as violent “white supremacists”. But experts say expanding the war on terror could hurt BIPOC groups.
The government says the group is advancing "misogynistic, white supremacist beliefs."
Georgia native Nicholas Tindall is charged with lying about discussing terrorist plots against U.S. water and electric facilities.
The second and final episode in our podcast series on the inside story of a Nazi terror group.
Utilizing chat records and phone calls, Motherboard gained unprecedented access to the Base as they dealt with the FBI arresting seven members earlier this year.
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.
Secret recordings show Patrik Mathews snuck into the U.S. and hid for months, during which time he wanted members of the Base to take advantage of all he had to offer.