Motherboard found traces of The Base and its propaganda, sitting unnoticed for months, on Google Maps.
A 20-year-old American went from inside a neo-Nazi group's secret chatroom, to traveling to Ukraine looking for war.
The alleged crime shows how the U.S.-based neo-Nazi terror group has an international presence.
The mysterious leader of the group, known by the alias “Norman Spear” has allegedly been identified as Rinaldo Nazzarro. But he has long left digital breadcrumbs suggesting he lives abroad.
“We could essentially be like literally hunting people,” said one alleged member of The Base, according to court documents released Tuesday.
The guys with all the guns got what they wanted.
Eight members were arrested and charged with serious crimes, but The Base leader is not backing down.
“It was all lies. There was no violence,” said Christian Goolsby, 46, who was carrying a rifle.
“Everyone’s looking back at Charlottesville with trepidation about today’s event.”
According to court docs, an undercover officer drove two of the men to the house to help them plan a strategy for the killings.
On January 16, Brian M. Lemley Jr., a suspected member of the neo-Nazi terror cell The Base, was arrested alongside two others. His dating profile is something else.
The governor said there's “credible intelligence” that “armed militia groups plan to storm the Capitol” during Monday's pro-gun rally.