Former Manitoba reservist, 2 other alleged members of neo-Nazi group indicted by U.S. grand juries - 2020-01-29

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F182.png Former Manitoba reservist, 2 other alleged members of neo-Nazi group indicted by U.S. grand juries January 29, 2020, CBC News

Ex-Canadian reservist Patrik Mathews faces up to a maximum of 60 years in U.S. prison if convicted, after he and two other members of The Base, a violent neo-Nazi paramilitary group, were indicted by federal grand juries in Maryland and Delaware this week.

Mathews, 27, who is originally from Beausejour, Man., was arrested in Delaware earlier this month after he fled the country when he was outed as an alleged recruiter for The Base in August.

Alleged Base members Brian Mark Lemley Jr., 33, and William Garfield Bilbrough IV, 19, were arrested this month in Maryland.

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{{cite news | title = Former Manitoba reservist, 2 other alleged members of neo-Nazi group indicted by U.S. grand juries | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/patrik-mathews-united-states-prison-federal-indictment-1.5443992 | work = CBC News | date = January 29, 2020 | accessdate = January 29, 2020 }}