Mauricio Garcia, the Texas Mexican man who killed eight people, left behind a social media profile filled with white supremacist rhetoric.
The Proud Boys leader and other members were convicted for their roles on Jan 6.
A lieutenant for the Metropolitan Police has been accused of colluding with Proud Boys leader Henry “Enrique” Tarrio before his arrest.
Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio is asking a judge to either reduce his sentence for burning a BLM banner or allow him to finish it under house arrest because he's "deathly afraid that something is going to happen to me."
Enrique "Henry" Tarrio, leader of the Proud Boys, launched a last-ditch effort to avoid jail that backfired before he surrendered to authorities in Washington, D.C., to serve time for burning a Black Lives Matter banner snatched off a Black church.
The Proud Boys should change their name to the Broke Boys, what with its chairman, Enrique Tarrio, reportedly resorting to printing "Black Lives Matter" t-shirts to earn money for his splintering hate group.
The Proud Boys leader reportedly worked as an undercover informant for federal and local law enforcement, following a 2012 arrest.
Washington D.C. city officials have called in the National Guard and will explore mandating a curfew in response to concerns over violent confrontations as white supremacists gather to demonstrate on Jan. 6.
Enrique Tarrio, 36, was released less than 24 hours after he was apprehended while in possession of two firearms.
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