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The police seized weapons, including a military-style assault rifles, and the regional leader of a violent neo-Nazi group earlier this month in Arlington, Washington.
Court records show that the officers of the United and the Seattle police department seized five assault rifles, three pistols, and other gun parts, to a house on Jordan Trails Road, Arlington, after an order by a Seattle court.
They say that the weapons belonged to Caleb Cole, the 24-year-old suspected leader of the Atomwaffen Division of the State of Washington, from whom the name of the 62-page “Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) earlier this month, according to King 5 News.
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Cole was not charged with any crimes at the time.
The ERPO filed, it is the first time that the FBI has sought, in the state of Washington. The contract is for him to be in possession of a firearm remains in force for one year, according to the outlet.
Atomwaffen, what does the “atomic weapon” in German, is an extremist group that hopes to lead to a race war through the murders and acts of violence. They have said to be the inspiration of Adolf Hitler, and Charles Manson–and the members are charged in five murders in the U.S.
“We, in fact, I’m convinced, that’s going to be a bloodbath,” Seattle city Attorney Pete Holmes told the outlet.
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Cole had allegedly taken part in firearms training, and recruitment on a “fighting camp,” in which the members of the military exercises is to wear the skull masks to hide their faces. In the video, the members were heard chanting, “race war now,” according to the New York Times.
“This is not a hate-filled human being, but that, unfortunately, is in the possession of a large number of weapons,” Holmes told King 5 News.
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The seizure is part of a wider crackdown on the neo-Nazi group. The group has been linked to a variety of hate crimes in the United States, including murders, and bomb threats. Authorities have targeted leaders of the Virginia Atomwaffen Division, with the gun-related charges earlier this month.
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Last year, federal officials have stopped Cole at Chicago’s O’hare International Airport is the Airport for questioning, but not charged him with any crimes.