Far-right extremists have done little to disguise how they crowdfund their activities and legal defenses.
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Many Jan. 6 defendants are seeking to move the locations of their trials to avoid alleged bias among jurors in Washington. Are they likely to succeed?
On June 6, a federal grand jury charged Proud Boys leader Henry “Enrique” Tarrio and four other members of the far-right group with seditious conspiracy in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
There’s been an ongoing “sea change” in the U.S. government’s domestic counter-extremism policy, but also on domestic violent extremist actors, groups, and movements themselves.
Four factors are driving the increasing hybridization of extremist ideologies.
Canada's decision to designate the Proud Boys a terrorist entity could ultimately align the organization with the civil society actors and racialized communities the group so violently decries.