Leader of white supremacy group charged in Michigan crackdown

DETROIT — The leader of a national white supremacist group who ran a ‘hate camp’ in Michigan and one of his cohorts were charged Thursday with multiple crimes, as extremist groups continue to land on the FBI’s radar across the country. 

The latest suspects were arrested at their homes at 6 a.m. Thursday for their alleged roles in a December 2019 incident — when police said a husband, wife and their infant child were terrorized by two white supremacists who showed up on their porch in the middle of the night and took photos of their house, thinking someone else lived there.

The suspects, police said, were targeting a podcaster who is critical of the neo-Nazi movement and has expressed concern about the rise in white supremacy in the United States.

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