Prosecutors: Men involved in gun conspiracy had white supremacist ties
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina (AP) – Two men previously charged with conspiracy to manufacture and sell illegal firearms also discussed the shooting of protesters after spotting a Black Lives Matter rally and attended training on live firearms where participants displayed Nazi symbols, prosecutors said in unsealed court documents on Friday. The US Department of Justice said Paul James Kryscuk, 35, Liam Montgomery Collins, 21, Jordan Duncan, 26, and Justin Wade Hermanson, 21, had been indicted in a substitute indictment obtained in court. a North Carolina federal court. Hermanson is a current Marine while Collins and Duncan are former Marines previously posted to Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, the department added in its press release.