Department of Justice

Neo-Nazi Sentenced in Intimidation Plot Against Journalists

Johnny Roman Garza, a member of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen, received a 16-month prison sentence for his role in a plot to threaten and intimidate journalists and advocates who work to expose anti-Semitism, Justice Department officials announced on Wednesday.

FBI Special Agent in Charge Raymond Duda announces the arrest of a group of neo-nazis allegedly engaged "swatting" and other attempts at intimidating and threatening journalists. (AP Photo: Ted S. Warren)

Chinese State Media Call TikTok Deal ‘Highway Robbery’

Last week, Chinese Communist state media were hailing a prospective deal between Chinese company ByteDance, Oracle, and Walmart for control of the TikTok social media platform as a huge win for ByteDance and China, and a crushing defeat for President Donald Trump — The terms of the deal, however, changed a little over the ensuing week, prompting Chinese media to denounce it as “highway robbery” on Friday.

President Donald Trump gave TikTok six weeks to sell its US operations