4 California Men Charged With Rioting At Last Year's Rally In Charlottesville, Va.

The men are said to be linked to a militant white supremacist street-fighting club based in Southern California. "They were essentially serial rioters," said U.S. Attorney Thomas Cullen.
White supremacists march through Charlottesville, Va., the night before the "Unite the Right" rally in August 2017. Federal agents have arrested four men on riot charges connected to the rally. Source: NurPhoto

Four men connected to a white supremacist group based in California have been arrested and charged with rioting at last year's Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va.

The United States Attorney Office today that Benjamin Drake Daley, 25, Thomas Walter Gillen, 34,

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