Patrik Mathews — a former Manitoba army reservist and an alleged recruiter for a neo-Nazi group — has changed his plea to guilty in a number of different charges in the U.S. states of Maryland and Delaware.
The 28-year-old appeared before U.S. District Judge Theodore Chuang on Thursday to enter his plea as part of an agreement, and his attorney detailed his work with the white supremacist group The Base and his alleged crimes.
Chuang asked, “Did you do the things the government said you did?” Mathews hesitated, then responded, “Yes, your honour.”
Mathews quietly uttered “guilty” when asked how he pleaded to the charges of possessing a firearm while in
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