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Washington calls in National Guard over fears of pro-Trump violence – Sydney Morning Herald

The leader of the extremist group the Proud Boys was arrested on his arrival in the capitol and charged with destroying property at a Black Lives Matter rally.

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Police stopped a vehicle Tarrio had been in shortly after it entered the District, said Dustin Sternbeck, a DC police spokesman. He said it is believed that Tarrio, who lives in Miami, was coming into the District from the airport.
Sternbeck said Tarrio is charged with one misdemeanour count of destruction of property in connection with the December 12 burning of a banner stolen from Asbury United Methodist Church.
Lawyers for the church also filed a lawsuit against Tarrio and the Proud Boys over…

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