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This image taken from a Sept. 14, 2019, video and released in a U.S. Attorney detention memorandum, shows Brian Mark Lemley Jr, driving, and Patrik Mathews, passenger seat, passing through a toll booth near Norfolk, Virginia, en route to Georgia. Federal prosecutors in Maryland, on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021, are recommending 25-year prison sentences for Lemley Jr, and Mathews, two neo-Nazi group members who were arrested by the FBI ahead of a gun rights rally at Virginia's Capitol. (U.S. Attorney via AP)
This image taken from a Sept. 14, 2019, video and released in a U.S. Attorney detention memorandum, shows Brian Mark Lemley Jr, driving, and Patrik Mathews, passenger seat, passing through a toll booth near Norfolk, Virginia, en route to Georgia. Federal prosecutors in Maryland, on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021, are recommending 25-year prison sentences for Lemley Jr, and Mathews, two neo-Nazi group members who were arrested by the FBI ahead of a gun rights rally at Virginia's Capitol. (U.S. Attorney via AP)

2 neo-Nazi group members sentenced in Maryland to 9 years in prison (access required)

Two neo-Nazi group members were sentenced in Maryland to nine years in prison each in a case that highlighted a broader federal crackdown on far-right extremists.