October 20, 2020
General News

‘Crying Nazi’ Christopher Cantwell found guilty of extortion in rape threat case – NBC News

Christopher Cantwell, known for his involvement in the violent “Unite the Right” 2017 rally in Virginia, was found guilty Monday in a case related to a rape threat and extortion using the online messaging app Telegram.
Cantwell, 39, was convicted of one count of transmitting extortionate communications and one count of threatening to injure property or reputation, according to the U.S. Attorneys Office for the District of New Hampshire. The jury found him not guilty of a cyberstalking count.

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