KKK figure sentenced to eight years for firing gun at Virginia rally


A klu. Klux Klan member from. Maryland who pleaded no contest to firing a gun at a white nationalist rally last summer in, Virginia has been sentenced to four years in prison Charlottesville circuit, court records show Richard Preston was sentenced today to eight years with four of those years Suspended prosecutors said Preston fired a handgun once toward the ground while standing on a sidewalk crowded with rally goers. In counter protesters after initially pointing the gun at a black man with an improvised flame thrower no one was struck his charge discharging a firearm within one thousand feet of a school carried a penalty of between two. And, ten years in prison. Preston who has spoken out publicly as an imperial wizard of the

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