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South Carolina white supremacist sentenced to three years on gun charge


An avowed white supremacist and supporter of the gunman behind the massacre at an African-American church in South Carolina in 2015 was sentenced to nearly three years in prison on Wednesday for illegally buying a gun from an undercover FBI agent. (Reuters US News) More More

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