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Five alleged affiliates of a neo **** paramilitary group have been arrested on charges they waged a harassment campaign against journalists activists and others including a member of president trump's cabinet Jill Sanborn is the head of the FBI's counterterrorism division we had individuals who were involved in an intimidation campaign to put personalize messages on journalists and members of our Jewish community to intimidate them and potentially act out in violence the charges brought by federal prosecutors in Virginia and Washington state are part of a broader a federal crackdown on white supremacist groups in recent