White nationalist pleads guilty in connection with violence at OC rally

ByABC7.com staff via KABC logo
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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Tyler Laube, one of four white nationalists accused of inciting political violence at rallies in California and across the country, has entered a guilty plea to conspiracy in federal court.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- One of four men accused of inciting violence at political rallies as part of a militant white supremacist group has pleaded guilty.

Tyler Laube changed his plea in federal court on Tuesday.

Laube pleaded guilty to conspiracy for inciting violence at a political rally in Orange County.

He and three other men are linked to violence at multiple rallies including Charlottesville, Virginia.

They are members of a group called Rise Above Movement.

Laube will be sentenced on March 25.