A Newport Beach man accused of killing his high school friend may have trained with a notorious Neo-Nazi group. A new report released by the investigative news website ProPublica says Samuel Woodward traveled to Texas to attend a three-day training camp with the group called Atomwaffen.
The group has been linked to several murders and bomb threats recently, and is known for wanting to take down the American government with a series of terror attacks. Woodward is facing murder charges for stabbing 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein to death and then hiding his body in a shallow grave.
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