White supremacist gang member from Leeds convicted on gun, ammo charges

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A white supremacist gang member from Leeds has been convicted of several firearm and ammunition charges, according to an announcement from U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town.

Christopher McNabb, A.K.A. “Rudy”, was convicted by a federal jury of three firearm and ammunition related charges in a case that was investigated by the ATF.

The announcement stated that he was a “known” member of a white supremacist gang called the Southern Brotherhood. During the trial, evidence showed that he was was in possession of a machine gun, a .223 caliber assault rifle, two .380 caliber pistols as well as ammunition.

There were two days of testimony before U.S. District Judge Karon O. Bowdre. McNabb will be sentenced on Dec. 10 this year and will face up to 10 years in prison. The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Kevin Sanchez and Michael Pillsbury.

“Our prosecutors and law enforcement partners continue to show that they will not leave their fight in the dressing room, and as a result another violent offender has been convicted,” Town commented.

“This is the third trial, and third conviction, in the last three weeks of this type. The public can rest assured that we will continue to bring justice to these defendants. These criminals can rest assured in a federal prison bed.”

 

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