2 Virginia Police Officers Fired for Alleged Ties to White Supremacist Groups

Two Virginia police officers were fired after allegations of involvement with white supremacist groups surfaced.

Virginia Division of Capitol Police announced on Wednesday that officer Robert Stamm was fired after a review of possible violations of state and division policies. Stamm had been on administrative leave since February 6.

Capitol Police spokesperson Joe Macenka told CNN the investigation that ultimately led to Stamm’s termination started after activist group Antifa Seven Hills shared screenshots of Stamm’s social media posts to Twitter, tagging the Capitol Police’s account.

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