Published Nov 15, 2018 at 6:03 PM | Updated at 6:05 PM EST on Nov 15, 2018
Body armor, hollow point bullets, a Nazi flag and a sketch of a person aiming a rifle at a Jewish man were among the items found at the Washington D.C. home of a suspected white nationalist who faces federal firearms charges.
Jeffrey Clark Jr. is charged with illegal possession of high-capacity firearms magazines and unlawful guns.
According to an FBI affidavit, Clark admitted he was a member of white nationalist groups and told investigators he had contact with the Pittsburgh Tree of Life synagogue shooter on social media, praising him as a hero. Clark also allegedly discussed killing people of the Jewish faith, as well as African Americans. Clark's family took his guns and reported him to the authorities, according to the FBI.