ROME, Ga. — Bond has been denied for two Georgia men who authorities say are linked to a violent white supremacist group known as The Base. 

Floyd County Superior Court Judge Jack Niedrach denied bond for 19-year-old Jacob Kaderli of Dacula and 25-year-old Michael Helterbrand of Dalton, the Rome News-Tribune reported

The two men are charged, along with 22-year-old Luke Lane of Silver Creek, with conspiring to kill members of a militant anti-fascist group and participating in a criminal gang.

An attorney for one of the defendants filed a motion seeking bond late Thursday, but no bond had been set for him yet. 

The FBI says The Base is a collective of hardcore neo-Nazis who have proclaimed war against minority communities within the U.S. and abroad.

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Jacob Kaderli, 19, from Dacula; Luke Lane, 21, from Silver Creek; and Michael Helterbrand, 25, from Dalton, were all arrested and identified by authorities as members of The Base.
Floyd County District Attorney's Office

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