Weapons were seized by RCMP from Beausejour home of Mathews, who is now serving 9-year prison sentence in U.S.A Manitoba judge has formally approved the forfeiture of weapons seized from former army reservist Patrik Mathews when his Beausejour home was raided by police four years ago. Mathews is currently serving a nine-year federal prison sentence in the U.S. for charges related to what the FBI has described as a neo-Nazi plot to instigate a race war in that country.  Prosecutors had successfully argued for a “terrorism enhancement” in his case, meaning the judge agreed they were promoting a federal crime of terrorism, though Mathews and his co-accused, Brian Lemley Jr., were not charged with terrorism. RCMP officers executed a search warrant at Mathew’s home in Beausejour, about 50 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg, on Aug. 19, 2019 — days after he was publicly identified through a Winnipeg Free Press report as a recruiter for The Base, a neo-Nazi group.

via cbc: Neo-Nazi group member Patrik Mathews won’t get weapons seized in 2019 raid back: Manitoba judge