BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) _ A Connecticut jury has heard closing arguments in the trial of two reputed white supremacists and a black associate charged in an alleged plot to sell grenades and guns.

The jury in U.S. District Court in Bridgeport is expected to begin deliberations Tuesday in the case of Kenneth Zrallack of Ansonia, Alexander DeFelice of Milford and David Sutton of Milford. The Connecticut Post reports that closing arguments were made Monday.

Prosecutors said the suspects played roles in a plot to sell three grenades and firearms to a national white supremacist group member, who was really a government informant.

Authorities say Zrallack is the leader of the Connecticut-based Battalion 14 white supremacist group and DeFelice is a group member. They say Sutton is an acquaintance of DeFelice. All three pleaded not guilty.
Information from: Connecticut Post,

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