FILE - In this Jan. 11, 2018, file photo, Marq Vincent Perez, who is accused of intentionally setting a fire that destroyed a mosque in Victoria, Texas, is escorted from the federal courthouse in Victoria after a pretrial hearing. Prosecutors say Perez, on trial for federal arson and hate crime charges, made plans to create a “rogue unit” to monitor and possibly confront Muslims at the Islamic center. (Evan Lewis/The Victoria Advocate via AP, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 11, 2018, file photo, Marq Vincent Perez, who is accused of intentionally setting a fire that destroyed a mosque in Victoria, Texas, is escorted from the federal courthouse in Victoria after a pretrial hearing. Prosecutors say Perez, on trial for federal arson and hate crime charges, made plans to create a “rogue unit” to monitor and possibly confront Muslims at the Islamic center. (Evan Lewis/The Victoria Advocate via AP, File) Evan Lewis AP
FILE - In this Jan. 11, 2018, file photo, Marq Vincent Perez, who is accused of intentionally setting a fire that destroyed a mosque in Victoria, Texas, is escorted from the federal courthouse in Victoria after a pretrial hearing. Prosecutors say Perez, on trial for federal arson and hate crime charges, made plans to create a “rogue unit” to monitor and possibly confront Muslims at the Islamic center. (Evan Lewis/The Victoria Advocate via AP, File) Evan Lewis AP

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