Two of the men charged in the plot against Michigan’s governor will wear GPS tethers while they face those charges.
A judge has ruled that Wolverine Watchmen brothers Michael and William Null will continue to be tracked through tethers while out on bond.
Attorney General Dana Nessel made the announcement on Wednesday.
The Null brothers are each charged with providing material support for terrorist activity. It’s a 20-year felony with up to a 20 thousand-dollar fine. They also face a pair of felony firearm charges.