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Approximately three dozen white nationalist groups in America, who were using the Russian social media service VKontakte (VK), discovered this morning that their pages had been blocked after The Warriors used Russian authorities to shut them down.
The Warriors' affiliate Talkin' Smack has successfully thrown a monkey wrench into the Ku Klux Klan's plans to gather for a funeral in Indiana.
Multiple Ku Klux Klan groups gathered in Tennessee over the weekend to initiate new members and plot a national Night of Terror for May 25, 2021 - the one year anniversary of George Floyd's murder. The event also saw the inclusion of young children, who were allowed to intermingle freely with convicted rapists and child abusers.
In what seemed like an instant, dozens of masked men streamed across Market Street in Philadelphia, waving flags and screaming the slogan “Reclaim America.” The fascist group Patriot Front staged a “flash mob” style march on July 3, just like they had in Nashville, Tennessee, on June 5; in Washington, D.C., following the Capitol insurrection on Jan. 6; and last November across the state in Pittsburgh. These sudden marches are a well-worn alt-right strategy: By showing up suddenly, and without warning, they give any opposition little time to assemble a counteroffensive.
The main organizers behind this are alleged by sources to be a man named Dalton Henry Stout and his father, George Bois Stout, Christian Identity Klansmen with noted track records. A major white supremacist conference is set to take place in September in Longview, Texas, organized by known Ku Klux Klan affiliates.
(CNN)The FBI has infiltrated a "Bible study" group in Virginia that after the January 6 riot had members discussing surveilling the US Capitol and their wish for secession from the US, and investigators closely followed one member's plans to build and test Molotov cocktails, according to recently unsealed court records.
Members of the white supremacist group Patriot Front marched in Philadelphia Saturday night, leading to scuffles with bystanders and, at one point, a quick retreat into rental box trucks.
Facebook is testing prompts that will link users to anti-extremism support and resources if the company believes the user knows someone who could be on the path to extremism, or if the user has been exposed to extremist content themselves, according to a report by CNN Business.
BOSTON (CBS) – Investigators said Sunday additional charges are possible against 11 men who were arrested Saturday after an armed standoff with Massachusetts State Police that shut down Interstate 95 in Wakefield for several hours.
The group of 11 militiamen who ended up in an hours-long standoff with police in Wakefield on Saturday morning espouses a conspiracy-based, anti-government agenda that combines sovereign-citizen beliefs with those of the Moorish Science Temple.
LANGLEY, Washington—On Saturday, about 100 people gathered in a park in this normally sleepy town of about 1,200, some wearing Black Lives Matter shirts, others with peace symbols. Speakers took turns inveighing on fighting racism and standing up for LGBTQ rights, regular causes in the left-wing activist space.
(CNN)A conservative YouTuber who participated in the January 6 riot accompanied Republican members of Congress on a trip to the border Tuesday night, serving as a translator at times.
(Reuters) - A Virginia man awaiting trial on criminal charges stemming from the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol recently procured a pipe bomb and other weapons, a violation of his parole, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday.
More than a dozen arrests in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot were announced or unsealed Wednesday, revealing charges against alleged supporters of extremist right-wing groups including the Oath Keepers, Proud Boys and “boogaloo boys” movement, and individuals accused of attacking the property of news media.
The National Socialist Movement, a neo-Nazi organization, has become the fourth defendant to be sanctioned in a high-profile Unite the Right federal lawsuit. Filed about three months after the deadly rally on behalf of various Charlottesville-area residents, the Sines v. Kessler lawsuit targets various key organizers and participants. The suit accuses the defendants of conspiring to plan racially motivated violence at the rally in August 2017
MUNCIE, Ind. — If there ever really was a March for Medicare for All planned for Muncie in late July, there's not anymore, according to national organizers. An online furor erupted over the weekend over reports that a well-known white nationalist was supposedly slated to be the keynote speaker for a Muncie march and rally in conjunction with others around the country on July 24.
Mark Grods brought firearms to Washington, D.C. in early January but gave them to another individual to store at a Virginia hotel, according to the criminal information that formed the basis of his guilty plea. And on the day of the attack, he rode in a golf cart with others to the scene of the attack. He was also part of the “stack” of Oath Keepers that moved in formation toward the door of the Capitol, according to the information, and he entered the Capitol “with a large stick.”
A local militia member and restaurateur who’s fueled a recall effort aimed at county commissioners in Shasta County, California, now faces misdemeanor battery and disturbing the peace charges over a May 4 confrontation with a local satirist at the victim’s workplace.
In March 2021, Chet Hanks, son of actor Tom Hanks, published a series of social media posts critiquing white men’s attire and behavior, culminating a month later with the release of his song, “White Boy Summer.” A play on Megan Thee Stallion’s 2019 hit song, “Hot Girl Summer,” “White Boy Summer” has taken the internet and meme culture by storm. And while “White Boy Summer” was not initially intended to be hateful, white supremacists have adopted the slogan and leveraged it for their own purposes.
WASHINGTON — A member of the alleged Oath Keepers conspiracy who cut a deal with prosecutors will admit he stashed guns at a Virginia hotel as part of preparations for demonstrations at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A 58-year-old man has been arrested for a hate crime after he allegedly smeared raw bacon on a Muslim family’s home in the Las Vegas valley.
A jury is seated and the trial is underway for Ammon Bundy and Aaron Schmidt in connection with their arrests at the Idaho Statehouse last summer.
The last six months have seen dozens of alleged members of the far-right extremist group charged with actions related to the Jan. 6 insurrection. This was followed by even more marginalization of the group by corporate America. And a late January revelation that the national chairman of the organization was once an informant for law enforcement led some chapters to threaten to splinter off.
TAMPA — A Hillsborough County man is the latest addition to the now more than 500 people who have been arrested on charges related to the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Investigators have found the gunman who killed two people Saturday in Winthrop, Massachusetts, had made "some troubling white supremacist rhetoric" that targeted Black and Jewish people, and both his victims were Black, officials said Sunday.
JACKSON, Miss. -- Never before seen case files, photographs and other records documenting the investigation into the infamous slayings of three civil rights workers in Mississippi are now open to the public for the first time, 57 years after their deaths.
After left-wing media watchdog Right Wing Watch had been informed that its channel had been permanently suspended from YouTube on Monday morning, the online video platform reversed course hours later and reinstated the channel.
The proliferation of digital video has exposed abuses of power that in the past often remained hidden. It has also allowed people to watch shocking footage and make pronouncements about it on social media before knowing all the facts. Last summer, Americans were still reeling from the excruciating sight of a Minneapolis police officer slowly killing George Floyd when another violent encounter unfolded, with seemingly similar clarity.
When FBI agents in San Diego seized the cell phone of a suspected white supremacist last year, they discovered text messages with a Georgia sheriff’s deputy boasting of racial violence and preparations for a civil war.
The Capitol riots were rife with symbols of humanity’s hate-filled past, but perhaps one of the most startling and enduring images was that of a man in a sweatshirt that said “Camp Auschwitz: Work Brings Freedom” — a reference to the eponymous Nazi extermination camp and its infamous motto, “Arbeit Macht Frei.”
The head of the Florida-based firm chosen to conduct an election audit of Arizona's largest county was revealed as "Anon," of QAnon notoriety.
In July 2020, JR Majewski made national headlines after transforming his 19,000-square-foot lawn into a massive Trump re-election banner. When the Air Force veteran from Ohio appeared in a television interview with Fox News, he was wearing a QAnon T-shirt.
After weeks of backlash against his show’s “Spill Your Guts” segment and a petition that is still growing past 46,000 signatures, James Corden said viewers can expect changes the next time that bit is used on “The Late Late Show.”
Former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22 and a half years in prison in the 2020 murder of George Floyd.
Prosecutors had asked for a 30 year sentence, and Chauvin’s attorney asked for probation and time served. Chauvin was convicted in April of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
Canada has added more listings to its terror entities list, this time including the influential neo-Nazi James Mason, the militia the Three Percenters, an ISIS affliate, and the U.K. neo-Nazi group Aryan Strikeforce.
TORONTO -- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday he has urged Pope Francis to come to Canada to apologize for church-run boarding schools where hundreds of unmarked graves have been found, and he said Canadians are “horrified and ashamed” by their government's longtime policy of forcing Indigenous children to attend such schools.
Washington (CNN)The Justice Department announced Thursday that it has charged a US Capitol riot suspect with assaulting a cameraman during the January 6 attack, saying the Illinois man is the first insurrection defendant to be arrested for allegedly harming a member of the media.
Plea deals may be in the works for six people who the federal government says are associated with the Proud Boys and who face criminal charges related to the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
Modesto, CA – A few dozen members of the Proud Boys, a far-right group considered extremist, showed up at a local Modesto City Council meeting showing support for a police officer fired for his shooting of an unarmed man last December and to denounce the city’s police oversight board.
They arrived in a haze of red and blue smoke. Clad in khaki cargo pants, matching dark blue t-shirts, white face masks, and dark sunglasses, members of the white nationalist hate group Patriot Front marched through downtown Nashville on June 5, walking purposefully towards the Tennessee State Capitol.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The young couple posing in front of the faux Eiffel Tower at the Paris hotel in Las Vegas fit right in, two people in a sea of idealistic Democrats who had arrived in the city in February 2020 for a Democratic primary debate.
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department announced Friday that it is suing the state of Georgia over its recently enacted voting restrictions.
In the weeks following the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous children at a former residential school site in Kamloops, British Columbia, Toronto mom Mateja noticed her daughter had covered up a shelf of religious items in her bedroom.
On Dec. 19, President Donald Trump blasted out a tweet to his 88 million followers, inviting supporters to Washington for a “wild” protest.
Earlier that week, one of his senior advisers had released a 36-page report alleging significant evidence of election fraud that could reverse Joe Biden’s victory. “A great report,” Trump wrote. “Statistically impossible to have lost the 2020 Election. Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild!”
Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers recently promoted Arizona Republicans’ sham “audit” of the 2020 election on TruNews, an outlet that warns viewers about the supposed threat of “seditious Jews,” “a Jewish cabal,” and “Jewish tyrants.” The interview was co-hosted by white nationalist and QAnon conspiracy theorist Lauren Witzke.
A man arrested by Seal Beach police after a road rage incident in which authorities allege he fired bear spray into a car with a family inside is a convicted felon arrested earlier this year during a violent altercation involving the Proud Boys.
A Florida man and alleged member of the far-right militia group the Oath Keepers on Wednesday admitted to multiple crimes stemming from the Jan. 6th siege on the U.S. Capitol. He also agreed to cooperate with federal prosecutors as they continue to pursue cases against other alleged members of the mob, the Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
OTTAWA – A Saskatchewan First Nation says it has made the “horrific and shocking discovery” of hundreds of unmarked graves — many believed to be children — near a former residential school, with a total expected to be over three times higher than the 215 discovered recently in Kamloops, B.C., according to a source briefed on the file.
WASHINGTON — A 49-year-old woman from Indiana who came to Washington with her hairdresser friend was put on probation Wednesday in the first sentence stemming from the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
NEW YORK June 23 (Reuters) - A Proud Boys supporter accused of keeping a large weapons cache and making social media threats tied to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol was denied bail on Wednesday, despite evidence of what his lawyer said were signs of chronic kidney disease.
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Frederick man pleaded guilty to a federal charge after he threatened then Vice President Joe Biden, then-Senator Kamala Harris and their supporters during the 2020 presidential campaign.
KENOSHA, Wis. – Daniel Berry said he was searching for camaraderie. The 40-year-old Army veteran yearned to forge the sort of bonds he had in the military: a brotherhood of like-minded men watching one another’s backs, holding one another up, united in a common goal.
Following a months-long investigation into a litany of dubious election fraud claims made by former President Donald Trump and his allies, a GOP-controlled Michigan Senate panel concluded Wednesday not only that the state’s 2020 results are accurate, but that some of those who continue to push such claims should face criminal investigation.
(CNN)The Justice Department released three videos on Monday used in a federal court case against a Capitol riot defendant accused of leading the Proud Boys in the insurrection on January 6.
A massive country music festival in Kentucky this past weekend started off on rocky footing: Police found meth, marijuana, and an open bottle of alcohol in the first vehicle they stopped at a traffic checkpoint. One of the people in the car had two active warrants out for their arrest.
Ammon Bundy has carried a small copy of the U.S. Constitution in his front pocket for the past seven years. He does so to remind himself of what the government is supposed to do to serve the people without abusing its authority, he said.
Police in Newark arrested a man who claimed to be a sovereign citizen of the Al Moroccan Empire — which has been labeled an extremist group — after a homeowner said he locked himself inside her home and declared it his ancestral property.
Internet broadcaster Paul Miller, known for racially charged rants, admitted Tuesday to stockpiling ammunition in his home in Fort Lauderdale.
The four-year military veteran, who recently encouraged his followers to move to Maine to start a white ethnostate, said his comments were showing a hypothetical scenario where 25 shooters could bring the U.S. “to its knees.”
The FBI calls the Oath Keepers an anti-government militia with current and former law enforcement and military members among its members. 60 Minutes profiles the group, which has become a central focus in the ongoing investigation of the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
The Secretary of Homeland Security has issued a new National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin regarding the current heightened threat environment across the United States. The Homeland is facing threats that have evolved significantly and become increasingly complex and volatile in 2021. These threats include those posed by domestic terrorists, individuals and groups engaged in grievance-based violence, and those inspired or influenced by foreign terrorists and other malign foreign influences. Social media and online forums are increasingly exploited by these actors to influence and spread violent extremist narratives and activity. Such threats also are exacerbated by the impacts from the ongoing global pandemic.
Issued: May 14, 2021 02:00 pm
Expires: August 13, 2021 02:00 pm
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