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OCTOBER 2, 2021
The Phoenix News Times has reported that, "A man who allegedly was the previous target of a surveillance and assassination plot by a former attorney for the Proud Boys was found murdered in El Mirage, Arizona, last month."
"On September 1, 2021, El Mirage Police Department officers discovered 55-year-old Thomas Christopher Retzlaff dead at his home with unspecified "fatal injuries" after responding to a welfare check requested by his wife, according to agency spokesperson Timothy Mason. The Maricopa County Office of the Medical Examiner later ruled the death a homicide."
"In recent years, Retzlaff had been entangled in a vicious and convoluted legal battle with Jason Van Dyke, a Texas-based attorney who is a former Proud Boys member and once served as the group's lawyer."
Now The Daily Beast has published information quoting Van Dyke denying involvement in Retzlaff's death, while celebrating homicide. "To mark his rival’s death, Van Dyke said, he and a few friends “celebrated with a bottle of Johnnie Walker Green Label. A few days later, Van Dyke said he celebrated again—with someone he said was well-known but whom he declined to identify—with a feast at a Brazilian steakhouse."
There is no official word that Van Dyke is an actual suspect, but with his history it is very likely that he is topping whatever suspect list law enforcement is making.
In 2018, the ex-Proud Boy became highly enraged and began threatening us after we disclosed the membership role and leadership structure of the Oklahoma Proud Boys. (Undoubtedly, that membership base has seen quite a few changes by now.) Van Dyke was still serving as the Proud Boys lawyer at the time and threatened us with lawsuits that were suspiciously synced with a string of death threats we received.
Van Dyke is well-known to have a hit list that includes the editor of this website and its earlier incarnation Hate Trackers. Over the years The Warriors has gathered multiple examples of his threatening lawsuits, assaults, and death against his enemies, some of which are featured in the gallery below.
September 25, 2021
The Aryan Freedom Network's White Unity Conference, a Ku Klux Klan group headed by Pastor George Bois Stout, saw a number of white supremacists gather for a private conference in Longview, Texas on September 25th. This is a periodical event, so not all that newsworthy. However, the National Socialist Movement showed up from all parts of the United States with sixteen members, which is a number they've not mustered since Cmdr. Burt Colucci took the Nazi group over.
Colucci stayed on his best behavior in Texas, likely due to the fact he is being prosecuted in Chandler, Arizona for pointing a loaded handgun at a Black man and threatening to kill him and his friends after an NSM rally in April. Also, the NSM is expected to go to trial later this month for their role in the Unite the Right Rally in August 2017, which led to the death of Heather Heyer. In June, a federal judge sanctioned the NSM for their "repeatedly ignoring court orders, stonewalling the discovery process, and destroying or failing to preserve documents and sources of potentially important information."
The groups that attended the conference were: Anglo Saxon Israel - Pastor Eli James Ministry; White Lives Matter - Texas Division; Keystone Knights KKK - Realm of Oklahoma; National Socialist Movement; and the White Christian Brotherhood.
However, the Keystone Knights of Oklahoma probably failed to mention to the others that they're owned by The Warriors now. As their national group, surrendered to us on September 12th, as detailed below.
Using leverage we gained on Imperial Wizard James Harvey of Florida, The Warriors/Hate Trackers is pleased to announce the total disbanding of the International Keystone Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, based in Georgia with klaverns throughout the South. All ranks and titles within the organization have been vacated, as of today.
We're also now in possession of the complete membership roles of the IKKK.
Incorporation papers for the IKKK will be signed over to The Warriors, so the group cannot be legally revived by anyone else.
Former members will have the opportunity to renounce the Ku Klux Klan and white nationalism or be identified in our near-future report.
More Details To Come
Editor's Note: Our Talkin' Smack satirist Reggie Birtwistle may come off as an unhinged pre-teen boy, but Douglas, the man behind the character, is in fact one of the nation's foremost experts on the Ku Klux Klan. Here he provides a brief glimpse into the seedy, criminal life of a modern klanner.
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.
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
One drop of venom from the mouth of this unstable, mean-spirited 12-year-old boy is capable of downing 100 grown men. Join Reggie Birtwistle, Jazzy, Frankenberry, and more as they put Klanners and Nazis in a verbal stranglehold and cancel them from the internet.
There's nothing quite like Birtwistle's world of Talkin' Smack.
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