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Out and In Again; Court Sends Neo-Nazi White Back to Jail

By Rob Waters on September 24, 2009 - 9:01 am, Posted in Neo-Nazi

Neo-Nazi Bill White’s taste of freedom was brief. Last week, as we reported here, a federal judge allowed him to post bond and go to his home in Roanoke, Va., to await his Dec. 9 trial on charges of threatening a newspaper columnist and assorted others over the Internet and by phone. Prosecutors objected, however, and on Wednesday a three-judge panel at the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond granted their stay and ordered White back to jail.

  • Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith

    RE: Rob Water’s 9-24-9 Expose:
    Out and In Again; Court Sends Neo-Nazi White Back to Jail

    It’s amazing how a news story always keeps us ON EDGE until the final punch-line is stated. When I began reading about Neo-Nazi Bill White — first being allowed to go home, I had a gut feeling he would then be up to his ‘old tricks’ again. Then, as I read along, I was happy to read that he was ordered back to jail. 100s of years ago, Criminals in England were sent far away…to Australia…to be forever exiled from where they were committing Crimes. Outer Space — near Jupiter or Saturn — sounds as good as any place where these Hate Mongers can spend the rest of their days. I’m usually a peace-loving person, but there’s only so much People can stand. A dear friend of mine (a single Mom of 2 Kids) told me just yesterday how gangs are recruiting kids as young as 5 years old (in Chicagoland Kindergarten Playlots) and that certain brands of Nike Shoes automatically symbolize a gang-affiliation. To top this off, on Tuesday AM, I flicked on the TV – Channel 20 (WISE TV here in Chicago) and foreign news reports were on. The lead story was about Russian Skinheads and their Trials that was making international news. For Crimes against Civilization to cease (once and for all), much harder Sanctions have to be enforced. Let’s give a Standing Ovation for that 3 judge panel at the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond. They should be applauded for their efforts and I hope this gesture begins to set a precedence in Race Issues.

    Posted on 9-24-9 – 11:24 AM by:
    ASK/Chicago, IL USA
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