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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.