Hatewatch Headlines 4/19/2017

Hate crimes’ devastating effects on its victims can be lasting; Global far-right alliance is forming; Alex Jones insists he’s still the real deal, not a fake; and more.

New York Times: In the aftermath of hate crimes, depression and fear can leave victims devastated.

History News Network: We are witnessing the first worldwide alliance of far-right nationalist movements.

Media Matters: CBS Evening News highlights Trump’s ‘embrace’ of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

Mother Jones: Behind the front lines with the far-right agitators who invaded Berkeley.

Right Wing Watch: Despite attorney’s filing, Jones insists he’s not fake: ‘I am completely real and everybody knows it.’

Huffington Post: Rep. Steve King toasts Border Patrol after it oversees deportation of DREAM student.

Crooks and Liars: In exchange on Fox News, Jesse Watters and Herman Cain share a laugh about killing Mexican immigrants.

Raw Story: MSNBC bizarrely broadcasts live immigrant ‘roundup’ with ICE to capture unsuspecting man when he steps out of home.

KVUE-TV (Austin, TX): Austin man linked to sovereign citizen movement arrested for planning mass shooting.

News-Sentinel (Knoxville, TN): Oak Ridge sovereign citizen on trial for filing false liens, forgery wrote manifesto outlining beliefs.

News4Jax (Jacksonville, FL): Jacksonville woman with sovereign citizen background indicted on counterfeit-check charges.

NewsOK.com (Oklahoma City): Logan County deputy dies after being shot by man with alleged Aryan Brotherhood ties.

Los Angeles Times: Hate crime suspected after black man randomly shoots, kills three white men in Fresno.

Think Progress: Republican congressman conflates birtherism with calls for Trump’s tax return.

Lake News Online (Camdenton, MO): Missouri militia insists it isn’t anti-government or radical, but just focused on preserving gun rights.

Miami Herald (FL): Miami state senator curses at black fellow lawmakers, refers to fellow Republicans as ‘niggas.’

KYTX-TV (Tyler, TX): Racist American Vanguard fliers show up on two East Texas college campuses.

Salon: Timothy McVeigh, my dad and me: How the Oklahoma City trial came home with us.