Hatewatch Headlines 3/29/2018

ICE won’t deport the last Nazi war criminal; Trans ban points to close ties to hate groups; Prager’s lawsuit over YouTube videos loses; and more.

Daily Beast: ICE won’t deport the last Nazi war criminal in America.

Media Matters: The trans military ban is yet another example of the White House’s cozy relationship with hate groups.

Reuters: Judge sides with Google in PragerU’s lawsuit against YouTube for removing far-right videos.

Vox: Sam Harris, Charles Murray, and the false allure of ‘race science.’

Guardian: Half-century of U.S. civil-rights gains have stalled or reversed, study finds.

Cavalier Daily (Charlottesville, VA): League of the South’s decree with city specifies it can’t return in armed groups.

Salon: Sympathy for the devil: White privilege and the Austin bomber.

Newsweek: White supremacists are investing in a crytpocurrency that promises to be untraceable.

The Outline: Alt-right recruiters have begun targeting the vulnerable communities of depressed people.

Associated Press: Lawsuit says Mississippi ‘harsh’ in denying ex-con his voting rights.

Raw Story: Activist fighting to get Confederacy out of Mississippi state flag won’t back down after KKK threats.

Right Wing Watch: ACT! for America keeps raising money off Pompeo and its White House connections.

Pacific Standard: My brother, the notorious white nationalist.