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Dylann Roof -- baptized into the world of hate through the Internet -- was sentenced on Tuesday to be executed for his murderous gun rampage that killed nine people in 2015 at a historic African-American church in Charleston.
Ann Coulter, an infamous far-right attack dog who has spent years attacking the left, was at the Christmas party of a racist anti-immigration group earlier this month — the second such event she has attended since September.
Dylann Roof’s plan was simple. The 21-year-old wanted to start a race war, following the same demented path as infamous white supremacists before him.
Reporting on organized white supremacy comes with a myriad of challenges. We confront those challenges on Hatewatch daily with varying degrees of frustration and success. And we have watched with sympathy –– and, yes, at times frustration –– as reporters and editors have grappled with white supremacy rebranded as the “Alt-Right.”
Dylann Storm Roof, indoctrinated in online hate and racism, was convicted today in Charleston, S.C., of a murderous gun rampage in 2015 that left nine people dead at a historic African-American church. The racially motivated killing spree jarred the nation.
Riding the wave of attention following the annual conference of the white nationalist National Policy Institute (NPI), and the spike of media attention towards the white supremacist subculture termed the ‘alt-right’, its founder, Richard Spencer, appeared last night at Texas A&M to further spread his racist ideology.
The white nationalist H.L. Mencken Club gathers tonight for its ninth annual conference.
Longtime white supremacist Ronald “Dozer” Pulcher II, of Galeton, Penn., was arrested October 29 and charged with multiple felonies after a search of a home he resides in revealed marijuana plants and firearms.