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A man claiming to be a founding member of the violent neo-Nazi Vinlanders Social Club has been convicted in Florida in a case that grew out of an unsolved crossbow murder in New Mexico in 2015.
A large Alt-Right gathering of assorted extremists — called “Unite the Right” — shows signs of being anything but a unity hug in the days leading to the August 12 rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A fugitive with a Nazi swastika tattoo was captured early today after an intense six-day manhunt in a popular national forest area in western North Carolina.
Over the weekend, the country’s largest neo-Nazi group announced plans to attend an alt-right rally next month in Charlottesville, Virginia, which is expected to draw thousands of extremists.
Andrew Auernheimer, the notorious hacker and Internet troll known as ‘Weev,’ rallied the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer’s troll army for its latest campaign this morning, claiming that CNN was blackmailing a “teen shitposter.”
In extremist circles, there appears to be a bump of interest in Timothy James McVeigh.
When Brandon Russell was arrested by Monroe County, Florida sheriff’s deputies in the parking lot of a Burger King in Key Largo last month, authorities appear to have uncovered evidence that they potentially halted a violent altercation with domestic extremists, perhaps even a tragedy stemming from an impending terror attack.
A neo-Nazi who boasted he was “doing my race a favor” by killing an openly gay college instructor has been convicted of first-degree murder by a North Carolina jury.