The Charlottesville jury has held James Alex Fields Jr. criminally responsible for the death of Heather Heyer and the lives he shattered in 2017.
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Embattled conspiracy theorist and Washington state Republican Rep. Matt Shea has been skirting Washington state law to funnel campaign contributions to far-right nonprofit groups in Colorado and Arizona, a Hatewatch investigation reveals.
Even before neo-Nazi James Alex Fields Jr. was convicted of first-degree murder, no one disputed he drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, during the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in August 2017.
Mulugeta Seraw was standing on a corner in Portland, Oregon, when they spotted him.
A federal judge has rejected neo-Nazi leader Andrew Anglin’s attempt to dismiss an SPLC lawsuit seeking to hold him accountable for orchestrating a campaign of terror against a Jewish woman and her family in Montana.
Thirty years ago this month, a group of racist skinheads savagely beat an Ethiopian college student to death on a street in Portland, Oregon – an attack that sparked an SPLC lawsuit that decimated the neo-Nazi group responsible for the murder.
Chief Judge Dana L. Christensen of the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana ruled today that the First Amendment does not protect Andrew Anglin, the publisher of the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, from liability for his decision to launch an antisemitic “troll storm” directed at Tanya Gersh, a Jewish real estate agent in Whitefish, Montana.
A planned racist gathering at Georgia’s Stone Mountain monument has encountered its first stumbling block after park authorities denied the planners a permit for 2019’s Super Bowl weekend.