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Michael Hill’s desire to build his unruly neo-Confederate League of the South (LOS) into a well-organized fighting group is best exemplified by Hill’s chief of staff, Michael Tubbs, and the Florida chapter. A disgraced Green Beret, Tubbs has used his position as chairman of the Florida League of the South (FLOS), to shape the FLOS into a well-organized, uniform group that might serve as an example to other League chapters.
Prior to last year’s League of the South (LOS) National Conference, Hatewatch profiled leaders of the neo-Confederate LOS, including president Michael Hill, chief of staff Michael Tubbs and various other affiliates and supporters of the organization, including chief of security/intel John Mark “Tiny” Malone.
A series of scandals in the Nationalist Front — and a long-running and well-documented hypocritical streak on the part of leadership in the neo-Confederate League of the South (LOS) — has revealed a willingness on the part of president Michael Hill to look the other way when both allies and his own troops fail to meet his supposed moral standards.
Federal prosecutors are saying overtly for the first time that the man charged with killing 11 people at the Tree of Life Synagogue did so because he’s antisemitic and his intended victims were Jewish.
April 21 is a day remembered for a number of momentous events— the anniversaries of the founding of Rome, the premier of “Walker, Texas Ranger” and the death of Prince — but thankfully the pathetic neo-Nazi rally in Newnan, Georgia will have no place in our collective consciousness.
An old and seemingly familiar face has started making his way back into the white supremacist scene.
An active duty U.S. Coast Guard officer stationed at the service’s Washington, D.C., headquarters sought to follow in the footsteps of a far-right European terrorist, a federal prosecutor said, and had a hit list of Democratic politicians and cable news hosts he wanted to kill.