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Long before he made a name for himself as a neo-Nazi leader, Redfeairn had built an extensive criminal record that included the near-fatal shooting of an Ohio police officer in 1979. By 1992, he was the Ohio state leader for the Aryan Nations, a post he held for six years. He was also a minister in...
In His Own Words "Jewish influence — in the media, business, high finance, and government — has also created a domestic policy that has weakened the racial integrity of White Britain and White America through unchecked non-white immigration — not just through Mexico, but also through our airports...
He had his own cable TV hate program in the 1990s and has led several racist protests over the years in his hometown of Richmond, Va. A long-time and dedicated admirer of former Klansman David Duke, Doggett heads the Virginia chapter of the European American Unity and Rights Organization (EURO), a...
Since pleading guilty to unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in 1992, Mullet has found himself in prison several times. He joined Thom Robb's Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in 1995 and later became involved with the Aryan Nations, a dangerous Christian Identity group with neo-Nazi leanings. After...
Through an organization he co-founded, the 11th Hour Remnant Messenger. Repeated drunk driving arrests in the late 1990s eventually resulted in a lengthy prison sentence for Bertollini, at least temporarily ending his propagandizing. Criminal History In 1998, Bertollini was convicted twice in Idaho...
By then a non-citizen resident of Canada (he moved there in 1958), Zundel's repeated attempts at gaining citizenship in Canada were denied as he was decried by both the Canadian and German governments for his incitement of racial hatred. After several Canadian court battles over the contents of the...
Butler's 20-acre compound served for decades as a haven for ex-convicts, racist skinheads and various other anti-Semites and professional racists, many of whom committed major crimes. Until 2000, Butler, a leading patriarch of the American neo-Nazi movement, remained unscathed by the crimes of...
A member of the terrorist group The Order, which was responsible for the 1984 assassination of Jewish radio host Alan Berg and many other crimes, Lane became even more of a movement icon after penning what rapidly became the best-known slogan of the U.S. white supremacist movement, the so-called "...
He is the president and founder of American Border Patrol and is best known for his effort to establish a "shadow Border Patrol" by using citizen patrols and various sensors and surveillance equipment to track the movement of migrants crossing the Mexico-Arizona border. In His Own Words "Every...
But for a while, there was a problem — Gulett had a hard time wearing his Aryan Nations uniform while in jail garb. And as Gulett was cooling his heels in federal prison following Butler’s 2004 death, others — ranging from August Kreis III to Gerald O’Brien and Paul Mullet — stepped forward to...

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