The incident was catalogued in a report accessed by VICE News through a Freedom of Information Act request into the U.S. Marshal fugitive unit which shot and killed an antifascist activist wanted for murder last year.
For years, the man who created much of the modern neo-Nazi propaganda machine was a ghost. VICE News tracked him down to his parents’ home in a suburb in Ottawa, Canada.
The four-year military veteran, who recently encouraged his followers to move to Maine to start a white ethnostate, said his comments were showing a hypothetical scenario where 25 shooters could bring the U.S. “to its knees.”
While the plan includes new tools for federal agencies, including the CIA and FBI, the biggest shift in strategy could be at the local policing level.
“We are white nationalist preppers.”
He even wore a CPD hoodie to the attack on American democracy.
Patrik Mathews, a former Canadian reservist and member of the neo-Nazi group The Base, pleaded guilty to several firearms charges today.
White supremacists used the anniversary in their propaganda efforts, and sold merchandise in an effort to gain momentum for their racist brands.
Mass Shooting Plotter Is Allegedly Sending Prison Letters to Influential Neo-Nazi and Is Calling for Violence
Lindsay Souvannarath, who is currently serving a life sentence for plotting a mass killing at a Halifax mall, is allegedly sending letters and art to well-known neo-Nazi James Mason.
The group's founder, a former Homeland Security employee who is living in Russia, has retaken a leadership position after briefly leaving the organization.
Derrick Bales, a Black veteran who runs a popular military lifestyle brand, maintains he did not participate in any fighting and was at the frontlines to conduct interviews for a coffee table book.