Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin Was Ordered to Pay $14 Million to a Jewish Woman He Harassed. He's Still Sharing Hate Online.
A federal judge ordered Anglin to pay $14 million
Neo-Nazi Who Unleashed a “Troll Storm” on a Jewish Woman May Have to Pay Her $14M
The lawsuit against Andrew Anglin, founder of the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, alleged Gersh and her 12-year-old son were terrorized by the harassment.
White supremacist who trolled black female student body president now has to publicly advocate against hate for 2 years
He also has to make a video apology that she can release for educational purposes
Does Unleashing a Neo-Nazi 'Troll Army' Count as Free Speech?
Andrew Anglin's lawyers are arguing the notorious white supremacist didn't break the law when he ordered his followers to harass a Jewish realtor.
Where's the Nazi? Judge orders Andrew Anglin to come out of hiding
Neo-Nazi says he's moved to Cambodia, but a judge isn't buying it.
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This guy is trying to hunt down one of the most notorious Neo-Nazis
Andrew Anglin, founder of the Daily Stormer, is one of the world’s most notorious neo Nazis, and he's being sued for launching a "troll storm". But the case could be dismissed, because Anglin is nowhere to be found.
Twitter just suspended accounts linked to the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer
The Daily Stormer Is Getting Sued for Fabricating a Comedian’s Tweets
Dean Obeidallah, a radio host, comedian, and Daily Beast contributor, is suing the neo-Nazi site for framing him as the perpetrator of the Manchester bombing.
Neo-nazi site The Daily Stormer moves to the dark web, but promises a comeback
The Daily Stormer has moved to the deep net, after being booted by Google and GoDaddy. But they’re trying to get back onto the open internet.
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White Nationalists Are About to Descend on Virginia
The Unite the Right rally is hitting Charlottesville this weekend. How many trolls will show up IRL?
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Neo-Nazi to Troll Army: 'We Have to Be Sexy' at the Big Alt-Right Rally
In preparation for the Unite the Right rally, a prominent white supremacist is telling his followers how to dress.
A woman's lawsuit against a neo-Nazi's "troll storm" could change how to fight back against online harassment