May 5, 2012 Posted by Daryl Johnson Threat to President

CHICAGO, [IL]—A series of threatening, expletive-filled and confusing voice mail messages led to a northwest Indiana man being charged earlier this week with retaliating against a federal official by threat and threatening the president of the United States. The U.S. Attorney’s office in Hammond announced the charges earlier this week against Jimmie Ray, 32, of Hobart, Ind., but the probable cause affidavit was not made available until Friday. Ray, who was arrested on April 27, has been ordered to be held and evaluated to see whether he is competent to take part in his defense. Ray reportedly left six messages at the FBI office in Merrillville, starting on April 25. View More>&g  

May 5, 2012 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

PHOENIX, [AZ]—The neo-Nazi founder of an anti-immigrant border militia was already the subject of an FBI domestic terrorism probe before he went on a shooting rampage and killed four people. Federal agents seized numerous computers and munitions from the Phoenix valley home where white supremacist Jason Todd "J.T." Ready is believed to have killed his girlfriend and three others on Wednesday following a domestic dispute, before shooting himself. The FBI's domestic-terrorism investigation dated to when Ready was a member of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement and continued into his activities with the U.S. Border Guard border-vigilante group. The probe was based on tips of crimi