May 26, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

WEST ASHLEY, [SC]--Charleston police were trying to determine the source of dozens of crude one-page fliers that were distributed in several West Ashley neighborhoods Saturday morning. The flier said “Save Our Land, Join The Klan, Proud Supporters of the KKK,” and went on to list two names and a phone number. Writing on the flier was very shaky. The Post and Courier called the phone number on the flier. A recording said it was a physician’s office at a local cancer care center. Attempts to locate anyone with the names printed on the flier were unsuccessful. A Charleston police spokesman said police were trying to determine the source of the fliers. Anyone with information about t  

May 26, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

NEW BLOOMFIELD, [PA]--Residents getting ready for the Memorial Day parade in their central Pennsylvania town found some unwelcome items on their doorsteps. A group called the Confederate White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan left recruiting letters inside small plastic bags at residences in the tiny borough in Perry County. That's about 20 miles northwest of Harrisburg. The fliers listed a phone number with a Maryland exchange, but a local television station says nobody answered the number when their reporters called. View More>>  

May 25, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

PHOENIX, [AZ]--An Arizona advocacy group has called on the FBI to investigate as hate crimes anonymous letters sent over the holiday weekend to mosques in Phoenix and Tempe. The letters, which were sent to the Islamic Community Centers in Phoenix and Tempe, threatened violence, said Kristy Sabbah, operations coordinator of the Arizona chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-AZ). "It is an example of the recent spike in violent anti-Muslim threats that have been reported in the last several days nationwide," Sabbah said Monday. Such activity increased after a failed shooting attack in Garland, Texas, earlier this month. The letters from people calling themselves "Patriotic   

May 25, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

VAN ZANDT COUNTY, [TX]--The flyers were sealed in plastic bags with rocks and chucked onto people’s lawns or driveways. Neighbors who picked them up say weren’t happy with the message inside. “Keep America American” it reads, urging “honorable native born white Americans”  to defend the country against immigrants. The flyer dropped in front of several nearby homes is signed by a local branch of the Ku Klux Klan. It directs recipients to a post office box in Quinlan, roughly 30 miles east of Dallas and a web address where there’s an application. It requires new members be white, Christian citizens at least 18 years of age with no Jewish ancestry. But the reaction in smal  

May 25, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson Domestic Extremism

TECUMSEH, [NE]--A man who had spent three decades on Nebraska's death row for the 1985 cult killings of two people, including a 5-year-old boy, has died in prison, officials said Monday. Michael Ryan died around 5:45 p.m. Sunday at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institutional in southeast Nebraska, the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services said in a news release Monday. A Tecumseh prison spokeswoman did not have a cause of death but said an autopsy would be performed. Ryan was convicted in the torture and killing of 26-year-old James Thimm at a southeast Nebraska farm near Rulo, where Ryan led a cult, and in the beating death of Luke Stice, the 5-year-old son of a cult member.  

May 23, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

OCALA, [FL]--Acting on a tip about a cache of missiles and a rocket-propelled grenade launcher, Marion County authorities said Monday that they might have thwarted a series of attacks against the Eustis Police Department, a church and a youth camp. Investigators aren't yet certain what crimes might have been prevented by arresting two men and seizing a weapons stockpile from a shed on a 9-acre site in Marion County about 13 miles north of Eustis. Among the items seized were 22 guns, including at least one rifle with a scope, several containers of black powder sheriff's officials said could be used to make explosive devices, two bulletproof vests along with powdered and crack cocaine, prescri  

May 23, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

LEXINGTON, [KY]--Neighbors in a Lexington community spent Sunday morning picking up Ku Klux Klan recruitment flyers from dozens of driveways. Someone left flyers in several neighborhoods off Leestown Road and Georgetown Road in north Lexington. One homeowner realized she and her neighbors had been targeted, so she rallied the family and took action. "We're gonna pick 'em up.  My son, my daughter, my husband, my dog. We are all gonna go out and we're gonna find as many as we can and throw them in the dumpster," said the homeowner. Other neighbors joined in, collecting dozens of KKK recruitment flyers and throwing them all away. "I just don't think it's right at all. I think it's over the   

May 22, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson Threat to President

MANSFIELD, [OH]--Mansfield police and the U.S. Secret Service arrested a man Friday after he made threats against President Barack Obama. Mansfield police said that they and Secret Service agents went to the West Village Apartments at 792 West Street to speak with a man who had made threats to kill the President. The man refused to come out of his apartment and refused to cooperate with the officers and agents. Police summoned a SWAT team and negotiator and the man eventually came out of his apartment on his own and surrendered. Officers saw some items in the apartment which “were cause for concern,” according to a Mansfield police news release, and so a state hazardous materials team ch  

May 22, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

CHILLICOTHE, [IL]--A man who told police he was a member of the Ku Klux Klan and Aryan Brotherhood white supremacy groups faces attempted murder charges after allegedly shooting at his wife and children. Chillicothe police and Peoria County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded about 10 p.m. May 11 to a call of shots fired at 5519 E. Truitt Road, finding a 42-year-old woman and two children at a nearby residence. The Jeep they drove had a bullet hole in a rear panel, according to a report on the incident. Misty L. Tankersley said her husband had shot at her while she fled the house with the children following an argument. Deputies arrested James R. Tankersley Sr., 35, at the Truitt Roa  

May 21, 2015 Posted by Daryl Johnson Sovereign Citizen Movement

SILVER CITY, [NM]--A former resident of Madison, Wisconsin, was described as a strange individual with narcissistic interested by a U.S. judge before he was sentenced to 6 1/2 years in federal prison for a plethora of tax-related charges that include impeding Internal Revenue Service agents who were investigating him. Scott Bodley, 58, of Silver City, New Mexico, was sentenced after he was convicted during a three-day trial in February of 26 charges that included filing false money orders and tax returns with the IRS, income tax evasion and attempting to impede and obstruct the administration of federal tax laws. At his trail, where Bodley represented himself, prosecutors said that Bodley co