December 27, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

KALISPELL, [MT]-The Whitefish Police Department says it is aware of the white supremacist website "The Daily Stormer" and its call for an "armed march" through the city of Whitefish. Andrew Anglin, who runs "The Daily Stormer," posted on the website on Friday: "We are planning an armed protest in Whitefish. Montana has extremely liberal open carry laws, so my lawyer is telling me we can easily march through the center of the town carrying high-powered rifles." He says the march is "...planned against Jews, Jewish businesses and everyone who supports either." The post also claims, "We will be busing in skinheads from the Bay Area." Anglin says he will gather more than 200 followers for the ma  

December 25, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson Militia Movement

EL PASO, [TX]--His radio crackled. “Can you hear it?” a veteran Army soldier named Tim Foley asked one weekend afternoon while traversing the remote trails off the remote community of Sasabe, a dot along a busy drug-smuggling corridor in southern Arizona. “They’re pushing something through,” he said. “And they’re not too far.” When the housing market collapsed and Foley, 57, lost his construction job and then his home, he moved to Sasabe, on the U.S.-Mexico border, to start his own citizens’ border patrol. Foley prefers to call his group, Arizona Border Recon, a nongovernmental organization, but others label it a militia and scoff at the notion of private individuals, many   

December 21, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

SCRANTON, [PA]--Some residents of Tunkhannock Borough on Friday morning discovered recruitment literature in their front yards for what appears to be a white supremacist group. Borough Police Chief Keith Carpenter said an actor or actors drove around town leaving individual Ziploc baggies partially filled with rice and a flier which suggested people visit a website of the East Coast Knights of the True Invisible Empire. The group is an active Ku Klux Klan organization with chapters in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center’s database on hate groups. The ‘Seasons greetings’ flier has an image of Santa Claus on it with a mioak on his chest. A mioak is a b  

December 21, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson Sovereign Citizen Movement

RIVER FALLS, [MN]--Early morning Wednesday, Dec. 21, the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office carried out orders from the Circuit Court to remove occupants and personal property from a house that was sold two months ago at a Sheriff’s Sale. Enforcement of the “Writ of Assistance” was conducted at 7 a.m. at 1864 Morning Glory Dr. in the city of River Falls with help from River Falls Police and St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office. The address is very close to River Falls High School. The house on Morning Glory Drive was still occupied by the previous owner, Taylor Formanack. Formanack was given formal notice to vacate on Nov. 8 but allegedly refused to leave. Formanack and his family submitt  

December 17, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson Sovereign Citizen Movement

KAILUA-KONA, [HI]--The state’s Intermediate Court of Appeals Tuesday dismissed a Hawaii man’s claim that he is “not subject to the governance” of the state, instead arguing he is a national of the Hawaiian Kingdom. The man, Ronald Dale Cawthon, was appealing a conviction for driving without a valid driver’s license and driving without motor vehicle insurance. In his appeal, Cawthon argued that the District Court of the 3rd Circuit, which covers Hawaii County, lacked jurisdiction to hear the case. Cawthon argued that because there was no “proper transfer of sovereign power” between the Hawaiian Kingdom to the United States, both the kingdom and state of Hawaii operate in the isl  

December 16, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson Sovereign Citizen Movement

HILO, [HI]--A 60-year-old Kalapana Seaview Estates man has been forced to abdicate his castle-like home in the remote lower Puna subdivision to take up residence in a cellblock. A Hilo Circuit judge sentenced John “Castle John” Williams to 10 years in prison for first-degree burglary, third-degree assault and two counts of second-degree terroristic threatening. The home where the offenses occurred, also built and once owned by Williams, is called the “gingerbread house” because it resembles the dwelling in the fairy tale “Hansel and Gretel.” Williams and three other men entered the home Jan. 10, 2015, and threatened the occupants, Joshua Jendro and Anna Johnson, ordering them to   

December 15, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

SPRING, [TX]--Unexpected envelopes on the front porches of homes in the Auburn Lakes neighborhood have unnerved dozens of homeowners. Two different people were seen walking up and down the north Harris County subdivision, dropping off envelopes at each house. The gold colored envelopes say "For You" on the outside. Inside, there is a $10 bill, a note with a "happy holidays" type message and a flash drive. Dozens of neighbors got the exact same envelope within the past 24 hours. Some thought it was just a Christmas gift. Other homeowners who did open the flash drive uploaded screen captures of the files to neighborhood Facebook pages. They appear to show a variety of video files. Other reside  

December 14, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson Militia Movement

PHOENIX, [AZ]--A man affiliated with a militia group was sentenced to five years in prison in a police sting in which he and two others thought they were stealing cocaine from smugglers. Robert Deatherage previously pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense. Authorities say Deatherage and two other men stole drugs from an SUV that authorities had stocked with cocaine as part of the 2015 sting. They say the sting was arranged after one of the other men involved portrayed himself to an undercover officer as a mercenary who had stolen drugs from smugglers. The two other men have already pleaded guilty in the case. One was sentenced to seven years in pri  

December 5, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson Conspiracy Theories

WASHINGTON, [DC]--A North Carolina man was arrested Sunday after he walked into a popular pizza restaurant in Northwest Washington carrying an assault rifle and fired one or more shots, D.C. police said. The man told police he had come to the restaurant to “self-investigate” a false election-related conspiracy theory involving Hillary Clinton that spread online during her presidential campaign. The incident caused panic, with several businesses going into lockdown as police swarmed the neighborhood after receiving the call shortly before 3 p.m. Police said 28-year-old Edgar Maddison Welch, of Salisbury, N.C., walked in the front door of Comet Ping Pong and pointed a firearm in the direct  

December 2, 2016 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

ALBUQUERQUE, [NM]--He had guns, ammo and explosive materials. There was a little luck involved in the arrest of that suspect when a police officer was in the right place at the right time. David Hickman, 28, made his first appearance in federal court Monday morning. Investigators haven’t charged him for any of the other attacks we’ve seen over the past week but they say they are not looking for any other suspects. It was the fire that was set at the Old Navy off I-40 and San Mateo late Friday night that led police to Hickman. The feds say an Albuquerque police officer was up the street and heard a series of small explosions. The officer drove toward Old Navy and saw a car in the parking