May 12, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

UNITED STATES, [US]--A six-week nationwide operation targeting gang members and others with ties to their criminal activity led to the arrest of 55 people in Arizona, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Thursday. The operation began on March 26 and ended May 6 with a total of 1,378 arrests made nationally, for crimes including drug trafficking, weapon smuggling, human smuggling, sex trafficking, murder and racketeering, the agency said in a statement. Those numbers represent the "largest gang surge" conducted by ICE's Homeland Security Investigations to date, according ICE. Arizona arrests included 48 U.S. citizens and seven foreign nationals. Among them were 16 gang members and se  

May 12, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

WEST DEER, [PA]--A self-proclaimed white supremacist and his girlfriend are accused of beating and robbing a dark-skinned Hispanic man in a West Deer township house. Police claim George Palmer and his girlfriend, Hope Anna Gorham, both 32, of Oak Street, Russellton, met the 28-year-old Penn Hills man inside a bar along Fifth Avenue in New Kensington, Tuesday night. Gorham is accused of luring the man to the Oak street house she shares with Palmer by inviting the man to party with her and drink beer. Police Chief Jon Lape said Gorham arranged for other people to drive the alleged victim to the house. When he got there, the man didn't like what he saw. The alleged victim told police he saw fou  

May 12, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

SPOKANE, [WA]--The Spokane County Courthouse annex was evacuated just before noon Friday due to a suspicious substance found in an envelope. By early afternoon the white powdery substance had been determined to be inert. The powder appeared to be a writing correction fluid. A court clerk processing mail opened the letter and a white powder came out of the envelope. The building was evacuated and the Spokane Fire Department responded to the scene. Several firefighters donned hazardous materials suits a short time after their arrival and headed inside the building to investigate the substance. Four employees were isolated after the evacuation but never developed any symptoms. The Spokane Cou  

May 12, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

NOME, [ND]--A white supremacist who bought an old church in Nome, North Dakota only to see it destroyed by an intentionally set fire says he's sold back the property. Craig Cobb asys he's taken back the $8,000 he paid for the church and given the property back to the previous owner. He's also rescinding a reward he previously offered for information about who set the building on fire in March. Authorities have said the fire was arson. There have been no arrests. Cobb is serving four years of probation for terrorizing residents of Leith in 2013. He lives in Sherwood. View More>>