August 29, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

BROWARD COUNTY, [FL]--Adrian Apodaca, the self-described white supremacist accused of traveling from Broward County to Georgia to kill a drug dealer who had outstanding debts, was convicted Tuesday of multiple charges related to the murder plot. Jurors took three hours to reach their decision, siding with prosecutors who said Apodaca was enthusiastic about killing for a group of South Florida white nationalists, and rejecting the defense argument that he was the victim of an elaborate entrapment scheme. Apodaca, 45, faces a maximum term of life in prison when he is sentenced Dec. 8. Prosecutor Lawrence LaVecchio outlined the case against Apodaca for the jury Tuesday morning, reminding them o  

August 29, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

PUYALLUP, [WA]--A teenager from Puyallup was arrested Monday afternoon in connection with the killing of a Spokane cab driver in North Idaho. Bonner County sheriff’s deputies have identified Jacob Coleman, 19, as the only suspect in a bizarre series of events that led to the young cab driver, identified by deputies as Gagandeep Singh, 22, being stabbed to death in the small town of Kootenai, Idaho. Coleman has been arrested and is facing charges of first-degree murder. According to information Coleman told deputies, the 19-year-old flew from Seattle to Spokane with the intention of starting a new semester at Gonzaga University but was denied entry. Pete Tormey, associate director of commun  

August 29, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Militia Movement

MT. PLEASANT, [MI]--Former officers and members who claim the Black Creek Conservation Club in eastern Isabella County has been taken over by militia members have been granted a temporary restraining order halting efforts to kick them out. Longtime officers and members of the club, formed almost 50 years ago to offer a shooting range and teach conservation principles, claim that members of the Michigan Militia Black Creek Volunteers began infiltrating the club over the past three to five years. In a lawsuit filed in Isabella County Trial Court two weeks ago, the longtime members allege that those with militia ties have boosted membership to take control of the board, have turned the club int