November 17, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

CHARLESTON, [SC]--Attorneys representing convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof asked a federal judge for more time to find missing documents and prepare their brief for the appeal of his death penalty case. In a motion filed Thursday, attorneys for Dylann Roof asked for the court to suspend the briefing schedule for 90 days. The defense team's legal brief is due on Monday based on the original schedule. The purpose of the brief is to present the reasons Roof's attorneys believe he is entitled to have his conviction overturned. Once the defense team presents its brief, the government would have 30 days to answer those arguments. But Roof's attorneys say they are missing "a signific  

November 17, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Militia Movement

BAY CITY, [MI]--With a pot leaf inked onto the back of his shorn head, Theodore J. Visner testified he did indeed break the law by repeatedly selling medical marijuana to undercover cops. He asserted, however, that he does not believe such conduct is in fact illegal. Such was one of many bizarre aspects in the Nov. 16 continuation of Visner's preliminary examination. The hearing began Oct. 26, at which point the 50-year-old defendant with professed militia leanings represented himself and called Bay County District Judge Mark E. Janer a "grammar teacher" and a criminal, and called Bay County Assistant Prosecutor Bernard J. Coppolino "a dork." Visner is charged with 16 counts -- eight counts   

November 17, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

JACKSONVILLE, [FL]--White nationalists plan to rally at the University of North Florida Monday in support of a student who posted a picture of himself holding an assault rifle and sporting a swastika tattoo. Ken Parker, a UNF student and neo-Nazi, was suspended for allegedly threatening students. Students plan to meet 8:15 a.m. Monday outside Founder’s Hall to peacefully protest against Nazis on campus. It's part of the growing racial tension UNF students said they're dealing with on campus. View More>>