January 10, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

LINCOLN, [NE]--Usually, when the FBI arrests a terrorist and the Justice Department charges them, it’s a big deal. Combatting terrorism is one of the Justice Department’s top priorities, and terror cases are a great way for federal prosecutors and agents to make names and build careers. The press and the public are very interested. Officials will typically blast out a press release, and, if it’s a big takedown, might even hold a press conference. The Justice Department didn’t do any of that when federal prosecutors unsealed terrorism charges last week against Taylor Michael Wilson. The 26-year-old white supremacist from St. Charles, Missouri, allegedly breached a secure area of an Am  

January 10, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

WOODINVILLE, [WA]--Woodinville police arrested an alleged white supremacist and violent offender at a local motel recently. A deputy on patrol found the suspect while checking car license plates in the parking lot of the motel. On Jan. 5 around 7 p.m., the deputy was at the Hampton Inn, 19211 Woodinville-Snohomish Road, when he found a vehicle connected to a suspect with an outstanding warrant. The suspect was wanted for escaping from custody while he was being held on a robbery charge. When the deputy approached the suspect and asked for ID, the suspect took off running. The suspect made it over a barbed-wire fence and the deputy lost sight of him. King County's Guardian One helicopter came