February 1, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

DEBEQUE, [CO]--State and federal authorities executed a search warrant at a DeBeque home and arrested a fugitive who investigators say is a known white supremacist gang member. Rodney Clark Price, 40, was taken into custody without incident Wednesday. Price was wanted on multiple warrants, including federal firearm violations. According to a news release, the investigation of Price began in September of 2016, when authorities learned the convicted felon was in possession of firearms. During the initial investigation, police say they seized two firearms and distribution quantities of methamphetamine. Garfield County deputies attempted to apprehend Price on Jan. 18, but he was able to get awa  

February 1, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Hate Crime-General

SCOTTSDALE, [AZ]--A Scottsdale man who was brutally stabbed by a neighbor is calling for a hate crime charge. Local activist Jarrett Maupin said Wednesday that 58-year-old Thomas Williams, who is black, alleges the white suspect used racial slurs while stabbing him with a knife three times in the stomach and leg. Williams said the attack started after he walked outside and heard another man yelling "call 911, call 911." He explained that he dialed 911 and left his apartment unit to see what was happening. Suddenly, the man turned on him and began calling him racial slurs. "'You n*****, you broke in my girlfriend's house and you raped her,'" said Williams, describing what the man yelled at h  

February 1, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Domestic Extremism

UNITED STATES, [US]--Mixed martial arts has a long and sordid relationship with white supremacists. But neo-Nazi-affiliated MMA outfits, like White Rex, a Russian clothing company and former fight promotion that helped launch Yankova’s career, have typically been confined to eastern Europe and Russia, where they have, well, something of a stranglehold over the far-right fringes of the sport. But now, inspired in part by emerging international talents like Anastasia Yankova (a Russian model-turned-mixed martial artist who has appeared in a Nike commercial), groups in America, including Rise Above Movement in southern California, have helped popularize a particularly violent version of comba