WHITE CITY, [OR]--Deputies in Jackson County said they are looking for a self-proclaimed white supremacist who investigators said broke into a home and pointed a gun at a woman inside. The sheriff’s office said dispatchers received a 911 call Wednesday afternoon reporting a man, later identified as 23-year-old Devon James Wright, of entering a White City home unannounced to collect a debt. Witnesses said Wright fled from the home in a small black SUV before deputies could arrive. Deputies searched for Wright around the area, finally serving a warrant at his home Friday. While they did not find Wright, the deputies did discover a stolen Chevrolet pickup that was hidden in Wright’s garage.
UNITED STATES, [US]--White supremacist groups have been flocking to college campuses at an increased rate, spreading propaganda and hoping to lure new followers, the Anti-Defamation League said. Since September 2016, the ADL's Center on Extremism has tracked 346 instances in which leaflets, stickers, posters and banners have appeared on more than 200 campuses across the country, according to data released on Thursday. The number of times the propaganda was recorded at schools in the fall semester of 2016 -- 41 -- more than tripled in the same time period a year later -- to 147, according to the ADL. "White supremacists continue to see young people as prime targets for recruitment, perhaps no
NASHVILLE, [TN]--A volunteer Tennessee State Guard sergeant is reportedly being counseled after joking on Facebook about running over Antifa members. Casey Gillespie allegedly posted the remarks during a conversation with another individual about the anti-government group’s Jan. 3 gathering in downtown Nashville, the Tennessean reported, citing screenshots posted by Nashville Antifa. The anti-fascist organization was reportedly distributing food and clothing at the event. “Antifa in downtown Nashville on Capital Blvd.,” Gillespie wrote. “Theres not many of them. Stay Safe!” The Tennessee Department of Military confirmed that Gillespie was still a volunteer sergeant, but he has be
ISABELLA, [MI]--A January vote for officers overseeing an Isabella County gun club will stand after a judge denied a motion challenging the validity of the election amid a battle for control of the Black Creek Conservation Club. A lawsuit filed last summer by longtime members and officers contends the eastern Isabella County club was being taken over by militia members who sought to change the initiatives and direction. A court-ordered election on Jan. 8 – which included a specific voting procedure laid out by Isabella County Judge Eric Janes – saw representatives from the defendants’ side resoundingly defeat plaintiff candidates for office. After, the plaintiffs asked the court to ord
UNITED STATES, [US]--Police are investigating the murder of three Indian-descent Americans in two separate incidents reported from Virginia and Florida states over the last seven days. An Indian-descent woman and her adult son were found shot dead in their home in Aldie, a city in the state of Virginia, after the mother failed to report for work this week. They were identified as Mala Manwani, 65, and her son Rishi Manwani, 32. The bodies were found by the police on Wednesday after the woman’s colleagues complained she had not come to work all of the week. Police have said they are investigating it as a case of double homicide. The Loudon County police said in a statement it was notified b