February 9, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

LITTLE ROCK, [AR]--Arkansas authorities said Thursday they were searching for a man with white supremacy ties who absconded from parole after being convicted of offenses that include robbery and conspiracy to commit kidnapping. Jason Wayne Quick, 38, was released from state prison on parole in February 2015 and absconded from parole in November, according to the state Department of Community Correction. He is reportedly a member of a white supremacist gang and has tattoos of swastikas, skulls and the symbol for the New Aryan Empire on his body. Quick has been convicted of multiple felony offenses since 2003, including conspiracy to commit kidnapping, two counts of robbery, possession of met  

February 9, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Sovereign Citizen Movement

SALINA, [KS]--The marijuana found in the pickup truck he had been driving on Interstate Highway 70 was to be smoked in sacred pipes during ceremonies in which native people meditate, pray and seek answers in the spirit world, a man who says he is a sovereign citizen of the free and independent Lakota nation told a Saline County District Court jury Thursday. Ni’i’ Ne’e’, 43, whose previous name was Emerson Joe, told the eight-woman, four-man jury he has chosen to return to his full identity as a native person and is a member of the Water Clan under tribal law. He represented himself at trial, with some input from standby counsel Mark Dinkel. He said he had been traveling from Califor  

February 9, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Antigovernment Extremism-General

BUNKERVILLE, [NV]--For the first time in nearly two years, Cliven Bundy is a free man. In January, U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro ruled that the 71-year-old scion of the Bundy family — best known for leading an armed 2014 standoff with federal officials in Bunkerville, Nevada after he refused to pay his grazing fees — should be released from custody and sent on his way. The government’s bungling of the case is just the latest failure in efforts to bring the Bundy family to justice; a 2016 ruling set Cliven’s sons, Ammon and Ryan, free following their hostile takeover of the Malheur wildlife refuge in Oregon. Citing “flagrant” behavior on the part of federal prosecutors, Nava  

February 9, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

UNITED STATES, [US]--Samuel Lincoln Woodward, the teenager who was recently charged with the brutal murder of the 19-year-old Jewish student Blaze Bernstein, was an avowed member of a growing American Nazi organization — a group that has quickly shot to the forefront of the white supremacist movement with its dark promises of violence and an impending race war. Researchers call it the most potentially violent neo-Nazi group operating in the country. Bernstein was Jewish and openly gay — and while motives for the alleged killing are still unclear — Atomwaffen Division advocates for open violence against blacks, Jews and other minorities and has been tied to a series of other killings i