February 11, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

BUFFALO, [NY]--Police and prosecutors are looking into whether Tuesday's fatal shooting of a transgender woman in Buffalo was a hate crime. A spokeswoman for the Erie County District Attorney's Office said the office is "extremely concerned about a spike in homicides of transgender people across the country and will be, as part of this investigation, looking into whether or not this is a potential hate crime." Tonya Harvey, 35, was fatally shot late Tuesday afternoon on Shepard Street. Harvey, a transgender woman, is Buffalo's first confirmed homicide victim of the year. View More>>  

February 11, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Law Enforcement Fatalities

LOCUST GROVE, [GA]—Tierrie Guthrie, a Moorish sovereign citizen and black nationalist, shot three police officers, killing one, as they responded as they attempted to serve an arrest warrant, February 11, 2018. View More>>  

February 11, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Black Supremacist Movement

LOCUST GROVE, [GA]--The man suspected of killing a police officer before dying in a shooting in Georgia held extreme anti-government views and believed that deputies had no right to step on his property, a newspaper reported. Tierre Guthrie, 39, was killed Friday at his home in Locust Grove, about 25 miles (45 kilometers) southeast of Atlanta. The shootout began when Henry County sheriff's deputies came to serve a warrant for ignoring traffic violation court dates, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said. Locust Grove Police Officer Chase Maddox was killed and two deputies were wounded. Guthrie had had previous run-ins with Henry County deputies and believed law enforcement officers didn't   

February 11, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

CHATTANOOGA, [TN]--Meigs County is split from north to south by Highway 58, which carves through miles of farmland populated mostly by cows. A detour at any point either to the east or the west carries drivers down winding roads between stands of trees and small pastures. Confederate flags and "no trespassing" signs are commonplace in the areA. There, where the asphalt turns into a narrow gravel path traveling through the woods, is where Angela Dover Meadows has purchased a 44-acre parcel of land. Her husband, Eric Meadows, has posted on social media about bulldozer work being done in a wooded area in Southeast Tennessee for a project called Wotans Nation. Eric Meadows is a former member of   

February 11, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

CHATTANOOGA, [TN]--Someone placed flyers for Vanguard America on top of Black History Month posters at UTC on Wednesday. Chattanooga police are familiar with the group and identify it as a white supremacist organization. UTC has a robust schedule of events this month to celebrate Black History Month. The flyers were placed over posters promoting those programs. Students and administrators said free speech is welcome, but hate is not. Flyers promoting Hitler and Nazism covered parts of Black History Month posters on UTC's campus. Students who saw the flyers had plenty to say. View More>>  

February 11, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

LEESBURG, [VA]--The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and the Leesburg Police Department are investigating the origins of Ku Klux Klan recruitment fliers found by Loudoun residents this weekend. Yesterday evening, Leesburg Police responded to a couple of reports of KKK material found in plastic baggies at the bottom of driveways. Shortly after 9:38 a.m. on Sunday, residents reported that KKK fliers, two containing CDs, were found in driveways in the area of 39000 block of Catoctin Ridge Street in Paeonian Springs. At 10:56 a.m., the sheriff’s office was notified that more KKK fliers were found on various streets of the New Town Meadows community in the Town of Lovettsville. The fliers wer  

February 11, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

UNITED STATES, [US]--There are at least three white supremacists currently running for Congress, and a fourth running for a state House seat. Two other candidates — one of whom can unambiguously be called a white supremacist, and one who has ties to white supremacist groups but denies being a white supremacist himself — announced runs for public office, but have since dropped out of their respective races. Still more Republican candidates, many of whom are running for re-election, have used white supremacist slogans, invited white supremacists to official government events, or granted interviews to racist or anti-Semitic publications. It’s important to identify these candidates, not o