February 14, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

DAVENPORT, [IA]--A few Quad-City Times readers reported finding flyers connected to a white supremacist organization with their papers Wednesday morning, Publisher Debbie Anselm said. As the matter was investigated, it was determined the flyers were not included with the Times, nor delivered by one its carriers, but wrapped around free publications that are readily available in the Quad-Cities, and then bagged and tossed onto curbs in neighborhoods in Bettendorf and Moline, she said. Some of the free publications are produced by the Quad-City Times. Bettendorf Police Capt. Keith Kimball said a resident walking a dog in a neighborhood south east of 18th Street and 53rd Avenue discovered the   

February 14, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Black Supremacist Movement

DALLAS, [TX]--Christopher Daniels and his 15-year-old son awoke on Dec. 12, 2017, to heavily armed FBI agents outfitted in bulletproof vests and helmets pouring into the one-bedroom apartment they shared in Dallas, Texas. The pair were hurried outside, where they were separated while Daniels was arrested. Items seized during the raid on Daniels’s apartment included two firearms — a Taurus Protector Poly 38 Special and a Norinco AK-style assault rifle — items the government says he is prohibited from possessing due to a misdemeanor conviction in 2007 for domestic assault in Tennessee. Also seized was a book, Negroes With Guns, by Robert F. Williams, a civil rights leader and advocate of  

February 14, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Hate Crime-General

ALBUQUERQUE, [NM]--Eight-and-a-half years after a Native American woman was found beaten and left for dead near Roosevelt Park in southeast Albuquerque, detectives have indicted a suspect in the case, charging him with murder as a hate crime. The case had been cold for years when detectives identified 41-year-old Roger Paul Preston, who was already in prison, as a suspect, according to officer Simon Drobik, a spokesman for the Albuquerque Police Department. He said detectives would not comment on what tied Preston to the victim or how he became a suspect. And Michael Patrick, a spokesman for the District Attorney’s Office, wouldn’t say what circumstances caused the killing to be conside