May 12, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson in White Supremacist Movement

WEST DEER, [PA]--A self-proclaimed white supremacist and his girlfriend are accused of beating and robbing a dark-skinned Hispanic man in a West Deer township house. Police claim George Palmer and his girlfriend, Hope Anna Gorham, both 32, of Oak Street, Russellton, met the 28-year-old Penn Hills man inside a bar along Fifth Avenue in New Kensington, Tuesday night. Gorham is accused of luring the man to the Oak street house she shares with Palmer by inviting the man to party with her and drink beer. Police Chief Jon Lape said Gorham arranged for other people to drive the alleged victim to the house. When he got there, the man didn't like what he saw. The alleged victim told police he saw four white men — two with shaved heads and one man with an anarchist tattoo on his chest and another man with a swastika on his abdomen — inside the house. They all appeared angry, the victim told police. The victim said he tried to call for a ride to leave just as the four started to yell profanities and racial slurs at him. The victim told police the men punched him with their fists and hit him with a hammer and a wrench. Police allege the men who assaulted him took a ring, pair of size 12 Jordan athletic shoes with gold on the top, a coat, and an cell phone from the victim. When he tried to escape, the victim told police he heard one of the four say, “we should just kill him.” View More>>

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