1714
individual counts
(461 guilty, 387 not guilty or dismissed)
369
criminally-accused or convicted people
60
far-right organizations

Since the events in Charlottesville on August 11-12, 2017, a number of far-right fascists, white supremacists, and neo-Nazis have caught charges for violent crimes. These crimes range from misdemeanors to serious felonies, from state charges to federal charges, and possible penalties can include life in prison or even death.

Tracking these cases has given anti-fascist and anti-extremist researchers a wealth of information regarding the organizing methods, networks, and objectives of these groups. Tracking all of these cases, however, can be hard. So here is a resource that should hopefully compile that information for future work. Fascists are never on the side of truth, so sunlight can be a powerful tool to disrupt their organizing. It is with high hopes that this information is used to save lives. This is not an endorsement of the police, of state violence, or of state intervention. This is simply a repository of the most accurate possible information, culled from public records, newspapers, and court hearings.

All people on this list are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Arrests, charges, and indictments are not considered evidence of wrongdoing. All defendants presented herein have a right to due process. The public also has a right to learning the disposition of their cases.

Use this for good. In solidarity, forever.


Upcoming Cases

Calendar not guaranteed to be accurate and subject to change at any point. Please contact the relevant court clerk’s office for information.

Trial Dates Hearing Dates

Cases of Interest

The Antagonizers

Based out of Texas, this crew traveled to many rallies around the United States, badly mistaking real life for an internet forum. In Houston, a militaman put Will Fears in a headlock as he was trying to start trouble, exclaiming, “but what about the memes?!” In Charlottesville, these men were violent and antagonistic, often trying to provoke counterprostesters into violence. Finally, in Gainesville, trouble caught up to them when one of them, Tyler Tenbrink, fired a gun at someone and was subsequently charged with attempted murder. The younger Fears brother, Colton, took a plea for being an accessory, and has agreed to testify against his former friend Tyler. Will’s charges in Florida were dropped, but he’s facing trouble of his own in Texas.

Texas v William Fears (Harris County (TX) District Court — 159588201010 - 3)
Awaiting Trial
07-October-2019 (Jury Trial)
Will Fears is the elder brother of Colton Fears. Despite being arrested and jailed for the same attempted murder incident as Colton, Will was released, but is accused of illegally possessing a firearm as a former felon.
William Henry Fears IV
a.k.a.
Will Fears
Antagonizer
Suspected affiliations:
Daily Stormer (suspected)
Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP) (suspected)
Felon in Possession of a Firearm
§ 46.04 (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted 2 years to 10 years
Texas v William Fears (Harris County (TX) District Court — 156826101010 - 3)
Awaiting Trial
07-October-2019 (Jury Trial)
Will Fears is the elder brother of Colton Fears. Despite being arrested and jailed for the same attempted murder incident as Colton, Will was released, but is accused here of strangling his girlfriend.
William Henry Fears IV
a.k.a.
Will Fears
Antagonizer
Suspected affiliations:
Daily Stormer (suspected)
Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP) (suspected)
Assault family member, impeding breathing
§ 22.01(b)(2) (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted 2 years to 10 years
State of Florida v Colton Fears (Alachua (FL) Circuit Court — 01 2017 CF 003823 A)
Closed
Colton Fears pleaded guilty to an accessory to attempted murder charge from an incident after a Richard Spencer rally in Gainesville, FL in 2017.
Colton Gene Fears
a.k.a.
Colton Fears
Suspected affiliations:
Daily Stormer (suspected)
Accessory to Attempted Murder in the First Degree
782.04(1)(A)(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 years
State of Florida v Tyler Tenbrink (Alachua (FL) Circuit Court — 01 2017 CF 003823 B)
Closed
Tyler Tenbrink was accused of attempted first degree murder after firing a gun at a counter-protester after a Richard Spencer rally in Gainesville, FL in 2017. William and Colton Fears were also present. Tenbrink pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Tyler Eugene Tenbrink
a.k.a.
Tyler Tenbrink
Suspected affiliations:
Daily Stormer (suspected)
Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill
784.021(1)(A) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea, down from 782.04(1)(A)(1)) 5 years
Possession of a Weapon or Ammo by a Convicted Felon
790.23(1)(A) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 15 years
State of Florida v William Fears (Alachua (FL) Circuit Court — 01 2017 CF 003824 A)
Closed
Will Fears was arrested with his brother, Colton, and his friend, Tyler Tenbrink, following a shooting after a Richard Spencer rally in Gainesville, FL in 2017. Will was released after insufficient evidence was found to support the charge against him, but was extradited to Texas on a felony warrant.
William Henry Fears IV
a.k.a.
Will Fears
Antagonizer
Suspected affiliations:
Daily Stormer (suspected)
Attempted Felony Murder
782.051(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Dismissed Potentially Life

The Aryan Brothers (and Sisters)

Police in Indiana busted a ring that included at least nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood, one of the nation’s largest white supremacist prison gangs. According to the police, these nine were helping smuggle drugs into a prison.

USA v Matousek et al (US District Court (Southern TX) — 2:19-cr-00162)
Closed
07-August-2019 (Sentencing, def. Voitle)
These three members, linked to the Aryan Brotherhood, were convicted of bringing two Brazilians across the US border.
Cody Michael Matousek
a.k.a.
Cody Matousek
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood
Bringing in and harboring certain aliens
8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii), (v)(I), and 1324(a)(1)(B)(i) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 40 months
Bringing in and harboring certain aliens (2 counts)
8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii), (v)(II), and 1324(a)(1)(B)(ii) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Guadalupe Levario Bringing in and harboring certain aliens
8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii), (v)(I), and 1324(a)(1)(B)(i) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 18 months
Bringing in and harboring certain aliens (2 counts)
8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii), (v)(II), and 1324(a)(1)(B)(ii) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Ashley Michelle Voitle
a.k.a.
Ashley Voitle
Bringing in and harboring certain aliens
8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii), (v)(I), and 1324(a)(1)(B)(i) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 12 months and 1 day
Bringing in and harboring certain aliens (2 counts)
8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii), (v)(II), and 1324(a)(1)(B)(ii) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
State of Indiana v Brandon B. Jacobs (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F5-003681)
Awaiting Trial
23-September-2019 (Plea Hearing/Pretrial Conference)
Jacobs is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Brandon B. Jacobs
a.k.a.
Brandon Jacobs
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Criminal gang activity
35-45-9-3(c) (Indiana Code)
Charged 6 months to 30 months
Auto theft — theft of entire vehicle
35-43-4-2.5(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Charged 6 months to 30 months
Intimidation where threat is to commit forcible felony
35-45-2-1(a)(1) (Indiana Code)
Charged 6 months to 30 months
Possession of altered handgun
35-47-2-18(a)(2) (Indiana Code)
Charged 1 year to 6 years
Carrying a handgun without a license
35-47-2-1 (Indiana Code)
Charged Up to 1 year
State of Indiana v William Jordan Stillabower (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F6-003733)
Awaiting Sentencing
25-September-2019 (Sentencing)
Stillabower is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
William Jordan Stillabower
a.k.a.
William Stillabower
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Criminal gang activity
35-45-9-3(c) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea (other case)) 6 months to 30 months
State of Indiana v William Jordan Stillabower (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1808-F5-004341)
Awaiting Sentencing
25-September-2019 (Sentencing)
Stillabower is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
William Jordan Stillabower
a.k.a.
William Stillabower
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Trafficking with an inmate but the article trafficked is a controlled substance
35-44.1-3-5(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 1 year to 6 years
State of Indiana v David E. Hadley (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F5-003729)
Awaiting Trial
30-September-2019 (Change of Plea Hearing)
Hadley is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
David Elvin "Bub" Hadley, Jr.
a.k.a.
David Hadley
Bub Hadley
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Criminal gang activity
35-45-9-3(c) (Indiana Code)
Charged (Information) 6 months to 30 months
Trafficking with an inmate but the article trafficked is a controlled substance
35-44.1-3-5(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Charged (Information) 1 year to 6 years
State of Florida v Joshua James Edwards (Escambia (FL) Circuit Court — 2019 CF 001678 A)
Awaiting Trial
16-October-2019 (Docket Day)
Joshua Edwards is alleged to have kidnapped and raped a Black woman at a convenience store in Florida. The Escambia County sheriff's office revealed that he was an Aryan Brotherhood member.
Joshua James Edwards
a.k.a.
Joshua Edwards
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood
Kidnapping, inflicting bodily harm or terrorizing another
787.01(1)(a)(3) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged (Information) Potentially Life
Sexual assault, with weapon, victim over 12 years old
794.011(3) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged (Information) Potentially Life
Robbery, carjacking with firearm (2 counts)
812.133(2)(a) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged (Information) Potentially Life
Possession of weapon or ammo by convicted felon
790.23(1)(a) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged (Information) Up to 15 years
Weapon offense, use of firearm during felony
790.07(2) (Florida Penal Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 15 years
State of Indiana v Matthew Stephen Mowery (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F6-003931)
Awaiting Trial
21-October-2019 (Change of Plea Hearing)
Mowery is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Matthew Stephen Mowery
a.k.a.
Matthew Mowery
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Unlawful possession of a syringe
16-42-19-18(a) (Indiana Code)
Charged 6 months to 30 months
State of Indiana v Matthew Stephen Mowery (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F6-003734)
Awaiting Trial
21-October-2019 (Change of Plea Hearing)
Mowery is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Matthew Stephen Mowery
a.k.a.
Matthew Mowery
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Unlawful possession of a syringe
16-42-19-18(a) (Indiana Code)
Charged 6 months to 30 months
Possession of methamphetamine
35-48-4-6.1(a) (Indiana Code)
Charged 6 months to 30 months
State of Indiana v William C. King (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F5-003728)
Awaiting Sentencing
King is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
William Corey King
a.k.a.
William King
Corey King
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Criminal gang activity
35-45-9-3(c) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Trafficking with an inmate but the article trafficked is a controlled substance
35-44.1-3-5(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 1 year to 6 years
USA v James Vincent Chaney (US District Court (Eastern TX) — 9:19-cr-00020-RC-KFG)
Awaiting Sentencing
James Vincent Chaney is a suspected member of the Aryan Brotherhood who pleaded guilty to possessing an unregistered explosive device. His common-law wife, Nicole McBee, was also charged.
James Vincent Chaney
a.k.a.
James Chaney
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood
Possession of an unregistered destructive device
26 U.S.C. § 5861(d) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of firearm by prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
State of Indiana v Jarred A. Parton (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03C01-1807-F6-003724)
Closed
Parton is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Jarred A. Parton
a.k.a.
Jarred Parton
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Criminal Gang Activity
35-45-9-3(c) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Motion by State) 6 months to 30 months
Battery resulting in bodily injury
35-42-2-1(c)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Motion by State) Up to 1 year
State of Indiana v Mary J. Craig (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F6-003727)
Closed
Craig is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison. She pleaded to auto theft and several charges were dismissed as part of the agreement.
Mary Jaylin Craig
a.k.a.
Mary Craig
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Criminal gang activity
35-45-9-3(c) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Auto theft — theft of entire vehicle
35-43-4-2.5(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 1 year and 182 days (1 year and 178 days suspended)
Maintaining a common nuisance — controlled substance
35-45-1-5(c) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Possession of methamphetamine
35-48-4-6.1(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Possession of marijuana
35-48-4-11(a)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 180 days
Possession of paraphernalia
35-48-4-8.3(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 60 days
State of Indiana v David E. Hadley (Johnson (IN) Superior Court — 41D02-1704-F6-000185)
Closed
Hadley is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
David Elvin "Bub" Hadley, Jr.
a.k.a.
David Hadley
Bub Hadley
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Possession of a narcotic drug
35-48-4-6(a) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 730 days (674 suspended)
Possession of a methamphetamine
35-48-4-6.1(a) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 730 days (674 suspended)
State of Indiana v Matthew Stephen Mowery (Jennings (IN) Superior Court — 40D01-1706-CM-000359)
Closed
Mowery is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Matthew Stephen Mowery
a.k.a.
Matthew Mowery
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Possession of paraphernalia
35-48-4-8.3(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 20 days
State of Indiana v Mary J. Craig (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1806-F5-003576)
Closed
Craig is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison. These charges were dismissed pursuant to a plea in another case.
Mary Jaylin Craig
a.k.a.
Mary Craig
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Trafficking with an inmate but the article trafficked is a controlled substance
35-44.1-3-5(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 1 year to 6 years
Possession of methamphetamine
35-48-4-6.1(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Possession of a controlled substance
35-48-4-7(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Indiana v Jarred A. Parton (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03C01-1803-F6-001163)
Closed
Parton is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Jarred A. Parton
a.k.a.
Jarred Parton
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Failure to return to lawful detention
35-44.1-3-4(c) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 912 days
State of Indiana v Jarred A. Parton (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D02-1711-CM-006233)
Closed
Parton is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Jarred A. Parton
a.k.a.
Jarred Parton
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Battery resulting in bodily injury
35-42-2-1(c)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
State of Indiana v William J. Lustig (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D02-1712-CM-006583)
Closed
Lustig is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
William Jacob Lustig
a.k.a.
William Lustig
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Public intoxication — harassing, annoying, alarming
7.1-5-1-3(a)(4) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (bench) 20 days
State of Indiana v William J. Lustig (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F5-003680)
Closed
Lustig is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison. He pleaded guilty to various drug crimes.
William Jacob Lustig
a.k.a.
William Lustig
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Criminal gang activity
35-45-9-3(c) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Trafficking with an inmate but the article trafficked is a controlled substance
35-44.1-3-5(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 years
Dealing in a Schedule III controlled substance
35-48-4-2(a)(2) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Dealing in a Schedule IV controlled substance
35-48-4-3(a)(2) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Indiana v Jarred A. Parton (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03C01-1710-F6-005804)
Closed
Parton is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Jarred A. Parton
a.k.a.
Jarred Parton
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Unlawful possession of a syringe
16-42-19-18(a) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 912 days (710 suspended)
Possession of marijuana
35-48-4-11(a)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 180 days
State of Indiana v William Jordan Stillabower (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03C01-1706-F6-003145)
Closed
Stillabower is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
William Jordan Stillabower
a.k.a.
William Stillabower
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Possession of a narcotic drug
35-48-4-6(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Unlawful possession of a syringe
16-42-19-18(a) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 730 days (730 suspended)
State of Indiana v William J. Lustig (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1811-F6-006317)
Closed
Lustig is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison. He pleaded guilty to various drug crimes.
William Jacob Lustig
a.k.a.
William Lustig
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Possession of methamphetamine
35-48-4-6.1(a) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 2 years
Possession of a controlled substance
35-48-4-7(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Indiana v David E. Hadley (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1805-F4-002697)
Closed
Hadley is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
David Elvin "Bub" Hadley, Jr.
a.k.a.
David Hadley
Bub Hadley
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon
35-47-4-5(c) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed 2 years to 12 years
Possession of a narcotic drug
35-48-4-6(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed 6 months to 30 months
Unlawful possession of a syringe
16-42-19-18(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed 6 months to 30 months
State of Indiana v Chelsie S. Harden (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D02-1808-CM-004522)
Closed
Harden is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Chelsie S. Harden
a.k.a.
Chelsie Harden
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Driving While Suspended
9-24-19-2 (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (State's Motion to Dismiss) Up to 1 year
Possession of Paraphernalia
35-48-4-8.3(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (State's Motion to Dismiss) Up to 60 days
USA v Hadley, David (US District Court (Southern Indiana) — 1:18-cr-00206-SEB-TAB)
Closed
Hadley is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison. In addition to his state charges he was arrested on federal weapons charges in this case.
David Elvin "Bub" Hadley, Jr.
a.k.a.
David Hadley
Bub Hadley
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Possessing a firearm as a convicted felon
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 77 months
Violent felon in possession of body armor
18 U.S.C. § 931 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 8 months (consecutive to count 1)
State of Indiana v David E. Hadley (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1706-F6-003148)
Closed
Hadley is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison. These charges were dropped following a plea in a federal case.
David Elvin "Bub" Hadley, Jr.
a.k.a.
David Hadley
Bub Hadley
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Theft with prior conviction
35-43-4-2(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (State's motion) 6 months to 30 months
Possession of paraphernalia
35-48-4-8.3(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (State's motion) Up to 60 days
State of Indiana v Jarred A. Parton (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03C01-1802-F6-000930)
Closed
Parton is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Jarred A. Parton
a.k.a.
Jarred Parton
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Possession of methamphetamine
35-48-4-6.1(a) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 912 days
Possession of marijuana
35-48-4-11(a)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 180 days
State of Indiana v David E. Hadley (Johnson (IN) Superior Court — 41D02-1701-F5-000001)
Closed
Hadley is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
David Elvin "Bub" Hadley, Jr.
a.k.a.
David Hadley
Bub Hadley
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Intimidation where defendant draws or uses a deadly weapon
35-45-2-1(a)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 1 year to 6 years
Residential entry break and enter dwelling
35-43-2-1.5 (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 370 days
Criminal mischief
35-43-1-2(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 180 days
State of Indiana v Chelsie S. Harden (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1807-F6-003732)
Closed
Harden is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Chelsie S. Harden
a.k.a.
Chelsie Harden
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Criminal gang activity
35-45-9-3(c) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Maintaining a common nuisance — controlled substances
35-45-1-5(c) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Possession of a controlled substance
35-48-4-7(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Indiana v David E. Hadley (Johnson (IN) Superior Court — 41D02-1701-CM-000081)
Closed
Hadley is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
David Elvin "Bub" Hadley, Jr.
a.k.a.
David Hadley
Bub Hadley
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person
9-30-5-2(a) & (b) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (bench) 365 days (365 days suspended)
Possession of marijuana
35-48-4-11(a)(1) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (bench) 60 days (60 days suspended)
Operating a vehicle while intoxicated
9-30-5-2(a) (Indiana Code)
Moved Up to 60 days
State of Indiana v Matthew Stephen Mowery (Jennings (IN) Superior Court — 40C01-1804-F6-000117)
Closed
Mowery is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Matthew Stephen Mowery
a.k.a.
Matthew Mowery
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Unlawful possession of a syringe
16-42-19-18(a) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 900 days, 660 suspended
Possession of paraphernalia
35-48-4-8.3(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 60 days
State of Indiana v Chelsie S. Harden (Bartholomew (IN) Superior Court — 03D01-1806-F5-003578)
Closed
Harden is one of nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood taken down by police for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison.
Chelsie S. Harden
a.k.a.
Chelsie Harden
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Brotherhood (suspected)
Trafficking with an inmate but the article trafficked is a controlled substance
35-44.1-3-5(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 4 years (3 suspended)
Possession of methamphetamine
35-48-4-6.1(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 30 months
Possession of a controlled substance
35-48-4-7(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year

Bathroom Bigots

When HB2 passed in North Carolina in 2016, transgender activists pointed out that the bill was addressing an imaginary problem, and that its passage would legitimize violence against transgender people, in particular transgender women. Though the bill was partially repealed the next year, the damage has been done. There are nearly no documented cases of transgender women using their transgender status to assault women in bathrooms, but a significant percentage of transgender women report being harassed over bathroom usage. It was only a matter of time before cisgender people were charged with assaulting transgender people in bathrooms, and these cases are documented here.

North Carolina v. Jessica Fowler (Wake County (NC) Court — 19CRS200263)
Awaiting Trial
Jessica Fowler, along with Amber Harrell, allegedly assaulted a transgender woman in the women's bathroom of a popular North Carolina bar.
Jessica L Fowler
a.k.a.
Jessica Fowler
Sexual Battery
§ 14-27.33 (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 150 days
Kidnapping in the second degree
§ 14-39 (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged 15 months to 63 months
North Carolina v. Amber Harrell (Wake County (NC) Court — 19CRS200262)
Awaiting Trial
Amber Harrell, along with Jessica Fowler, allegedly assaulted a transgender woman in the women's bathroom of a popular North Carolina bar.
Amber N Harrell
a.k.a.
Amber Harrell
Sexual Battery
§ 14-27.33 (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 150 days
Kidnapping in the second degree
§ 14-39 (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged 15 months to 63 months

The Bowl Gang

Dylann Roof has become a minor racist celebrity in white supremacist circles, and fear of copycat attacks is very real. An entire subculture in white supremacy has arisen around this cult of personality, including an unofficial organization known as the “Bowl Patrol.” The name comes from Roof’s distinctive bowl cut, and some members have gone so far as to emulate his hairstyle.

USA v Lecron et al (US District Court (Northern Ohio) — 3:19-cr-00004-JGC)
Awaiting Sentencing
Lecron and Armstrong were members of the true crime tumblr community who had idolized Dylann Roof. They are alleged to have been making material steps towards terror-style attacks; Lecron had been in correspondence with Roof himself.
Elizabeth Lecron
a.k.a.
Bee
ligaturemark
Conspiracy to provide and conceal material support and resources to terrorists
18 U.S.C. § 2399A (United States Code)
Charged (Information (Indictment Waived, Plea Pending)) Up to 15 years
Transporting explosives in interestate commerce
18 U.S.C. § 844(d) (United States Code)
Charged (Information (Indictment Waived, Plea Pending)) Up to 20 years
Vincent Armstrong
a.k.a.
societysheretic
Conspiracy to Transport of Receive an Explosive with Intent to Kill, Injury, or Intimidate Any Individual, and Maliciously Damage or Destroy by Fire or Explosive
18 U.S.C. § 844(n) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea pending) Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to Use a Destructive Device During and In Relation to a Crime of Violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(o) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea pending) Up to 20 years
Conspiracy to Use Firearms during and in Relation to a Crime of Violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(o) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea pending) Up to 20 years
Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of a Crime of Violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A)(i) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Motion by Defense) 5 years to 20 years
Making False Statements
18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea pending) Up to 5 years
USA v Clark, Jeffrey (US District Court (District of Columbia) — 1:18-cr-00338)
Closed
Jeffrey Clark is the brother of the late Edward Clark, who allegedly killed himself hours after his Gab contact, Robert Bowers, allegedly murdered eleven people in a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Both Clark brothers were active in the DC alt-right scene, attended Unite the Right in Charlottesville, and were apparently close with organizer Jason Kessler. Jeffrey was charged with weapons charges after his family members contacted the FBI concerned about his social media posts.
Jeffrey Raphiel Clark, Jr.
a.k.a.
Jeffrey Clark
DC Bowl Gang
@PureWhiteEvil
Suspected affiliations:
Vanguard America (suspected)
Bowl Patrol (suspected)
Alt Right (suspected)
Atomwaffen (suspected)
Proud Boys
Unlawful possession of firearms by person who is unlawful user of a controlled substance
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Time Served (approx. 10 months)
Possessing high capacity magazines
§ 7-2506.01 (Code of the District of Columbia)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Florida v Robert Kehne Moeller (Brevard County (FL) Court — 05-2018-CF-057703-AXXX-XX)
Closed
Robert Moeller helped organize a caravan from Florida to drive to Unite the Right in Charlottesville. In December of 2018, he was convicted of driving under the influence, cannabis possession, and resisting an officer.
Robert Kehne Moeller
a.k.a.
Robert Moeller
Tactical Bowlcut
Suspected affiliations:
Bowl Patrol (suspected)
The Florida Gators (suspected)
Driving under the influence
316.193.1 (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) License revoked for 12 months
Possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis
893.13.6B (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 1 day
Resisting officer without violence
843.02(C) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Sentence combined with cannabis sentence
Tampering with physical evidence
918.13 (Florida Penal Code)
Dismissed 2 years to 10 years
County Sheriff Snohomish v Dakota Dean Reed (Snohomish County (WA) Superior Court — 19-1-00712-31)
Closed
Dakota Reed is alleged to have made Facebook posts threatening to re-enact a violent Dylann Roof-style attack. The county sheriff sought, and received, an extreme risk protection order against him. He was later charged with threats and pleaded guilty.
Dakota Dean Reed
a.k.a.
Dakota Reed
William King
William King II
William King III
Tom Shill
Tom Shill II
Tom Shilly
Suspected affiliations:
Northwest Front
The Knights Party
Ku Klux Klan
Threats to bomb or injure property
9.61.160(1) (Washington Code)
Convicted (Plea) 12 months
Threats to bomb or injure property
9.61.160(1) (Washington Code)
Convicted (Plea) 12 months
USA v McDowell, Benjamin (US District Court (South Carolina) — 4:17-cr-00161-RBH)
Closed
McDowell was arrested for purchasing a firearm from an undercover law enforcement officer. In conversations with the officer, as well as in Facebook posts, McDowell expressed reverence for Dylann Roof and talked of a copycat attack at a synagogue.
Benjamin Thomas Samuel McDowell
a.k.a.
Benji McDowell
Samuel McDowell
Benjamin McDowell
Possessing a firearm as a convicted felon
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) and 924(a)(2) and 924(e) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 33 months
County Sheriff Snohomish v Dakota Dean Reed (Snohomish County (WA) Superior Court — 18-2-11024-31)
Closed
Dakota Reed is alleged to have made Facebook posts threatening to re-enact a violent Dylann Roof-style attack. The county sheriff sought, and received, an extreme risk protection order against him. He was later charged with threats and pleaded guilty.
Dakota Dean Reed
a.k.a.
Dakota Reed
William King
William King II
William King III
Tom Shill
Tom Shill II
Tom Shilly
Suspected affiliations:
Northwest Front
The Knights Party
Ku Klux Klan
Extreme Risk Protection Order
7.94.040(3)(a),(b),(h),(j) (Washington Code)
Granted Up to 1 year

Charlottesville's Own

It is a myth that Unite the Right was only outsiders looking to cause trouble. Charlottesville has a deep and troubling legacy with white supremacy, and several people from Charlottesville and the surrounding areas have faced charges for various acts in the past two years.

Virginia v Brian Lambert (Charlottesville City (VA) District Court — GC18004208-00)
Deferred Disposition
04-February-2020
Brian Lambert was accused of brandishing a weapon on the first anniversary of the Unite the Right tragedy in Charlottesville, VA.
Brian Roland Lambert
a.k.a.
Brian Lambert
Pointing/brandishing a firearm
§ 18.2-282 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 1 year
Virginia v Brian Lambert (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000076-03)
Closed
Brian Lambert is a Charlottesville local who was found guilty in a bench trial of tearing down the mourning shroud installed over the Confederate statues in Charlottesville on multiple occasions. He appealed to Circuit Court and received a lighter jail sentence for his offenses.
Brian Roland Lambert
a.k.a.
Brian Lambert
Trespass after having been forbidden to do so
§ 18.2-119 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench Appeal) 30 days (15 days suspended)
Virginia v Christopher James Wayne (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000077-02)
Closed
Christopher Wayne was accused of damaging the tarp covering the Confederate statues in Charlottesville and trespassing. Like Brian Lambert, he appealed his conviction. The convictions for trespassing were upheld, though his conviction for damaging property was overturned and his jail sentence was reduced.
Christopher James Wayne
a.k.a.
Chris Wayne
Destruction of property with intent, < $1000
§ 18.2-137 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Acquitted (Bench Appeal) Up to 1 years
Virginia v Christopher James Wayne (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000077-03)
Closed
Christopher Wayne was accused of damaging the tarp covering the Confederate statues in Charlottesville and trespassing. Like Brian Lambert, he appealed his conviction. The conviction was upheld, though his jail sentence was reduced.
Christopher James Wayne
a.k.a.
Chris Wayne
Trespass after having been forbidden to do so
§ 18.2-119 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench Appeal) 90 days (60 suspended)
Commonwealth of Virginia v Kessler, Jason Eric (Charlottesville City (VA) General District Court — GC17003597-00)
Closed
Jason Kessler was antagonizing protesters the night after he brought the first torch rally to Charlottesville. Though he was using a bullhorn after the allowed hours, the Commonwealth dropped the charges.
Jason Eric Kessler
a.k.a.
Jason Kessler
TheMadDimension
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys (former)
New Byzantium (former)
Disorderly conduct
§ 18.2-415 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (nolle prosequi) Up to 1 year
Virginia v Brian Lambert (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000076-02)
Closed
Brian Lambert is a Charlottesville local who was found guilty in a bench trial of tearing down the mourning shroud installed over the Confederate statues in Charlottesville on multiple occasions. He appealed to Circuit Court and received a lighter jail sentence for his offenses.
Brian Roland Lambert
a.k.a.
Brian Lambert
Trespass after having been forbidden to do so
§ 18.2-119 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench appeal) 30 days (30 days suspended)
Virginia v Christopher James Wayne (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000077-04)
Closed
Christopher Wayne was accused of damaging the tarp covering the Confederate statues in Charlottesville and trespassing. His outburst in court during his appeal led to a contempt charge with an extra ten days in jail.
Christopher James Wayne
a.k.a.
Chris Wayne
Contempt
§ 18.2-456 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench) 10 days
Commonwealth of Virginia v Kessler, Jason Eric (Charlottesville City (VA) General District Court — GC17000433-00)
Closed
Jason Kessler was gathering signatures for a petition when an acquaintance of his declined to offer a signature. Jason the punched him. His victim pressed charges, and Jason subsequently lied to take out a false charge.
Jason Eric Kessler
a.k.a.
Jason Kessler
TheMadDimension
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys (former)
New Byzantium (former)
Assault and battery
§ 18.2-57 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 1 year
Commonwealth of Virginia v Kessler, Jason Eric (Charlottesville City (VA) General District Court — GC17008078-00)
Closed
Jason Kessler was trying to start a new white nationalist organization when the official account of that organization posted the name and physical home address of this site's administrator with intent to harass. However, later evidence showed that though the account was created at Jason's direction, the author of the offending tweet was not Jason.
Jason Eric Kessler
a.k.a.
Jason Kessler
TheMadDimension
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys (former)
New Byzantium (former)
Use of identity to harass or intimidate
§ 18.2-186.4 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (nolle prosequi) Up to 1 year
Virginia v Brian Lambert (Charlottesville City (VA) District Court — GC18000083-00)
Closed
Brian Lambert was found guilty of public intoxication after engaging with student protesters at UVa during the one-month anniversary of Unite the Right in 2017.
Brian Roland Lambert
a.k.a.
Brian Lambert
Public swearing/intoxication
§ 18.2-388 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted $89
Virginia v Brian Lambert (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000076-04)
Closed
Brian Lambert is a Charlottesville local who was found guilty in a bench trial of tearing down the mourning shroud installed over the Confederate statues in Charlottesville on multiple occasions. He appealed to Circuit Court and received a lighter jail sentence for his offenses.
Brian Roland Lambert
a.k.a.
Brian Lambert
Destruction of property with intent, < $1000
§ 18.2-137 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench Appeal) 90 days (60 days suspended)
Virginia v Mason Pickett (Charlottesville City (VA) District Court — GC17006647-00)
Closed
Mason Pickett was found not guilty for allegedly making unwanted contact with a local anti-racist activist in Charlottesville, VA.
Mason Pickett Assault
§ 18.2-52 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Acquitted Up to 1 years
Commonwealth of Virginia v Kessler, Jason Eric (Albemarle County (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000673-00)
Closed
Jason Kessler was accused of lying on a sworn statement to a magistrate after he was charged with assaulting a man on the Charlottesville downtown mall. Video evidence proved he lied, but the prosecutor failed to establish venue during the trial.
Jason Eric Kessler
a.k.a.
Jason Kessler
TheMadDimension
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys (former)
New Byzantium (former)
Perjury
§ 18.2-434 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (failure to establish venue) Up to 10 years
Commonwealth of Virginia v Joshua Matthews (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000256-00)
Closed
Joshua Matthews is the last known person to interact with James Fields prior to his vehicle attack in Charlottesville on August 12, 2017. Matthews was subpoenaed to testify as a defense witness in Fields's case, but failed to appear.
Joshua Matthews Failure to appear; contempt
§ 18.2-456 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted 5 hours
Virginia v Brian Lambert (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000076-01)
Closed
Brian Lambert is a Charlottesville local who was found guilty in a bench trial of tearing down the mourning shroud installed over the Confederate statues in Charlottesville on multiple occasions. He appealed to Circuit Court and received a lighter jail sentence for his offenses.
Brian Roland Lambert
a.k.a.
Brian Lambert
Destruction of property with intent, < $1000
§ 18.2-137 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench Appeal) 90 days (80 days suspended)
Virginia v Mason Pickett (Charlottesville City (VA) District Court — GC17006823-00)
Closed
Mason Pickett was found not guilty for allegedly making unwanted contact with a local anti-racist activist in Charlottesville, VA.
Mason Pickett Assault
§ 18.2-52 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Acquitted Up to 1 years
Virginia v Christopher James Wayne (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000077-01)
Closed
Christopher Wayne was accused of damaging the tarp covering the Confederate statues in Charlottesville and trespassing. Like Brian Lambert, he appealed his conviction. The conviction was upheld, though his jail sentence was reduced.
Christopher James Wayne
a.k.a.
Chris Wayne
Trespass after having been forbidden to do so
§ 18.2-119 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench Appeal) 30 days (15 days suspended)
Virginia v Christopher Wayne (Charlottesville City (VA) District Court — GC18000744-00)
Closed
Christopher Wayne was found not guilty of trespass for trying to remove the tarp over the Confederate statue in Charlottesville, VA in 2018.
Christopher James Wayne
a.k.a.
Chris Wayne
Trespass after having been forbidden to do so
§ 18.2-119 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Acquitted Up to 1 years

Media Mayhem

The rhetoric against the media, and CNN in particular, seems to have come with an increase in threats of violence against the news organization. Screaming “Fake News!,” CNN and its anchors have been repeatedly targeted and threatened. The pattern of this violence matches well to the modalities of stochastic terrorism, where violent acts against targets are induced through implications and subtle non-references to be understood by would-be-attackers.

USA v Chain, Robert (US District Court (Massachusetts) — 1:18-cr-10322-WGY)
Awaiting Sentencing
23-September-2019 (Sentencing)
Robert Chain pleaded guilty to making threatening phone calls to the Boston Globe, threatening to "shoot them all" and calling them an "enemy of the people."
Robert Darrell Chain
a.k.a.
Robert Chain
Interstate communications with threat to injure (7 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea Pending) Up to 5 years
State v Benjamin Craig Matthews (Baxter County (AR) Circuit Court — 03CR-18-476)
Awaiting Trial
26-September-2019 (Final Hearing)
Benjamin Craig Matthews is accused of making harassing and threatening phone calls to CNN journalist Don Lemon. According to the criminal complaint, he has made similar calls to Maxine Waters, Planned Parenthood, and other individuals and organizations.
Benjamin Craig Matthews
a.k.a.
Benjamin Matthews
Terroristic threatening — first degree (5 counts)
5-13-301(a) (Arkansas Code)
Charged Up to 6 years
Terroristic threatening — second degree (4 counts)
5-13-301(b) (Arkansas Code)
Charged Up to 1 year
Harassing communications (9 counts)
5-71-209 (Arkansas Code)
Charged Up to 1 year
USA v Griesemer, Brandon (US District Court (Eastern MI) — 2:19-cr-20221-AC-APP)
Awaiting Sentencing
01-October-2019 (Sentencing)
Brandon Griesemer is accused of making multiple phone calls to CNN headquarters, threatening a mass shooting. According to the complaint, Griesemer also targeted an Islamic center, as well as made disparaging comments towards Jewish people.
Brandon Griesemer Interstate communications with intent to extort — threat to injure
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
USA v Hasson, Christopher Paul (US District Court (Maryland) — 8:19-cr-00096-GJH)
Awaiting Trial
Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson was a United States Coast Guard officer and self-described white nationalist who is accused of owning firearms while a user of a controlled substance.
Christopher Paul Hasson
a.k.a.
Christopher Hasson
Suspected affiliations:
United States Coast Guard
Unlawful possession of unregistered firearms silencers
26 U.S.C. § 5861(d) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Unlawful possession of firearms silencers unidentified by serial number
26 U.S.C. § 5861(i) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Possession of firearm and ammunition by unlawful user or addict of any controlled substance
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Simple possession of Tramadol, a Schedule IV controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 844(a) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
USA v Sayoc (US District Court (Southern NY) — 1:18-cr-00820-JSR)
Closed
Cesar Sayoc is mailed at least 16 package bombs to US politicians and media figures in a mass assassination attempt in October of 2018. He entered a guilty plea to 65 counts in March of 2019.
Cesar Altieri Sayoc
a.k.a.
Cesar Altieri
Cesar Sayoc
Cesar Randazzo
Cesar Altieri Randazzo
Use of a weapon of mass destruction (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 2332a(a)(2) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
Interstate transportation and receipt of explosives (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 844(d) and 2 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
Threatening interstate communications (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 years
Illegal mailing of explosives (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 1716(j)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
Use of explosives to commit a felony
18 U.S.C. § 844(h) and 2 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years, consecutive to other counts

Dangerous Ones

Milo Yiannopolous likes to describe himself as “dangerous,” but the word may appeal more to his followers than to him. Milo, who has called for violence against journalists, was a speaker at an event in Seattle in January 2017, when two of his supporters entered a crowd of counter-protesters and allegedly shot one in the stomach. Also in Washington, a former Milo intern and Youtube personality stabbed his father to death in an argument where he accused his parents of being leftist pedophiles.

State of Washington v Davis, Lane Maurice (Skagit County (WA) Superior Court — 17-1-00739-0)
Closed
Lane Davis is a former intern of Milo Yiannopoulos and well-known internet commentator who stabbed his father to death over an argument, claiming his father was a leftist pedophile.
Lane Maurice Davis
a.k.a.
Lane Davis
Seattle4Truth
Suspected affiliations:
The Ralph Retort
Second degree murder
9A.32.050 (Washington Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea, down from 9A.32.030 first degree murder) 204 months
Virginia v Ethan Ralph (Loudon County (VA) District Court — GC16004124-00)
Closed
Ethan Oliver Ralph is an edgy internet troll who ran a pro-GamerGate site called the Ralph Retort. Among the writers for his site is Lane Davis, aka Seattle4Truth, an alt-right troll accused of murdering his father. Ralph purged all of Davis's writing from his site after Davis was charged. Ralph pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer during a 2017 incident.
Ethan Oliver Ralph
a.k.a.
Ethan Ralph
Suspected affiliations:
The Ralph Retort
Obstructing justice without force
§ 18.2-460 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
Virginia v Ethan Ralph (Loudon County (VA) District Court — GC16004125-00)
Closed
Ethan Oliver Ralph is an edgy internet troll who ran a pro-GamerGate site called the Ralph Retort. Among the writers for his site is Lane Davis, aka Seattle4Truth, an alt-right troll accused of murdering his father. Ralph purged all of Davis's writing from his site after Davis was charged. Ralph pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer during a 2017 incident.
Ethan Oliver Ralph
a.k.a.
Ethan Ralph
Suspected affiliations:
The Ralph Retort
Public swearing/intoxication
§ 18.2-388 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to $250
Virginia v Ethan Ralph (Loudon County (VA) Circuit Court — CR00030064-00)
Closed
Ethan Oliver Ralph is an edgy internet troll who ran a pro-GamerGate site called the Ralph Retort. Among the writers for his site is Lane Davis, aka Seattle4Truth, an alt-right troll accused of murdering his father. Ralph purged all of Davis's writing from his site after Davis was charged. Ralph pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer during a 2017 incident.
Ethan Oliver Ralph
a.k.a.
Ethan Ralph
Suspected affiliations:
The Ralph Retort
Assaulting a police officer
§ 18.2-57 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 3 years (2 years, 4 months suspended)
State of Washington v Hokoana, Elizabeth and Hokoana, Marc (King County (WA) Superior Court — 17-1-02989-7 SEA)
Closed
Elizabeth Hokoana and her husband, Marc, traveled to a Milo Yiannopoulous event in Seattle when they engaged with counterprotesters. Elizabeth allegedly shot one, critically injuring him, and stands accused of first degree assault.
Elizabeth Joy Hokoana
a.k.a.
Elizabeth Hokoana
Assault in the first degree, with firearm
9A.36.011(1)(A) (Washington Criminal Code)
Dismissed (Mistrial) Potentially Life
Marc K Hokoana
a.k.a.
Marc Hokoana
Assault in the third degree
9A.36.031(1)(D) (Washington Criminal Code)
Dismissed (Mistrial) Up to 5 years
Virginia v Ethan Ralph (Loudon County (VA) District Court — GC16004123-00)
Closed
Ethan Oliver Ralph is an edgy internet troll who ran a pro-GamerGate site called the Ralph Retort. Among the writers for his site is Lane Davis, aka Seattle4Truth, an alt-right troll accused of murdering his father. Ralph purged all of Davis's writing from his site after Davis was charged. Ralph pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer during a 2017 incident.
Ethan Oliver Ralph
a.k.a.
Ethan Ralph
Suspected affiliations:
The Ralph Retort
Assaulting a police officer
§ 18.2-57 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 6 months to 5 years

Harboring Hate

Hate crimes have risen for four straight years and are at a ten year high. This is evident even when local police departments fail to report incidents as hate. Nevertheless, violent crimes motivated by hate and bigotry, in the service of white supremacy, are equally important to track. These are just some of the individuals facing criminal issues where bias was reported in their alleged deeds.

State of Florida v Mark Allen Bartlett (Miami-Dade County (FL) Circuit Court — F-19-001385)
Awaiting Trial
16-September-2019 (Trial Hearing)
Mark Allen Bartlett was filmed pulling a gun on Black teenagers involved in an anti-gun/anti-violence protest. He's been accused of hate crime acts and violating gun laws.
Mark Allen Bartlett
a.k.a.
Mark Bartlett
Carrying a concealed firearm without a permit
790.01 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 5 years
Aggravated assault enh. by evidencing prejudice (3 counts)
784.021 mod. by 775.085 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 15 years
Improper exhibition of a firearm enh. by evidencing prejudice
790.10 mod. by 775.085 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 5 years
USA v Nucera Jr., Frank (US District Court (New Jersey) — 1:17-cr-00532-RBK)
Awaiting Trial
16-September-2019 (July Trial)
Frank Nucera, Jr. was a police chief in New Jersey who was recorded by several fellow officers who expressed concern over his racial animus. He is facing Federal hate crime charges.
Frank Nucera, Jr.
Suspected affiliations:
Bordentown Township Police Department
Hate crime
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Deprivation of rights under color of law
18 U.S.C. § 242 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
State of Florida v Walter Stolper (Miami-Dade County (FL) Circuit Court — F-18-014121)
Awaiting Trial
18-September-2019 (Felony Sounding)
Walter Stolper is accused of threatening to and preparing to blow up a predominantly-Jewish condominium facility in 2018. A search of his residence revealed a trove of Nazi memorabilia.
Walter Edward Stolper
a.k.a.
Walter Stolper
Attempted Murder in the First Degree with a Deadly Weapon
782.04 (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 15 years
Arson
806.01 (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 30 years
Possession of a destructive device with intent to disrupt private affairs
790.161(2) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 15 years
State of Washington v Shaw, Lorena Belle (King County (WA) Superior Court — 18-1-06689-8 KNT)
Awaiting Trial
18-September-2019 (Trial Date)
Lorena Shaw, along with her husband Jeremy, are accused of murdering a man in a plot to steal his possessions. Investigators found several Nazi- and white supremaced-themed items at the Shaws' residence.
Lorena Belle Shaw
a.k.a.
Lorena Shaw
First degree murder, premeditated, in the course of another crime
9A.32.030(1)(C), (1)(A) (Washington Criminal Code)
Charged Potentially Life
Residential burglary
9A.52.025 (Washington Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 10 years
Arson in the second degree
9A.48.030 (Washington Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to commit theft over $5k
9A.56.030(1)(A), 9A.28.040 (Washington Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 5 years
Rendering criminal assistance
9A.76.070(2)(A) (Washington Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 10 years
State of Washington v Shaw, Jeremy James (King County (WA) Superior Court — 18-1-06688-0 KNT)
Awaiting Trial
18-September-2019 (Trial Date)
Jeremy Shaw, along with his wife Lorena, are accused of murdering a man in a plot to steal his possessions. Investigators found several Nazi- and white supremaced-themed items at the Shaws' residence.
Jeremy James Shaw
a.k.a.
Jeremy Shaw
First degree murder, premeditated, in the course of another crime
9A.32.030(1)(C), (1)(A) (Washington Criminal Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Residential burglary
9A.52.025 (Washington Criminal Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Arson in the second degree
9A.48.030 (Washington Criminal Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to commit theft over $5k
9A.56.030(1)(A), 9A.28.040 (Washington Criminal Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Rendering criminal assistance
9A.76.070(2)(A) (Washington Criminal Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
State of Florida v Zephan Allen Xaver (Highlands County (FL) Circuit Court — 282019CF000113CFAXMX)
Awaiting Trial
18-September-2019 (13:15 — Pretrial Conference)
Zephen Xaver is alleged to have killed five women in a bank in Sebring, Florida. His alleged victims were found face down with bullet wounds in the backs of their heads.
Zephen Allen Xaver
a.k.a.
Zephan Xaver
Zephen Xaver
First degree murder, premeditated (5 counts)
782.04(1)(A)(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Life to Death
State of Oregon v Ian Edward Schmidt (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR15138)
Awaiting Trial
24-September-2019 (Call)
Ian Edward Schmidt stands accused of intimidating and threatening a Black woman on public transit while claiming to have a knife and using racial slurs. He is facing intimidation and menacing charges.
Ian Edward Schmidt
a.k.a.
Ian Schmidt
Intimidation in the second degree
166.155 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Menacing
163.190 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
The People of the State of California v Woodward, Samuel (Orange County (CA) Superior Court — 18HF0073)
Awaiting Trial
27-September-2019 (9:00 AM, C30 — Pre-trial Hearing)
Samuel Woodward allegedly killed a high-school acquaintance, Blaze Bernstein, who was a gay Jewish teenager, in California in early 2018.
Samuel Lincoln Woodward
a.k.a.
Samuel Woodward
Suspected affiliations:
Atomwaffen
Murder
187(a), 422.75(a), 12022(b), and 190.03(a) (California Penal Code)
Charged (Information) Potentially Life
State of Oregon v Robert William Oden (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR52597)
Awaiting Trial
30-September-2019 (Call)
Robert Oden is the first person charged under Oregon's new hate crime laws for and incident in which he allegedly assaulted three Hispanic men outside an Oregon bar, telling them to "go back to their own country" along with homophobic slurs.
Robert William Oden
a.k.a.
Robert Oden
Intimidation in the first degree (6 counts)
166.165 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Assault in the fourth degree (3 counts)
163.160(3) (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
State of Oklahoma v Johnson, Allison C (Cleveland County (OK) District 21 Court — CF-2019-372)
Negotiating Recommendation following Competency Evaluation
01-October-2019 (Preliminary Hearing Conference)
Allison Johnson was arrested following a series of incidents where Democratic party offices were vandalized with swastikas, anti-Semitic, anti-transgender, and racist graffiti. She has been alleged to have committed these acts of vandalism.
Allison Christine Johnson
a.k.a.
Allison Johnson
Malicious Injury/Mischief (4 counts)
21-1760 (2017 Oklahoma Statutes)
Charged Up to 1 year
Malicious Intimidation or Harassment
21-850 (2017 Oklahoma Statutes)
Charged Up to 1 year
State of Oregon v Nathan Scates (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 18CR73172)
Awaiting Trial
04-October-2019 (Call)
Nathan Scates is a security guard who is alleged to have shouted ethnic slurs at people, injuring a Hispanic woman with a club, and then deploying pepper spray while running away, injuring other bystanders at the Portland Waterfront in August of 2018. In a separate case, he is accused of injuring someone with a gunshot in the same month.
Nathan Adam Scates
a.k.a.
Nathan Scates
Assault in the second degree
163.175 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted 1 year to 10 years
Attempt to commit a Class B felony
161.405(2)(c) (Oregon State Code)
Indicted 1 year to 5 years
Unlawful use of a weapon
163.22 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted 1 year to 5 years
Assault in the fourth degree
163.160(3) (Oregon State Code)
Indicted 1 year to 5 years
Intimidation in the second degree (2 counts)
166.155 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Menacing (5 counts)
163.190 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Criminal mischief in the second degree
164.354 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Unlawful use of an electrical stun gun, tear gas or mace in the second degree (2 counts)
163.212 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Assault in the fourth degree (2 counts)
163.160(2) (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
State of Pennsylvania v Joden Rocco (Allegheny County (PA) Court of Common Pleas — CP-02-CR-0010885-2018)
Awaiting Trial
08-October-2019 (Status Hearing)
Joden Rocco allegedly stabbed a Black man to death in a Pittsburgh bar in 2018. Social media analysis shows that he liked dozens of white supremacy-affiliated pages, including Identity Dixie and the Red Elephants.
Joden Rocco Criminal homicide
18 § 2501 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Life to Death
Possession of Weapon
18 § 907 §§B (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 30 months to 5 years
State of Maryland v Brandon Troy Higgs (Baltimore County (MD) Circuit Court — 03K19000218)
Awaiting Trial
08-October-2019 (Trial)
Brandon Higgs is accused of a hate crime and attempted murder after shooting someone following an altercation. Higgs was active in neo-Nazi Discord communities.
Brandon Troy Higgs
a.k.a.
Brandon Higgs
Americana — MD
Suspected affiliations:
Vanguard America
Traditionalist Workers Party
Attempted murder in the first degree (2 counts)
CR.2.205 (2010 Maryland Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Assault — first degree (2 counts)
CR.3.202 (2010 Maryland Code)
Indicted Up to 25 years
Firearm use in the commission of a violent felony (2 counts)
CR.4.204.b (2010 Maryland Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Hate crime (4 counts)
CR.10.304(1) (2010 Maryland Code)
Indicted Up to 3 years
Wearing, carry, or transport a firearm upon their person
CR.4.203 (2010 Maryland Code)
Indicted 30 days to 3 years
Discharging a firearm within a Metropolitan District of Baltimore County
17.2.101 (Baltimore County Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
State of Illinois v Steven J McCuiston (DuPage County (IL) 18th Judicial Circuit Court — 2019CF000580)
Awaiting Trial
17-October-2019 (Appearance)
Steven McCuiston is accused of multiple hate crime counts for an incident where he is alleged to have started yelling slurs at a Muslim female Lyft driver. He is accused of climbing over the driver's seat, attacking the woman, and damaging the door handle of her car.
Steven J McCuiston
a.k.a.
Steven McCuiston
Hate crime (4 counts)
720 5/12-7.1(a) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Indicted 1 year to 3 years
State of Washington v Dopson, Michael M (King County (WA) Superior Court — 19-1-02204-0 SEA)
Awaiting Trial
18-October-2019 (Case Scheduling)
Michael Dopson is alleged to have assaulted an Indian man in a road rage incident in Washington.
Michael Mohamed Dopson
a.k.a.
Michael Dopson
Malicious harassment
9A.36.080(1)(B) (Washington Criminal Code)
Charged (Information) Up to 5 years
USA v Bowers (US District Court (Western PA) — 2:18-cr-00292-DWA)
Awaiting Trial
31-October-2019 (Status Conference)
Robert Bowers is accused of killing eleven people and injuring several others during Shabbat services at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA in October of 2018.
Robert Bowers
a.k.a.
onedingo
Obstruction of Exercise of Religious Belief Resulting in Death (11 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and (d)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Death
Hate crime act resulting in death (11 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B)(i) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Use of a Firearm to Commit Murder During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence (11 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A)(iii), 924(c)(1)(C), and 924(j)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Death
Obstruction of Free Exercise of Religious Belief Involving an Attempt to Kill and Use of a Dangerous Weapon, and Resulting in Bodily Injury (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2), 247(d)(1), and 247(d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Hate crime act involving an attempt to kill (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B)(ii) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Obstruction of Exercise of Religious Belief Involving an Attempt to Kill and Use of a Dangerous Weapon, and Resulting in Bodily Injury to a Public Safety Officer (8 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2), 247(d)(1), and 247(d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Use and Discharge of a Firearm During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence (14 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A)(i), 924(c)(1)(A)(ii), 924(c)(1)(A)(iii), and 924(c)(1)(C) (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Life
Obstruction of Exercise of Religious Belief Involving Use of a Dangerous Weapon, and Resulting in Bodily Injury to a Public Safety Officer (3 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and 247(d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Commonwealth v. Bush, Gregory A (Jefferson County (KY) Circuit Court — 18-CR-003222)
Arraignment, Pretrial Conference
31-October-2019 (1:00 PM, room 2 — Other Hearing)
Gregory Bush is accused of killing two Black people and injuring several more in a Louisville supermarket in October of 2018. When confronted by an armed bystander, he allegedly remarked, "whites don't kill whites."
Gregory Alan Bush
a.k.a.
Gregory Bush
Murder (2 counts)
507.020 (Kentucky Penal Code)
Indicted Potentially Death
Attempted Murder
507.020 and 506.010 (Kentucky Penal Code)
Indicted 10 years to 20 years
Wanton Endangerment (2 counts)
508.060 (Kentucky Penal Code)
Indicted 1 year to 5 years
State of Florida v Luis Alonso-Piovet (Miami-Dade County (FL) Court — F-18-007400-A)
Awaiting Trial
07-November-2019 (Felony Sounding)
Luis Alonso-Piovet, along with three other men, are alleged to have beaten two gay men during the Miami Beach Gay Pride festival. Video shows victims were brutally assaulted, and prosecutors subsequently brought hate crime charges.
Luis Manuel Alonso-Piovet
a.k.a.
Luis Piovet
Luis M. Alonso Piovet
Aggravated Battery (enh. prejudice and great bodily harm) (2 counts)
784.045 (enh. 775.085) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 30 years
Aggravated Battery
784.045 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 15 years
Assault
784.011 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 60 days
State of Florida v Juan Lopez (Miami-Dade County (FL) Court — F-18-007400-C)
Awaiting Trial
07-November-2019 (Felony Sounding)
Juan Carlos Lopez, along with three other men, are alleged to have beaten two gay men during the Miami Beach Gay Pride festival. Video shows victims were brutally assaulted, and prosecutors subsequently brought hate crime charges.
Juan Carlos Lopez
a.k.a.
Juan Lopez
Aggravated Battery (enh. prejudice and great bodily harm) (2 counts)
784.045 (enh. 775.085) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 30 years
Aggravated Battery
784.045 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 15 years
Assault
784.011 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 60 days
State of Florida v Pablo Romo-Figueroa (Miami-Dade County (FL) Court — F-18-007400-B)
Awaiting Trial
07-November-2019 (Felony Sounding)
Pablo Romo-Figueroa, along with three other men, are alleged to have beaten two gay men during the Miami Beach Gay Pride festival. Video shows victims were brutally assaulted, and prosecutors subsequently brought hate crime charges.
Pablo Reinaldo Romo-Figueroa
a.k.a.
Pablo Romo-Figueroa
Parblo Romo-Figueroa [sic]
Aggravated Battery (enh. prejudice and great bodily harm) (2 counts)
784.045 (enh. 775.085) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 30 years
Aggravated Battery
784.045 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 15 years
State of Florida v Adonis Diaz (Miami-Dade County (FL) Court — F-18-007400-D)
Awaiting Trial
07-November-2019 (Status Report)
Adonis Diaz, along with three other men, are alleged to have beaten two gay men during the Miami Beach Gay Pride festival. Video shows victims were brutally assaulted, and prosecutors subsequently brought hate crime charges.
Adonis David Diaz
a.k.a.
Adonis Diaz
Aggravated Battery (enh. prejudice and great bodily harm) (2 counts)
784.045 (enh. 775.085) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 30 years
Aggravated Battery
784.045 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 15 years
USA v Earnest, John T (US District Court (Southern Ca) — 3:19-cr-01850-AJB)
Awaiting Trial
27-November-2019 (Motion Hearing)
John T. Earnest is alleged to have committed mass shooting at a synagogue in California, killing one and injuring several others. He allegedly wrote a manifesto that called back to the Christchurh, NZ mass shooting and contained many common memes.
John Timothy Earnest
a.k.a.
John Earnest
Obstruction of free exercise of religious beliefs
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and (d)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Death
Obstruction of free exercise of religious beliefs (3 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2), (d)(1) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Death
Obstruction of free exercise of religious beliefs (50 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2), (d)(1) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Death
Hate crime act
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B)(i) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Hate crime act (3 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B)(ii) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Hate crime act (50 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B)(ii) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Attempted damage to religious property
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(1) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Use of a firearm to commit murder during and in relation to a crime of violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) and (j) (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Death
Use of a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence (3 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Indicted Minimum 10 years
North Carolina v. William Warden (Wake County (NC) Court — 18CR220745)
Awaiting Trial
10-December-2019
William Warden is the son of a North Carolina judge who is accused of, in separate incidents, ethnically intimidating a Messianic Synagogue and burning a cross. He is also alleged to have distributed propaganda for the Daily Stormer.
William Josephus Warden
a.k.a.
William Warden
Suspected affiliations:
Daily Stormer (suspected)
Placing a burning/flaming cross without permission
§ 14-12.12(a) (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 120 days
North Carolina v. William Warden (Wake County (NC) Court — 18CR220744)
Awaiting Trial
10-December-2019
William Warden is the son of a North Carolina judge who is accused of, in separate incidents, ethnically intimidating a Messianic Synagogue and burning a cross. He is also alleged to have distributed propaganda for the Daily Stormer.
William Josephus Warden
a.k.a.
William Warden
Suspected affiliations:
Traditionalist Youth Network
Daily Stormer (suspected)
Ethnic Intimidation
§ 14-401.14 (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 120 days
Maryland v Sean Urbanski (Prince George's County (MD) Circuit Court — CT171444X)
Awaiting Trial
12-December-2019 — 09-December-2019 (Trial)
Sean Urbanski stands accused of stabbing to death a Black Army officer in Maryland in an apparent hate crime in mid-2017.
Sean Christopher Urbanski
a.k.a.
Sean Urbanski
Murder in the first degree
CR.2.201, 10-304(2)(ii) (2010 Maryland Code)
Indicted 20 years to Life without parole
Hate crime resulting in death
10-304(2)(ii) (2010 Maryland Code)
Indicted 20 years to Life without parole
Maryland v Sean Urbanski (Prince George's County (MD) Circuit Court — CT170985X)
Awaiting Trial
12-December-2019 — 09-December-2019 (Trial)
Sean Urbanski stands accused of stabbing to death a Black Army officer in Maryland in mid-2017.
Sean Christopher Urbanski
a.k.a.
Sean Urbanski
Murder in the second degree
CR.2.201, 10-304(2)(ii) (2010 Maryland Code)
Indicted Up to 30 years
State of Kansas v Ronald Lee Kidwell (Johnson County (KS) District Court — 18CR01888)
Awaiting Trial
23-December-2019 (Motion Hearing)
Ronald Lee Kidwell is accused of intentionally murdering a Black woman. His estranged daughter has claimed he is a white supremacist with a history of attacking Black people.
Ronald Lee Kidwell Second degree murder, intentional
21-5403(a)(1) (Kansas Statutes)
Charged 258 months to 285 months
State of Oregon v Jeremy Christian (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 17CR34550)
Awaiting Trial
10-January-2020 (Hearing)
Jeremy Christian is alleged to have been harassing two teenage girls on a Portlan TriMet train when bystanders intervened. Christian is alleged to have murdered two with a knife and grievously injured a third.
Jeremy Joseph Christian
a.k.a.
Jeremy Christian
Aggravated Murder (2 counts)
163.095 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Life to Death
Attempt to commit murder
161.405(2)(a) (Oregon State Code)
Indicted 1 year to 20 years
Assault in the first degree
163.185 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted 1 year to 20 years
Unlawful use of a weapon (5 counts)
163.22 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted 1 year to 5 years
Intimidation in the second degree (3 counts)
166.155 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Menacing (2 counts)
163.190 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Assault in the second degree
163.175 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted 1 year to 10 years
USA v Bush, Gregory A (US District Court (Western KY) — 3:18-cr-00188-CHB-RSE)
Awaiting Trial
20-February-2020 (Status Conference)
Gregory Bush is accused of killing two Black people and injuring several more in a Louisville supermarket in October of 2018. When confronted by an armed bystander, he allegedly remarked, "whites don't kill whites."
Gregory Alan Bush
a.k.a.
Gregory Bush
Hate Crime Act Resulting in Death (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Use and discharge of a firearm to commit murder during and in relation to a crime of violence (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A), (c)(1)(C), and (j)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted 25 years to Death
Hate Crime Act with Attempt to Kill
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Use and discharge of a firearm to commit murder during and in relation to a crime of violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A), (c)(1)(C) (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Life
USA v Newland et al (US District Court (Northern Indiana) — 2:19-cr-00023-PPS-JPK)
Awaiting Trial
21-February-2020 (Pretrial conference)
Cory Newland and Joshua Titus were police officers with the City of Elkhart, Indiana. They allegedly beat a handcuffed Hispanic man in their custody. They were federally indicted after ProPublica publicized the incident.
Cory Newland
Suspected affiliations:
City of Elkhart Police
Deprivation of rights under color of law
18 U.S.C. § 242 and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Joshua Titus
Suspected affiliations:
City of Elkhart Police
Deprivation of rights under color of law
18 U.S.C. § 242 and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
State of Pennsylvania v Robert Bowers (Allegheny County (PA) Magisterial District Court — MJ-05003-CR-0009000-2018)
Inactive Pending Federal Case
Robert Bowers is accused of killing eleven people and injuring several others during Shabbat services at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA in October of 2018.
Robert Bowers
a.k.a.
onedingo
Criminal homicide (11 counts)
18 § 2501 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Life to Death
Aggravated assault (2 counts)
18 § 2702 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 20 years
Aggravated assault (4 counts)
18 § 2702 §§ A2 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 20 years
Ethnic intimidation (13 counts)
18 § 2710 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 20 years
Attempted criminal homicide (6 counts)
18 § 901 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Life to Death
State of Indiana v Renzo Signorino (Brown (IN) Circuit Court — 07C01-1808-F5-000397)
Awaiting Trial
Signorino is the third of three people involved in a spree of vandalism incidents at houses of worship in Indiana. He allegedly helped damage and burglarize a few churches with Kiyomi Brewer, an Identity Evropa member who also burned a synagogue structure with her husband Nolan.
Renzo M Signorino
a.k.a.
Renzo Signorino
Burglary (2 counts)
35-43-2-1 (Indiana Code)
Charged (Information) 1 year to 6 years
Theft
35-43-4-2(a) (Indiana Code)
Charged (Information) 1 years to 6 years
Institutional criminal mischief, damage >$50k (3 counts)
35-43-1-2(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Charged (Information) 1 year to 6 years
State of Indiana v Renzo Signorino (Bartholomew (IN) Circuit Court — 03C01-1808-F4-004698)
Awaiting Trial
Signorino is the third of three people involved in a spree of vandalism incidents at houses of worship in Indiana. He allegedly helped damage and burglarize a few churches with Kiyomi Brewer, an Identity Evropa member who also burned a synagogue structure with her husband Nolan.
Renzo M Signorino
a.k.a.
Renzo Signorino
Arson damage by fire or explosive a structure used for religious worship
35-43-1-1(a)(4) (Indiana Code)
Charged (Information) 2 years to 12 years
Burglary
35-43-2-1 (Indiana Code)
Charged (Information) 1 year to 6 years
Institutional criminal mischief, damage >$50k
35-43-1-2(b)(1) (Indiana Code)
Charged (Information) 1 year to 6 years
USA v Covington, Alan Dale (US District Court (Central Utah) — 2:19-cr-00057-DAK)
Awaiting Trial
Alan Dale Covington allegedly assaulted three Hispanic men in a tire shop with a pipe while hurling slurs and claiming he wanted to "kill Mexicans." He faces federal hate crime charges for the incident.
Alan Dale Covington Hate crime
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Hate crime (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
USA v Diggins et al (US District Court (Maine) — 2:18-cr-00122-JDL)
Awaiting Trial
Maurice Diggins and Dusty Leo are accused of committing hate crimes by deliberately attacking two Black men in separate incidents in Maine. In both attacks, prosecutors allege that the men shouted racial slurs while attacking and injuring their victims because of their perceived race. Both attacks were completely unprovoked.
Maurice Diggins Conspiracy to commit hate crimes
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Hate crime (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. §§ 249(a)(1) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Dusty Leo Conspiracy to commit hate crimes
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Hate crime (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. §§ 249(a)(1) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
USA v Matthews, Holden James (US District Court (Western Louisiana) — 6:19-cr-00183-RRS-CBW)
Awaiting Trial
Holden Matthews allegedly set fire to three predominantly Black churches in Louisiana. He is facing federal hate crime charges in addition to state arson charges.
Holden James Matthews
a.k.a.
Holden Matthews
Intentional damage to religious property (3 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(1) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Using fire to commit a felony (3 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 844(h)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted Minimum 10 years
State of Tennessee v Travis Reinking (Davidson County (TN) District Court — 2019-A-55)
Awaiting Trial
Travis Reinking is accused of killing four people in a Tennessee Waffle House. He was stopped by an act of heroism and detained after an hours-long manhunt.
Travis Reinking First degree murder (4 counts)
39-13-202 (Tennessee Code)
Indicted Life to Death
Attempted first degree murder (4 counts)
39-13-202 (Tennessee Code)
Indicted 15 years to 60 years
Weapons possession, employ a firearm during a commission of a dangerous felony (4 counts)
39-17-1324 (Tennessee Code)
Indicted 6 years to 15 years
Felony murder (4 counts)
39-13-210 (Tennessee Code)
Indicted 15 years to 60 years
Weapons possession
39-17-1307 (Tennessee Code)
Indicted Up to 30 days
North Carolina v. Lisa Marie Burns (Wake County (NC) Court — 18CR223879)
Awaiting Trial
Lisa Marie Burns is accused of vandalizing the same synagogue that William Warden allegedly targeted in his incidents in 2018. Surveillance video appears to show Burns throwing bricks through the synagogue's windows.
Lisa Marie Burns Teaching Ethnic Intimidation
§ 14-401.14(B) (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 120 days
Injury to Personal Property
§ 14-160 (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 120 days
North Carolina v. Lisa Marie Burns (Wake County (NC) Court — 18CR223880)
Awaiting Trial
Lisa Marie Burns is accused of vandalizing the same synagogue that William Warden allegedly targeted in his incidents in 2018. Surveillance video appears to show Burns throwing bricks through the synagogue's windows.
Lisa Marie Burns Teaching Ethnic Intimidation
§ 14-401.14(B) (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 120 days
Injury to Real Property
§ 14-127 (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 120 days
The People of the State of California v Crain, John Merrell (Yuba County (CA) Superior Court — CRF19-00443)
Awaiting Indictment
John Crain has been accused of committing hate crime assault after attacking a convenience store clerk. The clerk was a Sikh man, and Crain is alleged to have attacked him because he thought he was Muslim.
John Merrell Crain
a.k.a.
John Crain
Second degree robbery
PC211-F (enh. PC667(d), PC1170.12(b), PC667(b)-(j), PC1170.12) (California Penal Code)
Charged 2 years to 5 years
Battery with serious bodily injury
PC243-F (enh. PC1192.7(c)(8), PC667(d), PC1170.12(b), PC667(b)-(j), PC1170.12, PC667a1) (California Penal Code)
Charged 2 years to 4 years
Violate civil rights by force or threat of force
PC422.6(a) (California Penal Code)
Charged Up to 1 year
USA v Haviland, Matthew (US District Court (Massachusetts) — 1:19-mj-07085-JCB)
Awaiting Indictment
Matthew Haviland allegedly sent numerous threatening messages to a professor who had expressed anti-Trump and pro-abortion views in publications and statements.
Matthew Haviland
a.k.a.
matthewyesitis Haviland
mattyhav
Cyberstalking
18 U.S.C. § 2261A(2) (United States Code)
Charged Up to 5 years
Transmitting a threat in interstate commerce
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Charged Up to 5 years
State of Oregon v Scott Wayne Smith (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 18CR53923)
Awaiting Appeal
Scott Wayne Smith pleaded no contest to a charge of indimidation for threatening to kill a gay man in Southwest Portland. According to reports, he was using homophobic language and threatened to kill two men smoking outside a treatment community for HIV/AIDS patients.
Scott Wayne Smith
a.k.a.
Scott Smith
Intimidation in the second degree
166.155 (Oregon State Code)
Appeal (Plea (No Contest)) 21 days, 2 years probation
State of Illinois v McLean, Timothy V. (Madison County (IL) Court — 2018CF001544)
Not Mentally Competent
Timothy McLean is accused of painting swastikas on over 200 grave markers in an Illinois cemetary over Memorial Day weekend in 2018. He was deemed not mentally fit to stand trial.
Timothy V. McLean
a.k.a.
Timothy McLean
Hate Crime 2+
720 5/12-7.1(a) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Charged 3 years to 7 years
Destruction of property $300-$10000 (13 counts)
720 5/12-7.1(a) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Charged 1 year to 3 years
State of Illinois v McLean, Timothy V. (Madison County (IL) Court — 2018CF001542)
Not Mentally Competent
Timothy McLean is accused of painting swastikas on over 200 grave markers in an Illinois cemetary over Memorial Day weekend in 2018. He was deemed not mentally fit to stand trial.
Timothy V. McLean
a.k.a.
Timothy McLean
Hate Crime against a church or synagogue
720 5/12-7.1(b-5)(1) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Charged 3 years to 7 years
Hate Crime against a cemetery or mortuary
720 5/12-7.1(b-5)(2) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Charged 3 years to 7 years
Institutional vandalism against a church (3 counts)
720 5/21-1.2(a)(1) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Charged 3 years to 7 years
Destruction of property $300-$10000
720 5/12-7.1(a) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Charged 1 year to 3 years
Hate Crime against a cemetery or mortuary
720 5/12-7.1(b-5)(2) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Charged 2 years to 5 years
Damaging 10 or more gravestones
765 835/1(b-5) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Charged 3 years to 7 years
USA v Fields (US District Court (Western Va) — 3:18-cr-00011-MFU)
Closed
James Fields is murdered Heather Heyer and injuring dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Vanguard America
Disdain for Plebs
Hate Crime Act Resulting in Death
18 U.S.C. § 249 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Hate Crime Act Including Intent to Kill (28 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life (each count, all concurrent but consecutive to count 1)
Bias-Motivated Interference with Federally Protected Activity Resulting in Death
18 U.S.C. § 245 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Potentially Death
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-01)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Murder, First Degree
§ 18.2-32 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) Life
State of Oregon v Andrew David Ramsey (Marion County (OR) Court — 18CR70237)
Closed
Andrew Ramsey is recently accused of assaulting a Sikh man in a hate crime act in Marion County, Oregon.
Andrew David Ramsey
a.k.a.
Andrew Ramsey
Strangulation
163.187 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 14 days
Assault in the fourth degree
163.160(2) (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
Menacing
163.190 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
Assault in the fourth degree
163.160(2) (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 14 days
USA v Brewer, Nolan (US District Court (Southern Indiana) — 1:18-cr-00286-TWP-DLP)
Closed
Nolan Brewer painted swastikas and iron crosses on an Indiana synagogue and used incendiary devices near it. He was arrested along with his 17 year old wife, Kiyomi.
Nolan Brewer
Suspected affiliations:
Identity Evropa
Conspiracy to violate rights
18 U.S.C. § 241(a) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 36 months
State of Indiana v Kiyomi Z. Brewer (Hamilton (IN) Superior Court — 29D05-1810-F6-007307)
Closed
Kiyomi Brewer, along with her husband, Nolan Brewer, vandalized a synagogue structure by painting a Nazi logo on it and lighting a fire. Nolan was sentenced to federal prison for a hate crime in the same incident. Kiyomi is alleged to have also vandalized other houses of worship with a friend, Renzo Signorino, as well. She was a minor at the time of the incident but was tried as an adult.
Kiyomi Zeporah Brewer
a.k.a.
Kiyomi Brewer
Suspected affiliations:
Identity Evropa
Arson
35-43-1-1(d) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea) 730 days (730 days suspended), 730 days probation
Criminal mischief, damage between $750 and $50k
35-43-1-2(a) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Wisconsin v Chad E Grubbs (Winnebago County (WI) Circuit Court — 2018CF000392)
Closed
Chadwick Grubbs was convicted in a later case of threatening a Jewish community center by way of letters sent from an Oshkosh jail. He pleaded guilty to three federal counts, which added 36 months of prison time to his existing state sentences for threatening law enforcement officers and stalking in this and a related case.
Chadwick E Grubbs
a.k.a.
Chadwick Grubbs
Chad E Grubbs
Battery or threat to judge, prosecutor, or law enforcement officer
940.203(2) (mod. by 939.62(1)(b)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 4 years
USA v Simmons, Rick Lynn (US District Court (Western Michigan) — 1:19-cr-00010-JTN)
Closed
Rick Simmons is accused of leaving a threatening voicemail on Senator Cory Booker's voicemail, calling him racial slurs and referencing guns.
Rick Lynn Simmons
a.k.a.
Rick Simmons
Interstate communications with threat to injure
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 15 months
State of Maryland v Matthew J Lipp (Maryland Court of Special Appeals — CSA-REG-0181-2019)
Closed
Matthew Lipp was one of four teenagers charged with spraypainting racial epithets and swastikas at Glenelg High School in Maryland. They were charged with hate crimes and all pleaded with agreement of the facts.
Matthew J Lipp
a.k.a.
Matthew Lipp
Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Convicted (Plead not guilty, but agree with facts) 3 years, all but 48 days suspended
Conspiracy—Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Malicious destruction of property +$1000
CR.6.301 (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Conspiracy—Malicious destruction of property +$1000
CR.6.301 (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
School—trespass/damage property
ED.26.102.(e)(3) (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 6 months
School—trespass/damage property
ED.26.102.(e)(3) (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 6 months
State of Illinois v Aydene Militello (DeKalb County (IL) Circuit Court — 2018CF000435)
Closed
Aydene Militello was convicted of a hate crime for hurling verbal abuse at a Black woman in traffic, and then subsequently in a Wal Mart parking lot, in DeKalb County, IL. She was convicted in a bench trial.
Aydene Militello Hate crime
720 5/12-7.1(a) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench) $1106.00 fine + fee
State of Pennsylvania v Joden Rocco (Allegheny County (PA) Common Pleas Court — MJ-05202-NT-0000595-2017)
Closed
Joden Rocco allegedly stabbed a Black man to death in a Pittsburgh bar in 2018. Social media analysis shows that he liked dozens of white supremacy-affiliated pages, including Identity Dixie and the Red Elephants.
Joden Rocco Disorderly conduct engaging in fighting
18 § 5503 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Moved (to non-traffic) Up to 90 days
Harassment
18 § 2709 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Dismissed Up to 90 days
Simple Assault
18 § 2701 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Dismissed Up to 2 years
State of Oregon v Andrew Joseph Oswalt (Benton County (OR) Court — 19CR16807)
Closed
Andrew Oswalt is an OSU student who was convicted for hate crime charges for targeting and intimidating activists by putting racist bumper stickers on their cars. He is appealing this conviction and in this case is facing additional charges for a similar incident.
Andrew Joseph Oswalt
a.k.a.
Andrew Oswalt
Criminal mischief in the second degree
164.354 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 40 hours community service
State of Wisconsin v Chad E Grubbs (Racine County (WI) Circuit Court — 2016CF000298)
Closed
Chadwick Grubbs was convicted of threatening a Jewish community center by way of letters sent from an Oshkosh jail. He pleaded guilty to three federal counts, which added 36 months of prison time to his existing state sentences for threatening law enforcement officers and stalking.
Chadwick E Grubbs
a.k.a.
Chadwick Grubbs
Chad E Grubbs
Stalking (enh. repeater)
940.32(2) (mod. by 939.62(1)(b)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 2 years
Bail jumping (enh. repeater) (2 counts)
946.49(1)(a) (mod. by 939.62(1)(a)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Dismissed (Plea, read in) Up to 2 years
Computer message, threaten/obscenity (enh. repeater)
947.0125(2)(c) (mod. by 939.62(1)(a)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Dismissed (Plea, read in) Up to 2 years
Disorderly conduct (enh. repeater)
947.01(1) (mod. by 939.62(1)(a)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Dismissed (Plea, read in) Up to 2 years
Battery
940.19(1) (mod. by 939.62(1)(a)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 1 year, consecutive to other count
New York v James H. Jackson (New York Superior Court — 01136-2017)
Closed
James Jackson drove from Baltimore to New York City, where he found an older Black man and stabbed him to death with a sword. Two days later, he turned himself in, claiming he wanted to go on a killing spree of Black men to prevent interracial relationships.
James Harris Jackson
a.k.a.
James Jackson
Murder in the first degree as an act of terrorism
PL 125.27 1A (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Murder in the second degree as an act of terrorism
PL 125.25 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Murder in the second degree as a hate crime
PL 125.25 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree (9 counts)
PL 265.01 02 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 1 year
State of Maryland v Tyler J Curtiss (Howard County (MD) Circuit Court — C-13-CR-18-000209)
Closed
Tyler Curtiss was one of four teenagers charged with spraypainting racial epithets and swastikas at Glenelg High School in Maryland. They were charged with hate crimes and all pleaded with agreement of the facts.
Tyler J Curtiss
a.k.a.
Tyler Curtiss
Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Convicted (Pleaded not guilty, but agree with facts) 3 years, all but 24 days suspended
Conspiracy—Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Malicious destruction of property +$1000
CR.6.301 (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Conspiracy—Malicious destruction of property +$1000
CR.6.301 (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
School—trespass/damage property
ED.26.102.(e)(3) (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 6 months
School—trespass/damage property
ED.26.102.(e)(3) (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 6 months
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-07)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-06)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
State of Maryland v Seth Taylor (Howard County (MD) Circuit Court — C-13-CR-18-000208)
Closed
Seth Taylor was one of four teenagers charged with spraypainting racial epithets and swastikas at Glenelg High School in Maryland. They were charged with hate crimes and all pleaded with agreement of the facts.
Seth Taylor Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Convicted (Pleaded not guilty, but agree with facts) 3 years, all but 27 days suspended
Conspiracy—Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Malicious destruction of property +$1000
CR.6.301 (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Conspiracy—Malicious destruction of property +$1000
CR.6.301 (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
School—trespass/damage property
ED.26.102.(e)(3) (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 6 months
School—trespass/damage property
ED.26.102.(e)(3) (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 6 months
USA v Purinton, Adam W. (US District Court (Kansas) — 2:17-cr-20028-CM-JPO)
Closed
Adam Purinton pleaded guilty to murdering an Indian man in a Kansas diner in mid-2017. He allegedly mistook his victim as Iranian and shouted "get out of my country."
Adam W. Purinton
a.k.a.
Adam Purinton
Hate Crime Act Resulting in Death
18 U.S.C. § 249 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Hate Crime Act Including Intent to Kill
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Use of a firearm in a crime of violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) and (j)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
State of Oregon v Nathan Adam Scates (Yamhill County (OR) Court — 18CR57103)
Closed
Nathan Scates is a security guard alleged to have injured someone with a gunshot in Oregon in August of 2018. In a separate case, he is also alleged to have shouted ethnic slurs at people, injuring a Hispanic woman with a club, and then deploying pepper spray while running away, injuring other bystanders.
Nathan Adam Scates
a.k.a.
Nathan Scates
Assault in the Third Degree
163.165 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 42 months
Unlawful use of a weapon (4 counts)
163.22 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 1 year to 5 years
Menacing
163.190 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 2 days, 5 years probation
Menacing (4 counts)
163.190 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
Recklessly endangering another person (2 counts)
163.195 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 2 days, 5 years probation
Recklessly endangering another person (2 counts)
163.195 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
Disorderly conduct in the second degree
166.025 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 6 months
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-10)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 20 years
State of Oregon v Andrew David Ramsey (Marion County (OR) Court — 19CR05621)
Closed
Andrew Ramsey is recently accused of assaulting a Sikh man in a hate crime act in Marion County, Oregon.
Andrew David Ramsey
a.k.a.
Andrew Ramsey
Unauthorized use of a vehicle (2 counts)
164.135 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 3 years probation, 1 year license revocation
Fleeing or attempting to elude
811.540(1)(b)(A) (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Removed from Charging Instrument) Up to 5 years
State of Pennsylvania v Joden Rocco (Allegheny County (PA) Common Pleas Court — MJ-05202-NT-0000803-2017)
Closed
Joden Rocco allegedly stabbed a Black man to death in a Pittsburgh bar in 2018. Social media analysis shows that he liked dozens of white supremacy-affiliated pages, including Identity Dixie and the Red Elephants.
Joden Rocco Disorderly conduct engaging in fighting
18 § 5503 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) $300
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-09)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
The People of the State of California v O'Sullivan, Vincent Joseph (Sonoma County (CA) Superior Court — SCR-716319-1)
Closed
Vincent O'Sullivan was charged in another case with hate crime threats and found guilty by jury for threatening to kill a gay man and blow up the store where he worked. In this case, he was found guilty of petty theft and sentenced to serve his suspended sentence due to his hate crime conviction.
Vincent Joseph O'Sullivan, Jr.
a.k.a.
Vincent O'Sullivan
Petty theft
484(a) (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) 120 days
State of Oregon v Andrew David Ramsey (Marion County (OR) Court — 18CR07801)
Closed
Andrew Ramsey is recently accused of assaulting a Sikh man in a hate crime act in Marion County, Oregon.
Andrew David Ramsey
a.k.a.
Andrew Ramsey
Assault in the fourth degree
163.160(2) (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
Strangulation
163.187 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
State of Oregon v Andrew David Ramsey (Marion County (OR) Court — 17CR77695)
Closed
Andrew Ramsey is recently accused of assaulting a Sikh man in a hate crime act in Marion County, Oregon.
Andrew David Ramsey
a.k.a.
Andrew Ramsey
Unauthorized use of a vehicle
164.135 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed Up to 5 years
Possession of a burglary tool or device
164.235 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 75 days
Unlawful possession of methamphetamine
475.894(2)(a) (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 24 months probation
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-05)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Failure to stop for an accident resulting in death
§ 46.2-894 (Virginia Motor Vehicle Code)
Convicted (jury) 9 years
State of Oregon v Andrew David Ramsey (Marion County (OR) Court — 19CR05614)
Closed
Andrew Ramsey is recently accused of assaulting a Sikh man in a hate crime act in Marion County, Oregon.
Andrew David Ramsey
a.k.a.
Andrew Ramsey
Criminal mischief in the second degree
164.354 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 36 months probation
Criminal trespass in the first degree
164.255 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Oregon v Andrew David Ramsey (Marion County (OR) Court — 19CR03328)
Closed
Andrew Ramsey is recently accused of assaulting a Sikh man in a hate crime act in Marion County, Oregon.
Andrew David Ramsey
a.k.a.
Andrew Ramsey
Intimidation in the second degree
166.155 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 180 days
Assault in the fourth degree
163.160(2) (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
USA v Lecroy, Brandon Cory (US District Court (South Carolina) — 8:18-cr-00480-BHH)
Closed
Brandon Lecroy pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder for hire when he tried calling the KKK to have his neighbor, a Black man, killed. Court documents show that he also intended to use his contact to commit violence against another individual. The number was actually for a Federal informant, and Lecroy was subsequently sentenced to ten years in prison.
Brandon Cory Lecroy
a.k.a.
Brandon Lecroy
Hate crime
18 U.S.C. § 373(a) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
The People of the State of California v O'Sullivan, Vincent Joseph (Sonoma County (CA) Superior Court — SCR-716116-1)
Closed
Vincent O'Sullivan was charged with hate crime threats and found guilty by jury for threatening to kill a gay man and blow up the store where he worked.
Vincent Joseph O'Sullivan, Jr.
a.k.a.
Vincent O'Sullivan
Criminal threats, enh. hate crime
422(a), enh. 422.75(a) (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) 9 months
State of Arizona v Gonzales and Dauenhauer (Maricopa County (AZ) Superior Court — CR2018-113649)
Closed
These two women livestreamed themselves vandalizing an Arizona mosque.
Tahnee Savanna Gonzales
a.k.a.
Tahnee Gonzales
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Movement AZ (PMAZ)
Endangering the life/health of a minor (3 counts)
13-3619 (Arizona Revised Statutes)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 6 months
Disorderly conduct
13-2904A3 (Arizona Revised Statutes)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 6 months
Aggravated criminal damage
13-1604A1 (Arizona Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 2 years
Burglary in the third degree—unlawful entry
13-1506A1 (Arizona Revised Statutes)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 2.5 years
Elizabeth Ann Dauenhauer
a.k.a.
Elizabeth Dauenhauer
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Movement AZ (PMAZ)
Aggravated criminal damage
13-1604A1 (Arizona Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 18 months probation, 200 hours community service, 1 month delayed conditional jail time
Burglary in the third degree—unlawful entry
13-1506A1 (Arizona Revised Statutes)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 2.5 years
USA v Grubbs, Chadwick (US District Court (Eastern Wisconsin) — 2:18-cr-00176-PP)
Closed
Chadwick Grubbs was convicted of threatening a Jewish community center by way of letters sent from an Oshkosh jail. He pleaded guilty to three federal counts, which added 36 months of prison time to his existing state sentences for threatening law enforcement officers and stalking.
Chadwick E Grubbs
a.k.a.
Chadwick Grubbs
Chad E Grubbs
Obstruction or attempted obstruction of persons in the free exercise of religious beliefs (3 counts)
18 U.S.C. §§ 247(a)(2) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 20 years
Making a threat to injure or destroy religious property by means of fire or explosive
18 U.S.C. § 844(e) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 36 months
Mailing threatening communications (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 876(c) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 5 years
Mailing threatening communications
18 U.S.C. § 876(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 5 years
State of California v Gregory W. Adams (San Joaquin County (CA) Superior Court — MAN-CR-FE-2018-0015118)
Closed
Adams was charged with property crimes and violent threats against a Jewish shopper. He was on probation for a 2015 conviction for a weapons charge. He pleaded guilty to violating civil rights by force, but hate crime charges were stricken.
Gregory William Adams
a.k.a.
Gregory Adams
Assault w/ a deadly weapon: not a firearm
PC 245(a)(1) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Government motion) Up to 4 years
Personal use of a deadly weapon
PC 12022 (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Not held to answer) Up to 1 year
Vandalism (> $400)
PC 594(3)(b)(1)(B) (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Unknown
Violating civil rights
PC 422.6 (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Other) Up to 1 year
Exhibit deadly weapon other than firearm
PC417(a)(1) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 30 days to 1 year
Personal use of non-firearm weapon
PC417(a)(1) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Withdrawn) 30 days to 1 year
Hate crime (2 counts)
PC422.6(a) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Stricken) Up to 1 year
Violate civil rights by force or threat of force
PC422.6(a) (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 3 years
Damage/etc to property to violate civil rights
PC422.6(b) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Washington v Campbell, Jeremy Evans (Cowlitz County (WA) Superior Court — 18-1-00472-08)
Closed
Jeremy Campbell pleaded guilty to malicious harassment after beating a Black man and using racial slurs in a Washington bar. He was also charged with possession of methamphetamine.
Jeremy Evans Campbell
a.k.a.
Jeremy Campbell
VUSCA—Possession with intent to manufacture/deliver methamphetamine
69.50.401 (Washington Uniform Controlled Substance Act)
Convicted (Plea) 60 months, 1 day
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-04)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
State of Washington v Campbell, Jeremy Evans (Cowlitz County (WA) Superior Court — 18-1-01452-08)
Closed
Jeremy Campbell pleaded guilty to malicious harassment after beating a Black man and using racial slurs in a Washington bar. He was also charged with possession of methamphetamine.
Jeremy Evans Campbell
a.k.a.
Jeremy Campbell
Malicious Harassment
9A.36.080 (Washington Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 60 months
Assault in the second degree
9A.36.021 (Washington Criminal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
State Of Tennessee vs John Carothers (Rutherford County (TN) Court — 75CC1-2018-CR-80295)
Closed
John Carothers set fire to Robert Miller, a Black man, in an assisted living home, killing him. An intercepted letter from him in jail reveals that he may have had a white supremacy-related motive.
John Daniel Carothers
a.k.a.
John Carothers
Suspected affiliations:
American Institute of Theology
First Degree Murder
39-13-202 (Tennessee Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Aggravated Arson
39-14-302 (Tennessee Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 15 years to 60 years
Reckless Endangerment (8 counts)
39-13-103 (Tennessee Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 11 months and 29 days
State of Maryland v Joshua Shaffer (Howard County (MD) Circuit Court — C-13-CR-18-000210)
Closed
Joshua Shaffer was one of four teenagers charged with spraypainting racial epithets and swastikas at Glenelg High School in Maryland. They were charged with hate crimes and all pleaded with agreement of the facts.
Joshua Shaffer Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Convicted (Pleaded not guilty, but agree with facts) 3 years, all but 54 days suspended
Conspiracy—Race/religion property damage institution
CR.10.305(2) (2010 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Malicious destruction of property +$1000
CR.6.301 (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
Conspiracy—Malicious destruction of property +$1000
CR.6.301 (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 3 years
School—trespass/damage property
ED.26.102.(e)(3) (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 6 months
School—trespass/damage property
ED.26.102.(e)(3) (2017 Maryland Code)
Dismissed (Nolle prosequi) Up to 6 months
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-08)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
State of Oregon v Andrew Joseph Oswalt (Benton County (OR) Court — 18CR07470)
Closed
Andrew Oswalt is an OSU student who was convicted for hate crime charges for targeting and intimidating activists by putting racist bumper stickers on their cars.
Andrew Joseph Oswalt
a.k.a.
Andrew Oswalt
Intimidation in the first degree (3 counts)
166.165 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Bench, appeal dismissed) 30 days, 3 years probation, $500 fine
Criminal mischief in the third degree (2 counts)
164.345 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Bench, appeal dismissed) 10 days, 3 years probation
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-03)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 20 years
State of Oregon v Andrew David Ramsey (Marion County (OR) Court — 17CR62038)
Closed
Andrew Ramsey is recently accused of assaulting a Sikh man in a hate crime act in Marion County, Oregon.
Andrew David Ramsey
a.k.a.
Andrew Ramsey
Theft in the third degree
164.043 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 30 days
Theft in the first degree
164.045 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 75 days
Unlawful entry into a vehicle
164.272 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 75 days
Unlawful entry into a vehicle
164.272 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Oregon v Jeremy Christian (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 18CR50288)
Closed
Jeremy Christian is alleged to have been harassing two teenage girls on a Portlan TriMet train when bystanders intervened. Christian is alleged to have murdered two with a knife and grievously injured a third. In this case, he was accused of a jailhouse assault, but charges were dismissed.
Jeremy Joseph Christian
a.k.a.
Jeremy Christian
Assault in the fourth degree
163.160(2) (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-02)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 20 years
State of Oregon v Andrew David Ramsey (Marion County (OR) Court — 17CR73022)
Closed
Andrew Ramsey is recently accused of assaulting a Sikh man in a hate crime act in Marion County, Oregon.
Andrew David Ramsey
a.k.a.
Andrew Ramsey
Resisting arrest
162.315 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 75 days
Giving false information to a police officer
807.62 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 75 days

Kekistan Killing

Kekistan is a fictitious nation created in the online culture popular on 4chan, 8chan, and other internet sites dominated by edgy meme culture. The branding is especially popular among young white boys and men who are particularly succeptible to some of the more vulgar and violent vitriol from the far-right. Kekistan flags have been seen at a number of political events throughout the country over the past few years. The culture exhibits a disturbing lack of empathy, fully on display in this instance. Gregory Ramos is accused of killing his mother over a dispute about grades and enlisting his friends to move her body and cover up the killing. Despite being minors, the depravity of the incident has led prosecutors to try them as adults. In Facebook photos, Ramos is seen visiting Trump Tower and has a Kekistan flag as his header image.

State of Florida v Gregory L. Ramos (Volusia County (FL) Circuit Court — 2018 103208 CFDL)
Awaiting Trial
12-November-2019 (Jury Trial)
Gregory Ramos is accused of murdering his mother and covering up the scene. He allegedy enlisted two friends to assist with disposing of his mother's body. Ramos has posted pictures of himself on social media with a Kekistan flag background. Despite being minors, all three are being charged as adults.
Gregory L. Ramos
a.k.a.
Gregory Ramos
First degree murder
782.04(1)(a)1 (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted 40 years to Life
Grand theft auto
812.014(2)(c)6 (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 5 years
Abuse of a dead human body
872.06 (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 15 years
Tampering with physical evidence
918.13 (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
State of Florida v Brian A. Porras (Volusia County (FL) Circuit Court — 2018 103205 CFDL)
Open
12-November-2019 (Jury Trial)
Brian Porras, along with Dylan Ceglarek, is accused of helping their friend, Gregory Ramos, cover up Ramos's alleged murder of his mother. Ramos has posted pictures of himself on social media with a Kekistan flag background. Despite being minors, all three are being charged as adults.
Brian A Porras
a.k.a.
Brian Porras
Accessory after the fact to a capital felony
777.03(2)(a) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 30 years
State of Florida v Dylan R. Ceglarek (Volusia County (FL) Circuit Court — 2018 103204 CFDL)
Open
09-December-2019 (8:30 AM — Jury Trial)
Dylan Ceglarek, along with Brian Porras, is accused of helping their friend, Gregory Ramos, cover up Ramos's alleged murder of his mother. Ramos has posted pictures of himself on social media with a Kekistan flag background. Despite being minors, all three are being charged as adults.
Dylan R. Ceglarek
a.k.a.
Dylan Ceglarek
Accessory after the fact to a capital felony
777.03(2)(a) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 30 years

Miscellaneous

These are various other, perhaps unaffiliated, fascists of varying stripes. Fascists don’t need special events to be dangerous and violent, but their crimes should be tracked nevertheless.

State of Missouri v James W Simpson (Green County (MO) Judicial Court — 1931-CR00546-1)
Awaiting Trial
16-September-2019 (Pretrial Hearing)
James Simpson is accused of raping and stabbing a woman, who was able to escape by climbing out of a window. He reportedly has swastika tattoos and a tattoo of the white supremacist gang Family Values.
James W Simpson
a.k.a.
James Simpson
Suspected affiliations:
Family Values
First degree aggravated rape
566.030 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted 15 years to Life
Armed criminal action
571.015 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted Minimum 3 years
First degree assault
565.050 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted 10 years to Life
Armed criminal action
571.015 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted Minimum 3 years
First degree assault
565.050 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted 5 years to 15 years
Resisting arrest for a felony
575.150 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Dismissed Up to 4 years
State of Illinois v Jakub Zak (Lake County (IL) Circuit Court — 18CM00001103)
Awaiting Trial on Petition to Revoke
16-September-2019 (Status Hearing)
Jakub Zak is accused of illegally possessing firearms and ammunition in April of 2018. He allegedly was active with the user name "Hussar" in a Discord chat with members of the white supremacist group Patriot Front.
Jakub Zak
a.k.a.
Hussar
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Front (suspected)
Illegal possession of firearm
430 65/2(a)(1) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 180 days
Illegal possession of ammunition (7 counts)
430 65/2(a)(2) (Illinois Criminal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Colorado v Frank Maya (Denver County (CO) District Court — 2019CR2503)
Awaiting Sentencing
16-September-2019 (Sentencing Hearing)
Frank Maya is allegedly vandalized some trash cans and tried painting a swastika on a building. While being arrested, he assaulted a female police officer, who sustained a shoulder injury.
Frank L Maya
a.k.a.
Frank Maya
Assault in the second degree on a peace officer
18-3-203(1)(f) (Colorado Revised Statutes)
Dismissed (By DA) 2 years to 6 years
Criminal mischief
18-4-501(1),(4)(a) (Colorado Revised Statutes)
Dismissed (By DA) Up to 6 months
Assault in the second degree on a peace officer
18-3-203(1)(c) (Colorado Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 2 years to 6 years
Texas v Joey Derek Christian (Galveston County (TX) District Court — MD-0387092)
Awaiting Trial
17-September-2019 (Appear With Attorney)
Joey Derek Christian was the subject of a viral video where he appears to harass a retail worker, using Islamophobic language. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.
Joey Derek Christian Driving while intoxicated
49.09(a) (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted 30 days to 1 year
USA v Richards, Jeffrey (US District Court (Eastern NY) — 1:19-cr-00106-LJV-MJR)
Awaiting Trial
18-September-2019 (Status Conference)
Jeffrey Richards was arrested on drug and weapons charges. He was informed on by multiple informants as being a drug supplier in the Western NY area, and on arrest the FBI found several improvised explosive devices on his property.
Jeffrey Richards Narcotics conspiracy
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Life
Possession with intent to distribute acetyl fentanyl and fentanyl
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1), 841(b)(1)(A) and 841(b)(1)(B) (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Life
Possession with intent to distribute cocaine
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) and 841(b)(1)(C) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Possession with intent to distribute marijuana
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) and 841(b)(1)(D) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Possession with intent to distribute alprazolam
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) and 841(b)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Maintaining a drug-involved premises
21 U.S.C. § 856(a)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Manufacturing controlled substances creating a substantial risk of harm to human life
21 U.S.C. § 858 and 18 U.S.C. § 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Unlawfully making a destructive device
26 U.S.C. § 5822, 5845(a)(8), 5845(f), 5845(i), 5861(f), 5871 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Unlawfully possessing a destructive device
26 U.S.C. § 5841, 5845(a)(8), 5845(f), 5861(f) and 5871 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Unlawfully possessing a destructive device
26 U.S.C. § 5822, 5845(a)(8), 5845(f), 5845(i), 5845(c) and 5871 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Possession of firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking crimes
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A)(i), 924(c)(1)(B)(ii) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Minimum 5 years
Possession of a stolen firearm
18 U.S.C. § 922(j), 924(a)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
State of Florida vs Clayton, Richard Dean (Orange County (Colorado) Court — 2019-CF-011353-A-O)
Awaiting Initial appearance
18-September-2019 (Arraignment)
Richard Clayton was arrested for allegedly posting a threat online referencing a potential attack at a local Walmart. Investigators claim he has a history of posting threats and holds a white supremacist ideology.
Richard Dean Clayton
a.k.a.
Richard Clayton
Written threats to kill or do bodily harm
836.10 (Florida Statutes)
Charged Up to 15 years
USA v Patrick W. Carlineo Jr. (US District Court (Western NY) — 6:19-mj-04052-MWP)
Awaiting Evaluation
18-September-2019 (Status Conference)
Patrick Carlineo allegedly threatened to shoot Rep. Ilhan Omar on a voicemail left on a staffer's mailbox because of her Muslim faith. The government has rejected his initial plea.
Patrick W. Carlineo, Jr.
a.k.a.
Patrick Carlineo
Threatening to assault and murder a United States official
18 U.S.C. § 115(a)(1)(B) and 3351 et seq (United States Code)
Charged Up to 10 years
State of Wisconsin v Matthew J Neumann (Milwaukee County (WI) Circuit Court — 2019CF000204)
Awaiting Trial
20-September-2019 (Final pretrial)
Matthew Neumann is accused of two counts of murder after two bodies were found in a burn pit on a property where a trailer belonging to his business was found. His social media profiles allegedly include Nazi and Confederate images.
Matthew J Neumann
a.k.a.
Matthew Neumann
First degree reckless homicide with a deadly weapon
940.02(1) and 939.63(1)(b) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Indicted Up to 65 years
First degree reckless homicide
940.02(1) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Indicted Up to 60 years
Hiding a corpse (2 counts)
940.11(2) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Indicted Up to 12 years and 6 months
The People of the State of California v Pruitt, Douglass Allan (Alameda County (CA) Superior Court — 19-CR-000171)
Awaiting Trial
23-September-2019 (Pretrial Hearing)
Douglass Pruitt is accussed of a domestic violence incident involving kidnapping and robbery in late 2018. He is known to police and has connections to white supremacist gangs.
Douglass Allan Pruitt
a.k.a.
Douglass Pruitt
Kidnapping with great bodily injury—domestic violence
PC207(a)-F and PC12022.7(e)-F (California Penal Code)
Charged 6 years to 13 years
Corporal injury to relationship partner with great bodily injury—domestic violence
PC273.5-F and PC12022.7(e)-F (California Penal Code)
Charged 4 years to 7 years
Criminal threats with great bodily injury—domestic violence
PC422-F and PC12022.7(e)-F (California Penal Code)
Charged 4 years to 6 years
First degree robbery with great bodily injury—domestic violence
PC211-F and PC12022.7(e)-F (California Penal Code)
Charged 6 years to 11 years
First degree burglary
PC459-F (California Penal Code)
Charged 2 years to 6 years
Assault with a deadly weapon with great bodily injury—domestic violence
PC245(a)(1)-F and and PC12022.7(e)-F (California Penal Code)
Charged 5 years to 9 years
State of Ohio v Dallas Frazier (Hamilton County (OH) Municipal Court — 19CRB19560)
Awaiting Trial
24-September-2019 (Pre-trial Hearing)
Dallas Frazier was caught on film appearing to assault an older man who was protesting a Trump rally. Frazier allegedly left the passenger seat of a pickup truck and assaulted the counter-protester.
Dallas Frazier Assault
2903-13 (Ohio Revised Code)
Charged Up to 6 months
The People of the State of California v Chapman, Kyle (Alameda County (CA) Superior Court — 17-CR-024370)
Awaiting Sentencing
25-September-2019 (Report and Sentencing)
Kyle "Based Stickman" Chapman is the founder of the militant wing of the Proud Boys, the Fraternal Order of the Alt-Knights. A multiple felon, he is pleaded guilty of illegally possessing a weapon in contravention of a court order, after police found him with it while arresting him for taking his vehicle in a prohibited area of federal land.
Kyle Sean Chapman
a.k.a.
Based Stickman
Kyle Chapman
Suspected affiliations:
Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights
Resist Marxism
Possession of a Leaded Cane/Billy Club in Violation of Court Order
PC22210-F (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Nolo Contendere) Minimum 1 year
State of Florida v Corey B Johnson (Palm Beach (FL) Court — 50-2018-CF-002758-AXXX-MB)
Awaiting Trial
27-September-2019 (Status Check)
Corey Johnson is accused of stabbing to death a 13-year old and severely injuring two others at a sleepover. He is alleged to have recently harbored white supremacist views, but had converted to Islam. Johnson is being tried as an adult.
Corey B Johnson
a.k.a.
Corey Johnson
First degree murder
782.04(1)(A)(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted 40 years to Life
Attempted Murder in the first degree with a deadly weapon (2 counts)
782.04(1)(A)(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 15 years
The People of the State of California v Clark, Forrest Gordon (Orange County (CA) Superior Court — 18CF2250)
Awaiting Trial
04-October-2019 (Jury Trial)
Forrest Gordon Clark is accused of starting the Holy Fire in California in the Summer of 2018. An apparent member of RuSA, a sovereign-citizen movement, Clark apparently shared QAnon and other far-right conspiracy theories.
Forrest Gordon Clark
Suspected affiliations:
Republic of the united States of America (RuSA)
Aggravated arson of five or more inhabited structures
451.5(a)(3) (California Penal Code)
Charged 10 years to Life
Arson of inhabited structure or dwelling
451(b), 451.1(a)(4) (California Penal Code)
Charged 3 years to 8 years
Arson of a forest
451(c), 451.1(a)(4) (California Penal Code)
Charged 2 years to 6 years
Criminal threats
422(a) (California Penal Code)
Charged Up to 1 year
Resisting executive officer (2 counts)
69 (California Penal Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
State of Florida v Arthurs, Devon (Hillsborough County (FL) District Court — 17-CF-007587-A)
Awaiting Competency Evaluation
04-October-2019 (Competency Hearing)
Devon Arthurs was the roommate of Brandon Russell and killed his other two roommates who he claimed were planning terrorist attacks against civilian targets.
Devon Arthurs
Suspected affiliations:
Atomwaffen
Murder in the first degree, premeditated with a firearm (2 counts)
782.04(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Life to Death
Kidnapping with a firearm (3 counts)
782.04(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
USA v Kauffman, Corbin (US District Court (Middle PA) — 3:19-mj-00024-KM)
Awaiting Indictment
09-October-2019 (Preliminary Examination)
Corbin Kauffman is alleged to have made several threats against Jewish, Muslim, and Black communities on the fringe social media site, Minds.com. He is also alleged to have vandalized a Chabad house in Maryland.
Corbin Kauffman Interstate communications with intent to injure the person of another
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Charged Up to 5 years
Virginia v Roger Melvin Tackett (Washington County (VA) District Court — GC18008120-00)
Awaiting Preliminary Hearing
10-October-2019 (Preliminary hearing)
Roger Melvin Tackett is accused of murdering a man in his home in Southwestern, VA. Authorities say he has multiple white supremacist tattoos.
Roger Melvin Tackett Use or display of firearm in committing felony
§ 18.2-53.1 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Charged Minimum 3 years
Virginia v Roger Melvin Tackett (Washington County (VA) District Court — GC18008121-00)
Awaiting Preliminary Hearing
10-October-2019 (Preliminary hearing)
Roger Melvin Tackett is accused of murdering a man in his home in Southwestern, VA. Authorities say he has multiple white supremacist tattoos.
Roger Melvin Tackett Malicious wounding
§ 18.2-51 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Charged 5 years to 20 years
Virginia v Roger Melvin Tackett (Washington County (VA) District Court — GC18008118-00)
Awaiting Preliminary Hearing
10-October-2019 (Preliminary hearing)
Roger Melvin Tackett is accused of murdering a man in his home in Southwestern, VA. Authorities say he has multiple white supremacist tattoos.
Roger Melvin Tackett Murder, First Degree
§ 18.2-32 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Charged 20 years to life
Virginia v Roger Melvin Tackett (Washington County (VA) District Court — GC18008119-00)
Awaiting Preliminary Hearing
10-October-2019 (Preliminary hearing)
Roger Melvin Tackett is accused of murdering a man in his home in Southwestern, VA. Authorities say he has multiple white supremacist tattoos.
Roger Melvin Tackett Felon in possession of a weapon
§ 18.2-308.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Charged 1 year to 5 years
Texas v Joffre Cross (Harris County (TX) District Court — 162248001010 - 3)
Awaiting Trial
11-October-2019 (Comprehensive Pretrial Conference)
Joffre Cross is a Patriot Front leader with a prior felony conviction for stealing weapons from the Army. He is a known affiliate of William Fears. He has been charged with multiple counts of illegally possessing weapons and body armor as a felon.
Joffre James Cross
a.k.a.
Joffre Cross
Joffrey Cross
Nathan Goldstein
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Front
Unlawful possession of metal or body armor by felon
§ 46.041 (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted 2 years to 10 years
Texas v Joffre Cross (Harris County (TX) District Court — 162247901010 - 3)
Awaiting Trial
11-October-2019 (Comprehensive Pretrial Conference)
Joffre Cross is a Patriot Front leader with a prior felony conviction for stealing weapons from the Army. He is a known affiliate of William Fears. He has been charged with multiple counts of illegally possessing weapons and body armor as a felon.
Joffre James Cross
a.k.a.
Joffre Cross
Joffrey Cross
Nathan Goldstein
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Front
Felon in Possession of a Firearm
§ 46.04 (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted 2 years to 10 years
Texas v Joffre Cross (Harris County (TX) District Court — 162247801010 - 3)
Awaiting Trial
11-October-2019 (Comprehensive Pretrial Conference)
Joffre Cross is a Patriot Front leader with a prior felony conviction for stealing weapons from the Army. He is a known affiliate of William Fears. He has been charged with multiple counts of illegally possessing weapons and body armor as a felon.
Joffre James Cross
a.k.a.
Joffre Cross
Joffrey Cross
Nathan Goldstein
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Front
Felon in Possession of a Firearm
§ 46.04 (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted 2 years to 10 years
State of Oregon v Christopher Ryan Ponte (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR53033)
Awaiting Trial
15-October-2019 (Call)
Chris Ponte was indicted on Riot charges after he and his group allegedly instigated violence at the Cider Riot incident on May Day 2019 in Portland, OR.
Christopher Ryan Ponte
a.k.a.
Chris Ponte
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Riot
166.015 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Recklessly endangering another person
163.195 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
State of Florida v Shutt, William (Pinellas County (FL) Court — 19-04019-CF)
Awaiting Indictment
18-October-2019 (Pre-trial)
William Shutt is an Army veteran who allegedy shot two men in a vehicle in St. Petersburg, FL, killing Quentin Hicks, a Black man. During his bond hearing, a detective testified that he had evidence of connections to the "alt-right," and that his phone contained video of the Christchurch, NZ shooting.
William John Shutt
a.k.a.
William Shutt
Murder in the second degree with a firearm
782.04(2), 775.087(1) and 775.087(2) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Potentially Life
Attempted murder in the second degree with a firearm
782.04(2), 777.04 and 775.087(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 30 years
State of Missouri v Dmitriy N Andreychenko (Greene County (MO) Judicial Court — 1931-CR04329)
Awaiting Initial Appearance
01-November-2019 (Criminal Setting)
Dmitriy Andreychenko is accused of terroristic threats after he walked through a Walmart heavily armed shortly after the El Paso Walmart shooting. He was held at gunpoint by an armed off-duty firefighter. Andreychenko claims he was running a social experiment about the second amendment.
Dmitriy N Andreychenko
a.k.a.
Dmitriy Andreychenko
Terroristic threat — second degree
574.120 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted Up to 4 years
USA v Williamson, Graham (US District Court (Eastern MS) — 2:19-cr-00032-KS-MTP)
Awaiting Sentencing
05-November-2019 (Sentencing)
Graham Williamson burned a cross outside the home of a Black community in Mississippi.
Graham Williamson Criminal interference with housing rights
42 U.S.C. § 3631(a) and 18 U.S.C. § 2 (United States Code)
Charged (Plea pending) Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to use fire and carry explosive to commit a felony
18 U.S.C. § 844(m) (United States Code)
Charged (Plea pending) Up to 20 years
State of Indiana v Dustin E Passarelli (Marion (IN) Superior Court — 49G04-1902-MR-006769)
Awaiting Trial
27-November-2019 (Pretrial Conference)
Passarelli is accused of chasing down a Muslim man and shooting him twice in the back, killing him.
Dustin E Passarelli
a.k.a.
Dustin Passarelli
Murder
35-42-1-1(1) (Indiana Code)
Indicted 45 years to Death
State of Missouri v Andrew J Vrba (Greene County (MO) Judicial Court — 1831-CR07194)
Awaiting Trial
03-August-2020 (Conference Call)
Andrew Vrba is one of four people accused in the murder of Ally Steinfeld, a transgender teenager. Her body was found mutilated and burned.
Andrew J Vrba
a.k.a.
Andrew Vrba
First degree murder
565.020 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted Life to Death
Armed criminal action
571.015 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted Minimum 3 years
Abandonment of a corpse
194.425 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Indicted Up to 4 years
State of South Carolina v Demetrius Alexander Brown (Sumter County (SC) Municipal Court — 2018A4310100696)
Awaiting Trial
Demetrius Alexander Brown is accused of a murder following a dispute at an auto repair shop. Brown is a self-proclaimed sovereign citizen.
Demetrius Alexander Brown
a.k.a.
Demetrius Brown
Sale or delivery of pistol to unlawful person
16-23-0030 (2012 South Carolina Code of Laws)
Indicted Up to 5 years
State of South Carolina v Demetrius Alexander Brown (Sumter County (SC) Municipal Court — 2018A4310100697)
Awaiting Trial
Demetrius Alexander Brown is accused of a murder following a dispute at an auto repair shop. Brown is a self-proclaimed sovereign citizen.
Demetrius Alexander Brown
a.k.a.
Demetrius Brown
Possessing weapon during violent crime
16-23-0490 (2012 South Carolina Code of Laws)
Indicted Up to 5 years
State of South Carolina v Demetrius Alexander Brown (Sumter County (SC) Municipal Court — 2018A4310100681)
Awaiting Trial
Demetrius Alexander Brown is accused of a murder following a dispute at an auto repair shop. Brown is a self-proclaimed sovereign citizen.
Demetrius Alexander Brown
a.k.a.
Demetrius Brown
Forgery, $10k or more
16-13-0010(A) (2012 South Carolina Code of Laws)
Indicted Up to 10 years
State of South Carolina v Demetrius Alexander Brown (Sumter County (SC) Municipal Court — 2018A4310100682)
Awaiting Trial
Demetrius Alexander Brown is accused of a murder following a dispute at an auto repair shop. Brown is a self-proclaimed sovereign citizen.
Demetrius Alexander Brown
a.k.a.
Demetrius Brown
Forgery, $10k or more
16-13-0010(A) (2012 South Carolina Code of Laws)
Indicted Up to 10 years
North Carolina v. David Steven Bell (Buncombe County (NC) Court — 19CR080538)
Awaiting Trial
David Steven Bell was captured on video shoving and violently punching a young Black girl at an Asheville mall, knocking her out. He was arrested on misdemeanor assault on a minor.
David Steven Bell
a.k.a.
David Bell
Assault on a minor under 12
§ 14-33(C)(3) (North Carolina Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 150 days
USA v Hasson, Christopher Paul (US District Court (Maryland) — 8:19-cr-00096-GJH)
Awaiting Trial
Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson was a United States Coast Guard officer and self-described white nationalist who is accused of owning firearms while a user of a controlled substance.
Christopher Paul Hasson
a.k.a.
Christopher Hasson
Suspected affiliations:
United States Coast Guard
Unlawful possession of unregistered firearms silencers
26 U.S.C. § 5861(d) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Unlawful possession of firearms silencers unidentified by serial number
26 U.S.C. § 5861(i) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Possession of firearm and ammunition by unlawful user or addict of any controlled substance
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Simple possession of Tramadol, a Schedule IV controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 844(a) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
State of South Carolina v Demetrius Alexander Brown (Sumter County (SC) Municipal Court — 2018A4310100670)
Awaiting Trial
Demetrius Alexander Brown is accused of a murder following a dispute at an auto repair shop. Brown is a self-proclaimed sovereign citizen.
Demetrius Alexander Brown
a.k.a.
Demetrius Brown
Murder
16-03-0020 (2012 South Carolina Code of Laws)
Indicted 30 years to Death
USA v Brogan, Michael (US District Court (Eastern NY) — 1:19-cr-00207-NGG)
Awaiting Sentencing
Michael Brogan pleaded guilty to threatening a United States senator. He left a threatening voice mail expressing support for President Trump and antagonism over the senator's stance on reproductive rights.
Michael Brogan Threatening to assault and murder a United States official
18 U.S.C. § 115(a)(1)(B) and 3351 et seq (United States Code)
Charged (Information, Plea Pending) Up to 10 years
USA v Jordan, James L (US District Court (Western VA) — 1:19-mj-00057-PMS)
Awaiting Competency Re-evaluation
James L. Jordan is a self-proclaimed sovereign citizen who had been hiking the Appalachian Trail when he is alleged to have attack several people. He had previously been arrested and cited for his conduct, and hikers had been alerted to him. He's being charged in the special maritime jurisdiction of the United States.
James L. Jordan
a.k.a.
James Jordan
Sovereign
Assault with intent to commit murder
18 U.S.C. § 113 (United States Code)
Charged (Complaint) Up to 20 years
Murder
18 U.S.C. § 1111 (United States Code)
Charged (Complaint) Potentially Life
State of Pennsylvania v Janay Smith (Chester County (PA) Common Pleas Court — CP-15-CR-0000183-2019)
Open
Janay Smith is an alleged Moorish sovereign citizen accused of dragging a police officer for a short time during a traffic stop.
Janay Rebecca Smith
a.k.a.
Janay Smith
Jahnay Rebekkah Bey
Aggravated assault
18 § 2702 §§ A2 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 10 years to 20 years
Aggravated assault
18 § 2702 §§ A3 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 5 years to 10 years
Aggravated assault
18 § 2702 §§ A4 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 5 years to 10 years
Aggravated assault
18 § 2702 §§ A6 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 5 years to 10 years
Fleeing or attempting to elude officer
75 § 3733 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 3.5 years to 7 years
Accidents involving death or personal injury
75 § 3742 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 2.5 years to 5 years
Simple assault
18 § 2701 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 1 years to 2 years
Simple assault
18 § 2701 §§ A3 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 1 years to 2 years
Recklessly endangering another person (2 counts)
18 § 2705 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 1 years to 2 years
Resisting Arrest
18 § 5104 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 1 years to 2 years
Accident involving injury while not properly licensed
75 § 3742.1 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 1 years to 2 years
Failing to stop to render aid
75 § 3744 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 90 days
Failing to notify police of accident
75 § 3746 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 90 days
Failing to notify police of accident
75 § 3746 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 90 days
Reckless driving
75 § 3736 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 90 days
Careless driving
75 § 3714 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 90 days
Duties at stop sign
75 § 3323 §§ B (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 90 days
Aggravated assault
18 § 2702 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged 10 years to 20 years
Attempted first degree murder
18 § 901 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Dismissed Life to Death
Attempted murder of a law enforcement officer of the first degree
18 § 901 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Dismissed Life to Death
USA v Gilreath, Wesley (US District Court (Colorado) — 1:19-cr-00384-RM)
Open
Wesley Gilreath was arrested on charges of allegedly possessing child pornography. He was previously known to federal investigators because he had previously allegedly posted guides online for "hunting" Jews, Muslims, refugees, and others.
Wesley David Gilreath
a.k.a.
Wesley Gilreath
Possession of child pornography (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 2252a(a)(5)(B) and (b)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
State of Georgia v Malachi Qaadir Dorns (Athens-Clarke County (GA) Superior Court — SU18CR0671)
Not Mentally Competent
Malachi Qaadir Dorns is accused of stabbing his brother to death and seriously injuring his mother. A self-identified sovereign citizen, he was ruled incompetent to stand trial pending evaluation.
Malachi Qaadir Dorns Malice Murder
16-5-1(A) (Georgia Code)
Indicted Life to Death
Felony Murder
16-5-1(C) (Georgia Code)
Indicted Life to Death
Aggravated Assault (2 counts)
16-5-21 (Georgia Code)
Indicted 1 year to 20 years
Firearm/knife possession during crime/attempted crime (2 counts)
16-11-106 (Georgia Code)
Indicted 5 years to 10 years
State of Florida v Jordan Joseph Jereb (Leon (FL) Circuit Court — 2016 CF 001379 A)
Closed
Jordan Jereb made headlines in 2018 when he claimed credit for the Parkland school shooting along with his group, Republic of Florida. A subsequent search of his property turned up weapons he was forbidden to possess as part of his probation conditions for a 2016 felony conviction for extortion.
Jordan Joseph Jereb
a.k.a.
Jordan Jereb
Suspected affiliations:
Republic of Florida
Extortion by threats
836.05 (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 1 year and 1 day
The People of the State of California v Peete, Robert (Alameda County (CA) Superior Court — 17-CR-020706)
Closed
Robert Peete was arrested at a Berkeley protest for allegedly hitting a counter-protester with a club. Records show his charges were dismissed in March 2019.
Robert Peete Assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm
PC245(a)(1) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Motion by Court) 2 years to 4 years
Possession of a Leaded Cane/Billy Club
PC22210-F (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Motion by Court) Minimum 1 year
Wearing a mask to evade identification during the commission of a crime
PC185 (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Motion by Court) Up to 1 year
USA v Oelkers, Eric (US District Court (Oregon) — 3:16-cr-00054-BR)
Closed
Eric Oelkers was recently re-arrested for an alleged probation violation following a conviction for Escape, which itself followed on the heels of a federal firearms conviction. He is a known activist in the Portland area.
Eric Floyd Oelkers
a.k.a.
Eric Oelkers
Eric Alt Timbrel
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Escape
18 U.S.C. § 751(a) (United States Code)
Violated (Plea) 8 months + 14 months for probation violation
State of Minnesota v Dennis Duane Vann (Ramsey County (MN) District Court — 62-CR-19-1356)
Closed
Dennis Duane Vann is an alleged sovereign citizen who allegedly led police on on a chase and a standoff where he is accused of having a pig-shaped explosive device.
Dennis Duane Vann Threats of violence, reckless disregard of risk
609.713.1 (Minnesota Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 28 days, 3 years supervised probation
Fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle
609.487.3 (Minnesota Statutes)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 3 years and 1 day
The People of the State of California v Jones, Laquisha (South Central Los Angeles (CA) District Court — TA146529)
Closed
Laquisha Jones pleaded guilty to beating an elderly Mexican man with a brick. She was on probation from a previous incident regarding threats.
Laquisha Jones Mayhem
PC203 (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Not held to answer) 2 years to 8 years
Attempted murder
664-187(A) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Potentially Life
Abuse of elder
368(B)(1) (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 15 years
State of Texas v Bradley Michael Kincheloe (Parker County (TX) 415th District Court — CR17-0720)
Closed
Bradley Kincheloe was convicted of possession and intent to sell methamphetamine. He has a large tattoo of a swastika on his back.
Bradley Michael Kincheloe
a.k.a.
Bradley Kincheloe
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Circle
Felon in Possession of a Firearm
§ 46.04 (Texas Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 2 years to 10 years
USA v Chapman, Kyle (US District Court (Northern CA) — 3:18-cr-00364-EDL)
Closed
Kyle "Based Stickman" Chapman faced legal troubles in Texas for injuring a bar patron with a barstool in Austin, TX in mid-2017. The victim suffered a brain bleed and a broken orbital. He also stands accused of illegally possessing a weapon in California. In this case he was arrested for driving a vehicle illegally on federal land, and had an illegal weapon with him.
Kyle Sean Chapman
a.k.a.
Based Stickman
Kyle Chapman
Suspected affiliations:
Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights
Resist Marxism
Disorderly conduct
36 CFR 2.34(a)(4) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 6 months
Operating a motor vehicle off designated roads and parking area
36 CFR 4.10(a) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 1 year probation
State of Florida v Henderson, Cody Leon (Hillsborough County (FL) Circuit Court — 19-CF-000446-A)
Closed
Cody Henderson was accused of using a gun to steal a phone from a child. He has a swastika tattooed on his face.
Cody Leon Henderson
a.k.a.
Cody Henderson
Robbery with a weapon (<$300)
812.13(1) and (2)(b) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea (Down from 812.13(2)(a))) 74 months
The People of the State of California v Jones, Laquisha (South Central Los Angeles (CA) District Court — TA142570)
Closed
Laquisha Jones pleaded guilty to beating an elderly Mexican man with a brick. She was on probation from a previous incident regarding threats.
Laquisha Jones Threats
PC 422(A) (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Nolo Contendere) 180 days
State of Oregon v Christopher Ryan Ponte (US District Court (Oregon) — 3:17-cr-00442-HZ)
Closed
Chris Ponte is a Patriot Prayer regular in Portland. He has been filmed at many events throughout the Portland area and has run afoul of firearms possession laws. In this case, he successfully sued to have his conviction vacated.
Christopher Ryan Ponte
a.k.a.
Chris Ponte
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Cop Watch
Possessing a firearm as a convicted felon
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Vacated 12 months and 1 day
Virginia v Roger Melvin Tackett (Washington County (VA) District Court — GC18000007-00)
Closed
Roger Melvin Tackett is accused of murdering a man in his home in Southwestern, VA. Authorities say he has multiple white supremacist tattoos.
Roger Melvin Tackett Trespass after having been forbidden to do so
§ 18.2-119 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 years
State of Oregon v Russell Orlando Courtier (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 16CR50154)
Closed
Russell Courtier ran down and killed, Larnell Bruce, Jr., a Black teenager. He confessed to the crime and has affiliations with a white power gang. His girlfriend, Colleen Hunt, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the same incident.
Russell Orlando Courtier
a.k.a.
Russell Courtier
Suspected affiliations:
European Kindred (EK)
Felony Murder
163.115 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Jury) Life
Failure to perform duties of driver to injured persons
811.705(2)(b) (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Jury) Unknown (Life sentence on other count)
Intimidation in the first degree
166.165 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed 1 year to 5 years
Intimidation in the second degree
166.155 (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Jury) Unknown (Life sentence on other count)
State of AZ v Jaffe, Russell (City of Tuscon (AZ) City Court — M1041CM18065732)
Closed
Jaffe was at a PMAZ-organized "free speech" rally when he allegedly attempted to grab a woman's cell phone from her hand. His charges were dropped after completing a diversion program.
Russell Jaffe
a.k.a.
RJ
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Movement AZ (PMAZ)
Assault
13-1203 (Arizona Criminal Code)
Dismissed (Diversion completed) Up to 30 days
USA v Lloyd, Hardy Carroll (US District Court (Western PA) — 2:09-cr-00320-AJS)
Closed
Hardy Lloyd was accused of murdering a woman in Pittsburgh, but was acquitted. He was later convicted on this federal weapons charge, which has seen him violate his probation multiple times. In the latest incident, he is alleged to have made threats against the predominantly-Jewish Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and the US Attorney's Office is seeking to revoke his supervised release.
Hardy Carroll Lloyd
a.k.a.
Hardy Lloyd
Suspected affiliations:
World Church of the Creator
Possessing a firearm as a convicted felon
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 30 months plus 24 months for probation violation
State of Florida v Henderson, Cody Leon (Hillsborough County (FL) Circuit Court — 19-CF-000535-A)
Closed
Cody Henderson is accused of using a gun to steal a phone from a child. He has a swastika tattooed on his face.
Cody Leon Henderson
a.k.a.
Cody Henderson
Child abuse
827.03(1)(b), (2)(c) (Florida Penal Code)
Dismissed (Nolle Prosequi) Up to 5 years
False imprisonment
787.02(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Dismissed (Nolle Prosequi) Up to 5 years
State of Florida v Scott Paul Beierle (Leon (FL) Circuit Court — 2016 MM 001610 A)
Closed
Scott Beierle faced a battery charge in 2016 that was dropped by prosecutors after undergoing pretrial intervention. Beierle later shot dead two women at a Tallahassee yoga studio before killing himself, in what is believed to be an incel-related crime.
Scott Paul Beierle
a.k.a.
Scott Beierle
Battery
784.03(1)(A)(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Dismissed (Pretrial intervention) Up to 1 year
State of South Carolina v Demetrius Alexander Brown (Sumter County (SC) Municipal Court — 2017A4320100003)
Closed
Demetrius Alexander Brown is accused of a murder following a dispute at an auto repair shop. Brown is a self-proclaimed sovereign citizen.
Demetrius Alexander Brown
a.k.a.
Demetrius Brown
Leaving the scene of accident involving unattended vehicle
56-05-1240 and 56-05-6190 (2012 South Carolina Code of Laws)
Convicted (Plea) Time served
State of Wisconsin v Jennifer Lynn Gross (Brown County (WI) Circuit Court — 2018CF001727)
Closed
Jennifer Gross is accused of having hundreds of chemicals in her boyfriend Michael Anderson's basement apartment, apparently for making meth. Investigators found Nazi paraphernalia in the residence.
Jennifer Lynn Gross
a.k.a.
Jennifer Gross
Possession of drug paraphernalia
961.573(1) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea, Amended from 961.65) 30 days
Disorderly conduct
947.01(1) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 90 days
Resisting or obstructing an officer
946.41(1) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (4 months) Up to 9 months
State of Minnesota v Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda (Hennepin County (MN) District Court — 27-CR-19-8554)
Closed
Emmanuel Aranda pleaded guilty to attempted first degree murder for throwing a stranger's young child off a third-story balcony at the Mall of America. The child suffered serious injuries but survived. Aranda was reportedly angry at women and wanted to exact revenge.
Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda
a.k.a.
Emmanuel Aranda
Murder in the first degree, premeditated, attempt to commit
609.185(a)(1) (Minnesota Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 228 months
USA v Bogard, Benjamin (US District Court (Western Texas) — 5:19-cr-00106-DAE)
Closed
Benjamin Bogard is a suspected Atomwaffen member who was interviewed by FBI agents regarding threats of mass violence he posted online. During a search of his phone, agents allegedly found child pornography
Benjamin Joost Bogard
a.k.a.
Benjamin Bogard
Suspected affiliations:
Atomwaffen
Possession of child pornography
18 U.S.C. § 1466a(b)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 80 months
USA v Kless, John (US District Court (Southern FL) — 0:19-cr-60109-RAR)
Closed
John Kless is left multiple voicemails with members of Congress using multiple bigoted slurs and death threats.
John Joseph Kless
a.k.a.
John Kless
Interstate communications with intent to extort — threat to injure
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 12 months and 1 day
Interstate communications with intent to extort — threat to injure
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 5 years
State of Texas v Bradley Michael Kincheloe (Parker County (TX) County Court at Law 1 — CCL1-16-0245)
Closed
Bradley Kincheloe was convicted of possession and intent to sell methamphetamine. He has a large tattoo of a swastika on his back.
Bradley Michael Kincheloe
a.k.a.
Bradley Kincheloe
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Circle
Possession of marijuana, > 2oz, <= 4oz
481.121(b)(2) (Texas Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 60 days
State of Wisconsin v Jennifer Lynn Gross (Winnebago County (WI) Circuit Court — 2018CF000028)
Closed
Jennifer Gross was accused of having hundreds of chemicals in her boyfriend Michael Anderson's basement apartment, apparently for making meth. Investigators found Nazi paraphernalia in the residence. In this case she pleaded no contest to misappropriating credit card/ID data.
Jennifer Lynn Gross
a.k.a.
Jennifer Gross
Misappropriate ID info, repeater enh.
943.201(2)(b) (mod. by 939.62(1)(b)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea (No Contest)) 3 years probation
State of Missouri v James T Grigsby (Texas County (MO) Judicial Court — 17TE-CR00627-01)
Closed
James Thomas Grigsby is one of four people accused in the murder of Ally Steinfeld, a transgender teenager. Her body was found mutilated and burned.
James Thomas Grigsby
a.k.a.
James Grigsby
Abandonment of a corpse
194.425 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 4 years
USA v Bolin, Thomas (US District Court (Western NY) — 6:19-cr-06072-DGL)
Closed
Thomas Bolin was arrested after being investigated for statements made on Facebook in support of the Christchurch, NZ shooter. During the investigation, he lied to FBI agents about whether he possessed firearms.
Thomas Alonzo Bolin
a.k.a.
Peter Vincent
Thomas Bolin
Suspected affiliations:
Odin's Warriors
False statements
18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Time served
State of Missouri v Maria E Terry (St. Louis City (MO) Judicial Court — 1522-CR05331-01)
Closed
Maria Terry pleaded guilty to threatening a Planned Parenthood clinic via Twitter. She has a prior guilty plea for property damage and her probation is being reviewed. Court records show a history of restraining orders, including against Planned Parenthood.
Maria E Terry
a.k.a.
Maria Terry
VVunderVVoman
First degree property damage
569.100 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 3 years probation
Resisting/Interfering with an arrest for a felony
575.150 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 3 years probation
State of Oregon v Christopher Ryan Ponte (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR31668)
Closed
Chris Ponte is a Patriot Prayer regular in Portland. He has been filmed at many events throughout the Portland area and has run afoul of firearms possession laws.
Christopher Ryan Ponte
a.k.a.
Chris Ponte
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Cop Watch
Felon in possession of a firearm
166.270(1) (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 5 years
Felon in possession of a firearm (2 counts)
166.270(1) (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 5 years
State of Indiana v Matthew W. Heimbach (Orange (IN) Superior Court — 59D01-1803-F6-000300)
Closed
Heimbach is a well-known leader of far-right neo-Nazi movements. In this incident, which spelled the end of the Traditionalist Workers Party, he was accused of assaulting his wife and his second-in-command at their compound in Paoli, Indiana. The complex relationship dynamics regarding the event led to widespread mockery online.
Matthew Warren Heimbach
a.k.a.
Matt Heimbach
Suspected affiliations:
Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP)
National Socialist Movement (NSM)
Nationalist Front
Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury
35-42-2-1(c) (Indiana Code)
Convicted (Plea, down from 35-42-2-1.3) 365 days, 287 suspended
Battery
35-42-2-1(c)(1) (Indiana Code)
Dismissed Up to 6 months
State of Florida v Jordan Joseph Jereb (Leon (FL) Circuit Court — 2018 MM 001280 A)
Closed
Jordan Jereb made headlines in 2018 when he claimed credit for the Parkland school shooting along with his group, Republic of Florida. A subsequent search of his property turned up weapons he was forbidden to possess as part of his probation conditions for a 2016 felony conviction for extortion.
Jordan Joseph Jereb
a.k.a.
Jordan Jereb
Suspected affiliations:
Republic of Florida
Making false statement to law enforcement
837.05(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
USA v Hasay, John Jacob (US District Court (Middle PA) — 3:18-cr-00371-JMM)
Closed
John Jacob Hasay was convicted of illegally possessing a machine gun. He had allegedly posted racist and anti-Semitic statements online. Court documents suggest he was a neo-Nazi.
John Jacob Hasay Illegal possession of a machine gun
18 U.S.C. § 922(o) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of an unregistered firearm
26 U.S.C. § 5861(d) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Illegal possession of a machine gun
18 U.S.C. § 922(o) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 24 months
State of Missouri v Isis K Schauer (Texas County (MO) Judicial Court — 17TE-CR00615-01)
Closed
Isis Schauer is one of four people accused in the murder of Ally Steinfeld, a transgender teenager. Her body was found mutilated and burned.
Isis Kailinn Schauer
a.k.a.
Isis Schauer
Second degree murder
565.021 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 20 years (concurrent)
Abandonment of a corpse
194.425 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 4 years (concurrent)
State of Texas v Bradley Michael Kincheloe (Parker County (TX) County Court at Law 1 — CCL1-16-0246)
Closed
Bradley Kincheloe was convicted of possession and intent to sell methamphetamine. He has a large tattoo of a swastika on his back.
Bradley Michael Kincheloe
a.k.a.
Bradley Kincheloe
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Circle
Driving while intoxicated
49.04 (Texas Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 90 days
State of Missouri v Briana Calderas (Pulaski County (MO) Judicial Court — 18PU-CR01696-01)
Closed
Briana Calderas is one of four people accused in the murder of Ally Steinfeld, a transgender teenager. Her body was found mutilated and burned.
Briana Calderas Abandonment of a corpse
194.425 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 4 years
Concealing a felony
575.020 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 4 years (consecutive to count 1)
Tampering with evidence in felony prosecution
574.100 (2017 Missouri Revised Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 4 years (consecutive to count 1)
State of Oregon v Russell Orlando Courtier (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 16CR74377)
Closed
Russell Courtier is accused of running down and killing a Black teenager. He confessed to the crime and has affiliations with a white power gang.
Russell Orlando Courtier
a.k.a.
Russell Courtier
Suspected affiliations:
European Kindred (EK)
Attempt to commit a class B felony
161.405(2)(c) (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 48 months
Unlawful use of a weapon
166.220 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 1 year to 5 years
State of Wisconsin v Michael Tracy Anderson (Brown County (WI) Circuit Court — 2018CF001724)
Closed
Michael Anderson is accused of having hundreds of chemicals in his basement apartment, apparently for making meth. Investigators found Nazi paraphernalia in his residence. His girlfriend, Jennifer Gross, was also arrested during the raid.
Michael Tracy Anderson
a.k.a.
Michael Anderson
Suspected affiliations:
United Aryan Brotherhood
Disorderly conduct
947.01(1) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea, Amended from 940.45(1)) 90 days
Disorderly conduct, domestic abuse enh.
947.01(1) (mod. by 968.075(1)(a)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 90 days
Criminal damage to property, domestic abuse enh.
943.01(1) (mod. by 968.075(1)(a)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 9 months
Possession of drug paraphernalia to manufacture, compound, convert, produce, or store methamphetamine
961.573(1) (mod. by 939.05) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Convicted (Plea, Amended from 961.573(3)(a)) 30 days
Manufacture/deliver amphetamine (<=3g)
961.41(1)(e)1 (mod. by 961.41(1x)) (Wisconsin Statutes)
Dismissed (Amended information) Up to 12 years and 6 months
State of Texas v Bradley Michael Kincheloe (Parker County (TX) County Court at Law 1 — CCL1-16-0241)
Closed
Bradley Kincheloe was convicted of possession and intent to sell methamphetamine. He has a large tattoo of a swastika on his back.
Bradley Michael Kincheloe
a.k.a.
Bradley Kincheloe
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Circle
Assault, causes bodily injury, family violence
22.01 (a)(1) (Texas Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
The People of the State of California v Planer, William (Sacramento County (CA) Superior Court — 17FE011170)
Closed
Planer was arrested at the Sacramento TWP/neo-Nazi gathering where five people were stabbed. He is pleaded guilty to assaulting a counter-demonstrator with a pole or stick. His first trial ended in a mistrial, and he surprisingly pleaded guilty shortly before his second trial was scheduled to begin.
William Scott Planer
a.k.a.
Will Planer
Scott Planer
Wilhelm von Panzer
Suspected affiliations:
Traditionalist Workers Party
Assault with a deadly weapon
PC245(A)(1) (California Penal Code)
Indicted 2 years to 4 years
Assault
PC245(A) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
Riot
PC404(A) (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 4 years
State of Texas v Bradley Michael Kincheloe (Parker County (TX) 415th District Court — CR17-0721)
Closed
Bradley Kincheloe was convicted of possession and intent to sell methamphetamine. He has a large tattoo of a swastika on his back.
Bradley Michael Kincheloe
a.k.a.
Bradley Kincheloe
Suspected affiliations:
Aryan Circle
Manufacture or delivery of substance in penalty group 1 >=4g, < 200g
481.112(d) (Texas Health and Safety Code)
Convicted (Plea) 40 years
State of Oregon v Christopher Ryan Ponte (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 17CR78771)
Closed
Chris Ponte is a Patriot Prayer regular in Portland. He has been filmed at many events throughout the Portland area and has run afoul of firearms possession laws.
Christopher Ryan Ponte
a.k.a.
Chris Ponte
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Cop Watch
Criminal trespass in the second degree
164.245 (Oregon State Code)
Acquitted Up to 30 days
Virginia v Brendan Colin Smith (Fairfax County (VA) District Court — GC19059920-00)
Closed
Brendan Smith was charged for allegedy putting up posters on public buildings. The posters were for neo-Nazi organization Patriot Front. His misdemeanor charge was dismissed.
Brendan Colin Smith
a.k.a.
Brendan Smith
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Front
Damaging public buildings, <$1000
§ 18.2-138 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed Up to 1 year
State v Chapman, Kyle Sean (Travis County (TX) District Criminal Court — D-1-DC-18-300728)
Closed
Kyle "Based Stickman" Chapman faced legal troubles in Texas for injuring a bar patron with a barstool in Austin, TX in mid-2017. The victim suffered a brain bleed and a broken orbital. He also stands accused of illegally possessing a weapon in California.
Kyle Sean Chapman
a.k.a.
Based Stickman
Kyle Chapman
Suspected affiliations:
Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights
Resist Marxism
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon
§ 22.02(a)(2) (Texas Penal Code)
Convicted (Deferred Adjudication Plea) 3 years Deferred Adjudication
US v Heon Jong Yoo (US District Court (Eastern TX) — 6:18-cr-00016-RWS-KNM)
Closed
Heon Jong "Hank" Yoo became famous—and was mocked—for being a Korean white supremacist. A video of him brandishing weapons while singing Dixie became popular online. In 2018, he was convicted of illegal possession of firearms. Yoo is represented himself pro se.
Heon Jong Yoo
a.k.a.
Hank Yoo
Henry Yoo
A Really Bad Goy
Suspected affiliations:
Anti-Communist Action (Anticom)
False statement with respect to information required to be kept by federal firearms licensee (7 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(a)(1)(A) (United States Code)
Convicted (Jury) 60 months
Possession of firearm by prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(4) (United States Code)
Convicted (Jury) 97 months
State of Ohio v Patterson, Apryl L (Muskingum County (OH) Court of Common Pleas — CR2018-0751)
Closed
Apryl Patterson is a former teacher who pleaded guilty to having sex with a student. When in court, she attempted to defend herself as a sovereign citizen.
Apryl L Patterson
a.k.a.
Apryl Patterson
Sexual battery
2907.03(A)(7) (Ohio Revised Code)
Convicted (Plea) 24 months
State of Minnesota v Dennis Duane Vann (Ramsey County (MN) District Court — 62SU-CR-18-575)
Closed
Dennis Duane Vann is an alleged sovereign citizen who allegedly led police on on a chase and a standoff where he is accused of having a pig-shaped explosive device.
Dennis Duane Vann Disorderly conduct
609.72.1(3) (Minnesota Statutes)
Convicted (Plea) 30 days, 21 suspended

The Not-So-Proud Anymore Boys

Proud Boys! U-hu—uh oh. The Proud Boys finally used up their copious spare lives after a brutal gang beatdown was caught on camera after a GOP-sponsored event in Manhattan. The Proud Boys’ leader and founder, Gavin McInnes, has gone on record saying explicitly that the Proud Boys are ‘a gang.’ This is the latest in a sequence of nationwide violent incidents, which ultimately have led to the implosion of the organization and chaos over its leadership. Among its leaders is J.L. van Dyke, a lawyer with a history of threatening journalists, who is himself facing charges in Texas for lying to police.

USA v Stone, Roger (US District Court (Washington DC) — 1:19-cr-00018-ABJ)
Awaiting Trial
25-September-2019 (Pretrial Statement)
Roger Stone is a former adviser of President Donald Trump and is accused of having obstructed official proceedings in the Special Counsel investigation. He is also a Proud Boy, having completed his first degree of membership.
Roger Jason Stone
a.k.a.
Roger Stone
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Obstruction of proceeding
18 U.S.C. § 1505 and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
False statements (5 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Witness tampering
18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
State of Washington v Wolfe, Buckey Z (King County (WA) Superior Court — 19-1-01395-4_SEA)
Awaiting Trial
03-October-2019 (Case Scheduling)
Buckey Wolfe is accused of murdering his brother by stabbing him in the head with a sword. Wolfe had been ranting about conspiracy theories involving lizards on social media, and he told authorities that he believed his brother had turned into a lizard.
Buckey Z Wolfe
a.k.a.
Buckey Wolfe
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Murder in the second degree
9A.32.050(1)(A) (Washington Criminal Code)
Charged Potentially Life
New York v Young, et al (New York Supreme Court — 04041-2018)
Awaiting Trial
11-October-2019 (Sentencing, defs. Kinsman and Hare)
This group of Proud Boys, Proud Boys NY was captured on video engaging in mob violence after an event at the Metropolitan Republican Club in October of 2018. The video shows the mob beating several people on the ground while yelling slurs.
David Jacob
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (4 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 3 months
Riot (Second Degree)
PL 240.05 00 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea, down from 240.05) 5 days community service
Kyle Borello
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (4 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 3 months
Riot (Second Degree)
PL 240.05 00 (New York Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Erik Kaczynski
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (4 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 3 months
Disorderly conduct
PL 240.20 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea, down from 240.05) 5 days community service
Jake Freija
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (4 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 3 months
Disorderly conduct
PL 240.20 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea, down from 240.05) 5 days community service
Geoffrey B Young
a.k.a.
Geoff Young
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 40 weekends
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (3 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea (presumed)) Up to 3 months
Riot (Second Degree)
PL 240.05 00 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 40 weekends
Douglas Lennan
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 days community service
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (3 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 3 months
Riot (Second Degree)
PL 240.05 00 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 days community service
Irvin Antillon
a.k.a.
Irv
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Batallion 49 (B49)
Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights (FOAK)
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (3 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 3 months
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 days community service
Riot (Second Degree)
PL 240.05 00 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 days community service
David E Kuriakose
a.k.a.
David Kuriakose
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (4 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 3 months
Riot (Second Degree)
PL 240.05 00 (New York Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
John W Kinsman
a.k.a.
Jay Kinsman
John Kinsman
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Gang Assault
PL 110-120.07 00 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) 3.5 years to 15 years
Attempted Assault with Intent to Cause Serious Injury with a Weapon
PL 110-120.10 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) 3.5 years to 15 years
Attempted assault with intent to cause physical injury with a weapon
PL 110-120.05 02 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) Up to 4 years
Riot (Second Degree)
PL 240.05 00 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) Up to 1 year
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (2 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) Up to 3 months
Maxwell D Hare
a.k.a.
Maxwell Hare
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys NY
Attempted Gang Assault
PL 110-120.07 00 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) 3 years to 15 years
Attempted assault with intent to cause physical injury with a weapon
PL 110-120.05 02 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) Up to 4 years
Riot (Second Degree)
PL 240.05 00 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) Up to 1 year
Attempted Assault with intent to cause Physical Injury (2 counts)
PL 110-120.00 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Jury) Up to 3 months
State of Oregon v Tusitala John Toese (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 17CR81497)
Recall Warrant
Tusitala 'Tiny' Toese is a well-known figure in the Portland and Pacific Northwest Proud Boy and Patriot Prayer scene. He is known to commit violence at protests, and recently has had a warrant issued for a probation violation stemming from a 2017 case.
Tusitala John Toese
a.k.a.
Tiny
Tusitala Toese
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Proud Boys
Attempt to commit a class A misdemeanor
161.405(2)(e) (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 6 months
Harassment
166.065(3) (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 12 months probation
Disorderly conduct in the second degree
166.025 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 6 months
USA v Clark, Jeffrey (US District Court (District of Columbia) — 1:18-cr-00338)
Closed
Jeffrey Clark is the brother of the late Edward Clark, who allegedly killed himself hours after his Gab contact, Robert Bowers, allegedly murdered eleven people in a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Both Clark brothers were active in the DC alt-right scene, attended Unite the Right in Charlottesville, and were apparently close with organizer Jason Kessler. Jeffrey was charged with weapons charges after his family members contacted the FBI concerned about his social media posts.
Jeffrey Raphiel Clark, Jr.
a.k.a.
Jeffrey Clark
DC Bowl Gang
@PureWhiteEvil
Suspected affiliations:
Vanguard America (suspected)
Bowl Patrol (suspected)
Alt Right (suspected)
Atomwaffen (suspected)
Proud Boys
Unlawful possession of firearms by person who is unlawful user of a controlled substance
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Time Served (approx. 10 months)
Possessing high capacity magazines
§ 7-2506.01 (Code of the District of Columbia)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
Commonwealth of Virginia v Kessler, Jason Eric (Charlottesville City (VA) General District Court — GC17003597-00)
Closed
Jason Kessler was antagonizing protesters the night after he brought the first torch rally to Charlottesville. Though he was using a bullhorn after the allowed hours, the Commonwealth dropped the charges.
Jason Eric Kessler
a.k.a.
Jason Kessler
TheMadDimension
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys (former)
New Byzantium (former)
Disorderly conduct
§ 18.2-415 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (nolle prosequi) Up to 1 year
State of Texas v Jason Lee Vandyke (Denton County (TX) Court — CR-2018-07544-E)
Closed
J.L. van Dyke is a Proud Boy lawyer with a history of making threats against journalists and others. In this case, he called police to report a break-in of his car where firearms were stolen; however, this report was falsified.
Jason Lee Van Dyke
a.k.a.
J.L. van Dyke
Jason Van Dyke
Jason Lee Vandyke
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys
Proud Boys DFW
False report to a police officer
37.08 (Texas Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 24 months probation, 60 hours community service
State of Oregon v Donovon Lyle Flippo (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 18CR43659)
Closed
Donovon Flippo is a regular at Proud Boy and Patriot Prayer events. In this incident he is accused of jumping out of a truck and assaulting a random passer-by. Charges were initially dismissed but revisited after public outcry.
Donovon Lyle Flippo
a.k.a.
Donovon Flippo
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Proud Boys
Assault in the third degree
163.165(2)(a) (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 5 years
Assault in the fourth degree
163.160(2) (Oregon State Code)
Convicted (Plea) 8 days
Disorderly conduct in the second degree
166.025 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed (No complaint) Up to 6 months
Commonwealth of Virginia v Kessler, Jason Eric (Charlottesville City (VA) General District Court — GC17000433-00)
Closed
Jason Kessler was gathering signatures for a petition when an acquaintance of his declined to offer a signature. Jason the punched him. His victim pressed charges, and Jason subsequently lied to take out a false charge.
Jason Eric Kessler
a.k.a.
Jason Kessler
TheMadDimension
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys (former)
New Byzantium (former)
Assault and battery
§ 18.2-57 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 1 year
State of Oregon v Tusitala John Toese (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 17CR55661)
Closed
Tusitala 'Tiny' Toese is a well-known figure in the Portland and Pacific Northwest Proud Boy and Patriot Prayer scene. He is known to commit violence at protests, and recently has had a warrant issued for a probation violation stemming from a 2017 case.
Tusitala John Toese
a.k.a.
Tiny
Tusitala Toese
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Proud Boys
Disorderly conduct in the second degree
166.025 (Oregon State Code)
Dismissed Up to 6 months
Commonwealth of Virginia v Kessler, Jason Eric (Charlottesville City (VA) General District Court — GC17008078-00)
Closed
Jason Kessler was trying to start a new white nationalist organization when the official account of that organization posted the name and physical home address of this site's administrator with intent to harass. However, later evidence showed that though the account was created at Jason's direction, the author of the offending tweet was not Jason.
Jason Eric Kessler
a.k.a.
Jason Kessler
TheMadDimension
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys (former)
New Byzantium (former)
Use of identity to harass or intimidate
§ 18.2-186.4 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (nolle prosequi) Up to 1 year
Commonwealth of Virginia v Kessler, Jason Eric (Albemarle County (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000673-00)
Closed
Jason Kessler was accused of lying on a sworn statement to a magistrate after he was charged with assaulting a man on the Charlottesville downtown mall. Video evidence proved he lied, but the prosecutor failed to establish venue during the trial.
Jason Eric Kessler
a.k.a.
Jason Kessler
TheMadDimension
Suspected affiliations:
Proud Boys (former)
New Byzantium (former)
Perjury
§ 18.2-434 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed (failure to establish venue) Up to 10 years

Pizza Pandemonium

The Pizzagate conspiracy, widely promoted by Alt-Lite trolls and media personalities, has led to the Comet Pizzeria in Washington, DC being targeted for violence multiple times. In one incident, Edgar Maddison Welch entered the restaurant heavily armed. In another, Ryan Jaselskis allegedly broke in and set fire to the facility. Before his alleged attack, Jaselskis posted a video in support of the QAnon conspiracy theory, which the pizzeria seems unable to escape

USA v Jaselskis, Ryan (US District Court (District of Columbia) — 1:19-cr-00064-TJK)
Awaiting Trial
15-October-2019 (Status Conference)
Ryan Jaselskis is accused of setting fire to the Comet Pizzeria that was the center of the Pizzagate conspiracy in 2016. Before the incident he apparently posted a video on YouTube in support of the QAnon conspiracy.
Ryan Jaselskis
a.k.a.
Ryan Rimas
Arson
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) (United States Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
USA v Welch, Edgar Maddison (US District Court (District of Columbia) — 1:16-cr-00232-KBJ)
Closed
Edgar Maddison Welch entered Comet Ping Pong heavily armed with the belief that the restaurant was part of a child trafficking ring. He discharged multiple rounds, though there were no injuries. Comet Ping Pong has been at the heart of the Pizzagate conspiracy since 2016.
Edgar Maddison Welch
a.k.a.
Edgar Welch
Interstate transportation of a firearm and ammunition
18 U.S.C. § 924(b) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 24 months (concurrent)
Assault with intent to commit mayhem or with dangerous weapon
22-402 (District of Columbia Code)
Convicted (Plea) 48 months (concurrent)
Possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime of violence
22-4504(b) (District of Columbia Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 15 years

Rising Above the Riot Act

The Rise Above Movement is a group of hard-right ultra-nationalists based in California. With membership that overlaps the Hammerskins, the largest white nationalist group in the United States RAM formed in late-2016. Throughout 2017, the group traveled to several rallies in California in addition to attending Unite the Right in Charlottesville. They were captured on video acting violently at many of these events, leading to a major exposé by Pro Publica, and ultimately eight members were indicted on federal riot charges.

USA v Daley et al (US District Court (Western Va) — 3:18-cr-00025-NKM-JCH)
Awaiting Sentencing, def. White
25-November-2019 (Sentencing, def. White)
These four defendants are traveled to political rallies across the country to engage in violence, including events in Berkeley, CA and Unite the Right in Charlottesville, VA on August 12, 2017. They each pleaded guilty to Conspiracy to Riot.
Benjamin Drake Daley
a.k.a.
Ben Daley
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (RAM)
Conspiracy to Riot
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 37 months
Riots
18 U.S.C. § 2101 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 5 years
Michael Paul Miselis
a.k.a.
Michael Miselis
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (RAM)
Conspiracy to Riot
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 27 months
Riots
18 U.S.C. § 2101 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 5 years
Thomas Walter Gillen
a.k.a.
Tom Gillen
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (RAM)
Conspiracy to Riot
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 33 months
Riots
18 U.S.C. § 2101 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 5 years
Cole Evan White
a.k.a.
Cole White
Cole Bán
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (RAM)
Conspiracy to Riot
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Convicted (Pending Plea Acceptance) Up to 5 years
Riots
18 U.S.C. § 2101 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Pending Plea Acceptance) Up to 5 years
The People of the State of California v Butts, Skyler Gene (San Bernadino (CA) Criminal Court — FVI19001460)
Awaiting Trial
Skyler Butts is an alleged flat-earther and white supremacists who was arrested on felony vandalism charges after a year-long investigation. His graffiti was in support of white nationalist group RAM.
Skyler Gene Butts
a.k.a.
Skyler Butts
Skylar Butts
Butts
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement
Vandalism
PC594(A) (California Penal Code)
Charged Up to 1 year
US v Rundo et al (US District Court (Central Ca) — 2:18-cr-00759-CJC)
Closed
This is the second group of eight total members of the Rise Above Movement alleged to have conspired to commit, and participated in, acts of violence at political rallies across the country in 2017. These four members were accused of violence at multiple rallies in California in 2017. Charges against them were dismissed when the law was ruled to be unconstitutional.
Robert Paul Rundo
a.k.a.
Robert Rundo
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (RAM)
Conspiracy to Riot
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Unconstitutionally overbroad) Up to 5 years
Riots
18 U.S.C. § 2101 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Unconstitutionally overbroad) Up to 5 years
Robert Boman
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (RAM)
Conspiracy to Riot
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Unconstitutionally overbroad) Up to 5 years
Riots
18 U.S.C. § 2101 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Unconstitutionally overbroad) Up to 5 years
Tyler Laube
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (RAM)
Conspiracy to Riot
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea Withdrawn) Up to 5 years
Riots
18 U.S.C. § 2101 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea Withdrawn) Up to 5 years
Aaron Eason
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (RAM)
Conspiracy to Riot
18 U.S.C. § 371 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Unconstitutionally overbroad) Up to 5 years
Riots
18 U.S.C. § 2101, 2(a) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Unconstitutionally overbroad) Up to 5 years
The People of the State of California v Kounelis, John (San Bernadino (CA) Criminal Court — MSB17009136)
Closed
John Kounelis is one of three people arrested for allegedly attacking a counterprotester's car at an anti-Islam rally in San Bernadino. Court documents in the federal case against the Rise Above Movement in Central California District Court show that the three men arrested were wearing the same kind of mask as the RAM rioters.
John Kounelis
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (suspected)
Fight or challenging to fight in public place
PC415(1) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 90 days
Disturb by loud/unreasonable noise
PC415(2)-I (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 2 days (in lieu of entire fine)
Failure to appear
PC1320(A) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 6 months
The People of the State of California v Sanchez, Ryan (San Bernadino (CA) Criminal Court — MSB17009137)
Closed
Ryan Sanchez is one of three people arrested for allegedly attacking a counterprotester's car at an anti-Islam rally in San Bernadino. Court documents in the federal case against the Rise Above Movement in Central California District Court show that the three men arrested were wearing the same kind of mask as the RAM rioters.
Ryan Sanchez
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (suspected)
Fight or challenging to fight in public place
PC415(1) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 90 days
Disturb by loud/unreasonable noise
PC415(2)-I (California Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 2 days (in lieu of $200)
The People of the State of California v Koefoot, Daniel George (San Bernadino (CA) Criminal Court — MSB17009138)
Closed
Daniel Koefoot is one of three people arrested for allegedly attacking a counterprotester's car at an anti-Islam rally in San Bernadino. Court documents in the federal case against the Rise Above Movement in Central California District Court show that the three men arrested were wearing the same kind of mask as the RAM rioters. Prosecutors dropped the charges against Daniel in June 2019.
Daniel George Koefoot
a.k.a.
Daniel Koefoot
Suspected affiliations:
Rise Above Movement (suspected)
Fight or challenging to fight in public place
PC415(1) (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Motion of the people) Up to 90 days
Malicious mischief
PC594 (California Penal Code)
Dismissed (Motion of the people) Up to 1 year

The Right, United

Unite the Right was the biggest gathering of white supremacists in decades. Naturally, when Nazis gather, Nazis do violence. Four of these men were arrested for the brutal gang beatdown of Deandre Harris. Some were charged for his unnecessary deployment of a chemical agent during a minor scuffle in which his side outnumbered the other 10 to 1. And most brutally, James Fields is facing multiple life sentences–or even death–for his alleged terroristic vehicle attack. The Right is uniting in prison.

Virginia v Wil Smith (Albemarle County (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000598-00)
Capias Issued
Wil Smith, one of Azzmador's bodyguards, is accused of deploying pepper spray at the small group of counter-protesters at the Thomas Jefferson statue at UVa on August 11, 2017, during the tiki torch march.
Wil Zachary Smith
a.k.a.
Wil Atteberry
Wil Smith
Wilton Smith
Sir Wilton de Vale
Dragonarm
Suspected affiliations:
Daily Stormer
Maliciously Releasing Gas
§ 18.2-312 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Virginia v Robert Ray (Albemarle County (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000597-00)
Capias Issued
Robert 'Azzmador' Ray is accused of deploying pepper spray at the small group of counter-protesters at the Thomas Jefferson statue at UVa on August 11, 2017, during the tiki torch march.
Robert Warren Ray
a.k.a.
Azzmador
Robert Ray
Suspected affiliations:
Daily Stormer
Vanguard America
Patriot Front
Maliciously Releasing Gas
§ 18.2-312 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Virginia v Jacob Goodwin (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000297-01)
Closed
Jacob Goodwin was convicted by a jury of beating Deandre Harris during Unite the Right in Charlottesville in August of 2017.
Jacob Scott Goodwin
a.k.a.
Jacob Goodwin
donkeykickboxes
Suspected affiliations:
Nationalist Front (NF)
Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP)
Shieldwall Network
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 10 years (2 suspended)
Virginia v Tyler Davis (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR18000078-01)
Closed
Tyler Davis pleaded no contest to being part of the mob that beat Deandre Harris during Unite the Right in Charlottesville in August of 2017.
Tyler Watkins Davis
a.k.a.
Tyler Davis
Suspected affiliations:
Nationalist Front
League of the South
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years, 7 years and 2 months suspended
Virginia v Dan Borden (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000285-01)
Closed
Dan Borden pleaded guilty to the malicious mob beating of Deandre Harris in the Market Street Parking garage during Unite the Right in Charlottesville in August of 2017.
Daniel Patrick Borden
a.k.a.
Dan Borden
Suspected affiliations:
Nationalist Front (NF) (suspected)
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 20 years (all but 46 months suspended)
Virginia v Christopher C. Cantwell (Albemarle County (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000845-00)
Closed
Chris Cantwell pepper sprayed a group of students and community members at the tiki torch march on August 11, 2017, including the administrator of this site. The subject of the Vice documentary Charlottesville: Race and Terror, his bravado turned to tears when he learned of his arrest warrant, giving him the nickname "the Crying Nazi."
Christopher Charles Cantwell
a.k.a.
Chris Cantwell
Crying Nazi
Suspected affiliations:
Radical Agenda
Free State Project (former)
Assault
§ 18.2-57(a) (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea, down from 18.2-312 Malicious Release of Gas) 1 year (258 days suspended)
Virginia v Dennis Mothersbaugh (Charlottesville City (VA) District Court — GC17007769-00)
Closed
Mothersbaugh was a participant at Unite the Right in Charlottesville, VA in 2017 when he was filmed walking out of the park and viciously punching a woman in the face for no reason.
Dennis Lloyd Mothersbaugh
a.k.a.
Dennis Mothersbaugh
Assault
§ 18.2-52 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Bench Trial) 360 days, 120 suspended, $1500 fine
Virginia v Richard Preston (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000298-01)
Closed
Richard Preston was filmed firing a gun at Corey Long during Unite the Right in Charlottesville in August of 2017. He was charged with discharging a firearm within 1000 feet of a school, a charge that rarely stands alone.
Richard Wilson Preston Jr.
a.k.a.
Richard Preston
Suspected affiliations:
Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
Confederate White Knights of the KKK
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (nolo contendere) 4 years
Virginia v Christopher C. Cantwell (Albemarle County (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000784-01)
Closed
Cantwell admitted to violating the terms of his bond by contacting and harassing one of his accusers, who is also the administrator of this site.
Christopher Charles Cantwell
a.k.a.
Chris Cantwell
Crying Nazi
Suspected affiliations:
Radical Agenda
Free State Project (former)
Bond Violation
§ 19.2-306 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to
Virginia v Christopher C. Cantwell (Albemarle County (VA) District Court — GC17011630-00)
Closed
Chris Cantwell pepper sprayed a group of students and community members at the tiki torch march on August 11, 2017, including the administrator of this site. The subject of the Vice documentary Charlottesville: Race and Terror, his bravado turned to tears when he learned of his arrest warrant, giving him the nickname "the Crying Nazi."
Christopher Charles Cantwell
a.k.a.
Chris Cantwell
Crying Nazi
Suspected affiliations:
Radical Agenda
Free State Project (former)
Malicious use of a caustic agent
§ 18.2-52 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed 5 years to 20 years
Virginia v Christopher C. Cantwell (Albemarle County (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000784-00)
Closed
Chris Cantwell pepper sprayed a group of students and community members at the tiki torch march on August 11, 2017, including the administrator of this site. The subject of the Vice documentary Charlottesville: Race and Terror, his bravado turned to tears when he learned of his arrest warrant, giving him the nickname "the Crying Nazi."
Christopher Charles Cantwell
a.k.a.
Chris Cantwell
Crying Nazi
Suspected affiliations:
Radical Agenda
Free State Project (former)
Assault
§ 18.2-57(a) (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (Plea, down from 18.2-312 Malicious Release of Gas) 1 year (258 days suspended)
Virginia v Alex Ramos (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000299-01)
Closed
Alex Ramos was convicted by a jury for his role in beating Deandre Harris in the Market Stree Parking Garage during Unite the Right in Charlottesville in 2017.
Alex Michael Ramos
a.k.a.
Alex Ramos
Suspected affiliations:
Three Percenters
Oathkeepers (suspected)
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 6 years
Virginia v Christopher C. Cantwell (Albemarle County (VA) District Court — GC17011628-00)
Closed
Chris Cantwell pepper sprayed a group of students and community members at the tiki torch march on August 11, 2017, including the administrator of this site. The subject of the Vice documentary Charlottesville: Race and Terror, his bravado turned to tears when he learned of his arrest warrant, giving him the nickname "the Crying Nazi."
Christopher Charles Cantwell
a.k.a.
Chris Cantwell
Crying Nazi
Suspected affiliations:
Radical Agenda
Free State Project (former)
Malicious use of a caustic agent
§ 18.2-52 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Dismissed 5 years to 20 years
USMC v Vasillios Pistolis (United States Marine Corps — )
Closed
Former Lance Corporal Pistolis was accused of disobeying a general order and making false statements regarding his attendance and behavior at Unite the Right in Charlottesville in 2017. He was given a Summary Court Martial by the Marines, demoted to E1, sentenced to 28 days in the brig, and administratively separated from the Corps in 2018. He was the subject of a Pro Publica investigation and documentary and was caught bragging about assaulting the administrator of this website.
Vasillios Pistolis
a.k.a.
VasilistheGreek
Suspected affiliations:
Atomwaffen
Traditionalist Workers Party
Failure to Obey an Order or Regulation
Article 92 (Uniform Code of Military Justice)
Convicted 28 days, demotion to E-1, discharge
Making false statements
Article 107 (Uniform Code of Military Justice)
Convicted 28 days, demotion to E-1, discharge

Tracking Terror

There is no gentle way to say it. White supremacist terror is on the rise. Because domestic terror statutes don’t often apply penalties except in rare cases, many of the perpetrators aren’t prosecuted as terrorists. However, a domestic terror definition does exist, and it is necessary to call mass violence by its name: terrorism. These are the people who stand accused, or convicted, of crimes of terrorism or crimes that could fit a definition of terrorism.

State of Florida v Walter Stolper (Miami-Dade County (FL) Circuit Court — F-18-014121)
Awaiting Trial
18-September-2019 (Felony Sounding)
Walter Stolper is accused of threatening to and preparing to blow up a predominantly-Jewish condominium facility in 2018. A search of his residence revealed a trove of Nazi memorabilia.
Walter Edward Stolper
a.k.a.
Walter Stolper
Attempted Murder in the First Degree with a Deadly Weapon
782.04 (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 15 years
Arson
806.01 (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 30 years
Possession of a destructive device with intent to disrupt private affairs
790.161(2) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 15 years
State of Florida v Cruz, Nikolas (Broward County (FL) District Court — 18001958CF10A)
Awaiting Trial
25-October-2019 (Hearing/Status Conference)
Nikolas Cruz is accused of having killed 24 students at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Cruz is reported to have had swastikas etched on his rifle magazines.
Nikolas Jacob Cruz
a.k.a.
Nikolas Cruz
Murder in the first degree (17 counts)
782.04(1)(a) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Life to Death
Attempted murder in the first degree (17 counts)
782.04(1)(a) (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
State of Florida v Cruz, Nikolas (Broward County (FL) District Court — 18014129CF10A)
Awaiting Trial
25-October-2019 (Hearing/Status Conference)
Nikolas Cruz is accused of having killed 24 students at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Cruz is reported to have had swastikas etched on his rifle magazines. In this case, he is accused of assaulting a jail guard.
Nikolas Jacob Cruz
a.k.a.
Nikolas Cruz
Attempted aggravated battery of a law enforcement officer
784.02(2)d (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 15 years
Battery of a law enforcement officer
784.02(2)b (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Depriving a law enforcement officer of a means of protection or communications
843.025 (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Criminal attempt
777.04(4)E (Florida Penal Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
USA v Bowers (US District Court (Western PA) — 2:18-cr-00292-DWA)
Awaiting Trial
31-October-2019 (Status Conference)
Robert Bowers is accused of killing eleven people and injuring several others during Shabbat services at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA in October of 2018.
Robert Bowers
a.k.a.
onedingo
Obstruction of Exercise of Religious Belief Resulting in Death (11 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and (d)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Death
Hate crime act resulting in death (11 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B)(i) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Use of a Firearm to Commit Murder During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence (11 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A)(iii), 924(c)(1)(C), and 924(j)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Death
Obstruction of Free Exercise of Religious Belief Involving an Attempt to Kill and Use of a Dangerous Weapon, and Resulting in Bodily Injury (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2), 247(d)(1), and 247(d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Hate crime act involving an attempt to kill (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B)(ii) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Obstruction of Exercise of Religious Belief Involving an Attempt to Kill and Use of a Dangerous Weapon, and Resulting in Bodily Injury to a Public Safety Officer (8 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2), 247(d)(1), and 247(d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Use and Discharge of a Firearm During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence (14 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A)(i), 924(c)(1)(A)(ii), 924(c)(1)(A)(iii), and 924(c)(1)(C) (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Life
Obstruction of Exercise of Religious Belief Involving Use of a Dangerous Weapon, and Resulting in Bodily Injury to a Public Safety Officer (3 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and 247(d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
USA v Kaster, Wesley Brian (US District Court (Western Missouri) — 2:19-cr-04031-BCW)
Awaiting Trial
14-November-2019 (Pretrial Conference)
Wesley Brian Kaster is accused of firebombing a Planned Parenthood facility in Boone County, Missouri.
Wesley Brian Kaster Explosive materials — malicious damage to federal property
18 U.S.C. § 844(f)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Explosive materials — malicious use
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) (United States Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
USA v Hari et al (US District Court (Central IL) — 2:18-cr-20014-SLD-EIL)
Awaiting Trial
15-November-2019 (Status Conferece, def. Hari)
These four defendants are accused of bombing a mosque and a women's health center in 2018.
Michael Hari
Suspected affiliations:
White Rabbits (fka Patriot Freedom Fighters)
Unlawful possession of a machine gun
18 U.S.C. § 922(o) and 924(a)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to interfere with commerce by threats and violence
18 U.S.C. § 1951 and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Attempted Arson
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Illegal possession of a firearm by a felon
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Joe Morris
Suspected affiliations:
White Rabbits (fka Patriot Freedom Fighters)
Unlawful possession of a machine gun
18 U.S.C. § 922(o) and 924(a)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to interfere with commerce by threats and violence
18 U.S.C. § 1951 and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Attempted Arson
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Michael McWhorter
Suspected affiliations:
White Rabbits (fka Patriot Freedom Fighters)
Unlawful possession of a machine gun
18 U.S.C. § 922(o) and 924(a)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to interfere with commerce by threats and violence
18 U.S.C. § 1951 and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Attempted Arson
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Michael McWhorter
Suspected affiliations:
White Rabbits (fka Patriot Freedom Fighters)
Unlawful possession of a machine gun
18 U.S.C. § 922(o) and 924(a)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to interfere with commerce by threats and violence
18 U.S.C. § 1951 and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Attempted Arson
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Ellis Mack
a.k.a.
EJ
Suspected affiliations:
White Rabbits (fka Patriot Freedom Fighters)
Unlawful possession of a machine gun
18 U.S.C. § 922(o) and 924(a)(2) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 10 years
Conspiracy to interfere with commerce by threats and violence
18 U.S.C. § 1951 and 2 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 20 years
State of Pennsylvania v Robert Bowers (Allegheny County (PA) Magisterial District Court — MJ-05003-CR-0009000-2018)
Inactive Pending Federal Case
Robert Bowers is accused of killing eleven people and injuring several others during Shabbat services at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA in October of 2018.
Robert Bowers
a.k.a.
onedingo
Criminal homicide (11 counts)
18 § 2501 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Life to Death
Aggravated assault (2 counts)
18 § 2702 §§ A1 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 20 years
Aggravated assault (4 counts)
18 § 2702 §§ A2 (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 20 years
Ethnic intimidation (13 counts)
18 § 2710 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Up to 20 years
Attempted criminal homicide (6 counts)
18 § 901 §§ A (Pennsylvania Criminal Code)
Charged Life to Death
USA v Hari et al (US District Court (MN) — 0:18-cr-00150-DWF-HB)
Awaiting Trial
These four defendants are accused of bombing a mosque and a women's health center in 2018.
Michael Hari
Suspected affiliations:
White Rabbits (fka Patriot Freedom Fighters)
Intentionally defacing, damaging, and destroying religious property
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(1) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Intentionally obstructing free exercise of religious beliefs
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Conspiracy to commit federal felonies by means of fire and explosives
18 U.S.C. § 844(h) and 844(m) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Carrying and using a destructive device during and in relation to crimes of violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(B)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Minimum 30 years
Possession of an unregistered destructive device
18 U.S.C. § 5845(a) and 5861(d) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Michael McWhorter
Suspected affiliations:
White Rabbits (fka Patriot Freedom Fighters)
Intentionally defacing, damaging, and destroying religious property
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(1) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Intentionally obstructing free exercise of religious beliefs
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Conspiracy to commit federal felonies by means of fire and explosives
18 U.S.C. § 844(h) and 844(m) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Carrying and using a destructive device during and in relation to crimes of violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(B)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Minimum 30 years
Joe Morris
Suspected affiliations:
White Rabbits (fka Patriot Freedom Fighters)
Intentionally defacing, damaging, and destroying religious property
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(1) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Intentionally obstructing free exercise of religious beliefs
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Conspiracy to commit federal felonies by means of fire and explosives
18 U.S.C. § 844(h) and 844(m) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Carrying and using a destructive device during and in relation to crimes of violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(B)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted Minimum 30 years
USA v Varnell, Jerry (US District Court (Western Oklahoma) — 5:17-cr-00239-D)
Awaiting Sentencing
Jerry Varnell was convicted of a bomb plot to blow up the BancFirst building in Oklahoma City. FBI agents were tipped off and went undercover, assembling a fake bomb which Varnell tried to set off.
Jerry Drake Varnell
a.k.a.
Jerry Varnell
Suspected affiliations:
Three Percenters (suspected)
Malicious attempted destruction of property used in and affecting interstate commerce
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) (United States Code)
Convicted (Jury) 5 years to 20 years
Attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction
18 U.S.C. § 2332a (United States Code)
Convicted (Jury) Potentially Life
State of Texas v Patrick Wood Crusius (El Paso County (TX) Court — 2019-PFILE10212)
Awaiting Initial Appearance
Patrick Crusius is accused of committing a mass shooting at an El Paso Walmart where 22 people died. Investigators claim he was targeting Mexicans. He allegedly posted a manifesto online just before the attack.
Patrick Wood Crusius
a.k.a.
Patrick Crusius
Capital murder
19.03 (Texas Penal Code)
Charged Life to Death
US vs. Allen et al (US District Court (Kansas) — 6:16-cr-10141-EFM)
Closed
These three militia-affiliated defendants were convicted in a jury trial for plotting to blow up a mosque in Kansas in 2016.
Curtis Wayne Allen
a.k.a.
Curtis Allen
Suspected affiliations:
The Crusaders
Conspiracy to Use a Weapon of Mass Destruction
18 U.S.C. § 2 and 2332(a)(2) (United States Code)
Convicted (jury) 300 months
Conspiracy against Rights
18 U.S.C. § 241 (United States Code)
Convicted (jury) 120 months (concurrent)
Unlawful Possession of Firearm
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(9) and 924(a)(2) (United States Code)
Dismissed Up to 10 years
Patrick Eugene Stein
a.k.a.
Patrick Stein
Suspected affiliations:
The Crusaders
Conspiracy to Use a Weapon of Mass Destruction
18 U.S.C. § 2 and 2332(a)(2) (United States Code)
Convicted (jury) 360 months
Conspiracy against Rights
18 U.S.C. § 241 (United States Code)
Convicted (jury) 120 months (concurrent)
Using a Firearm During a Crime of Violence (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(a) (United States Code)
Dismissed Up to 10 years
Gavin Wayne Wright
a.k.a.
Gavin Wright
Suspected affiliations:
The Crusaders
Conspiracy to Use a Weapon of Mass Destruction
18 U.S.C. § 2 and 2332(a)(2) (United States Code)
Convicted (jury) 300 months
Conspiracy against Rights
18 U.S.C. § 241 (United States Code)
Convicted (jury) 120 months (concurrent)
Making False Statements
18 U.S.C. § 1001 (United States Code)
Convicted (jury) 12 months (consecutively)
USA v Fields (US District Court (Western Va) — 3:18-cr-00011-MFU)
Closed
James Fields is murdered Heather Heyer and injuring dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Vanguard America
Disdain for Plebs
Hate Crime Act Resulting in Death
18 U.S.C. § 249 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Hate Crime Act Including Intent to Kill (28 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life (each count, all concurrent but consecutive to count 1)
Bias-Motivated Interference with Federally Protected Activity Resulting in Death
18 U.S.C. § 245 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Potentially Death
USA v Sayoc (US District Court (Southern NY) — 1:18-cr-00820-JSR)
Closed
Cesar Sayoc is mailed at least 16 package bombs to US politicians and media figures in a mass assassination attempt in October of 2018. He entered a guilty plea to 65 counts in March of 2019.
Cesar Altieri Sayoc
a.k.a.
Cesar Altieri
Cesar Sayoc
Cesar Randazzo
Cesar Altieri Randazzo
Use of a weapon of mass destruction (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 2332a(a)(2) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
Interstate transportation and receipt of explosives (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 844(d) and 2 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
Threatening interstate communications (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 years
Illegal mailing of explosives (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 1716(j)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
Use of explosives to commit a felony
18 U.S.C. § 844(h) and 2 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years, consecutive to other counts
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-01)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Murder, First Degree
§ 18.2-32 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) Life
USA v Wilson - Taylor Michael (US District Court (Nebraska) — 4:18-cr-03005-JMG-CRZ-1)
Closed
Taylor Wilson pleaded guilty to an act of domestic terrorism for attempting to derail an Amtrak train in Nebraska in October of 2017. He was armed during the attack and subsequent searches of his property revealed illegal weapons. Wilson was photographed next to James Fields during Unite the Right in Charlottesville and was also caught on video being violent during the torch march.
Taylor Michael Wilson
a.k.a.
Taylor Wilson
keksmix
Suspected affiliations:
Identity Evropa
Traditionalist Workers Party
Terrorist attacks and other violence against railroad carriers
18 U.S.C. § 1992(a)(1),(10) and (b1)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 14 years
Terrorist attacks and other violence against railroad carriers
18 U.S.C. § 1992(a)(6),(10) and (b1)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Potentially Life
Unlawful possession of a machine gun
18 U.S.C. § 922(o) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Unlawful possession of a firearm with serial number removed
18 U.S.C. § 922(k) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 5 years
Unlawful possession of an unregistered firearm
26 U.S.C. § 5861(d) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Unlawful possession of an unregistered firearm
26 U.S.C. § 5861(d) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
New York v James H. Jackson (New York Superior Court — 01136-2017)
Closed
James Jackson drove from Baltimore to New York City, where he found an older Black man and stabbed him to death with a sword. Two days later, he turned himself in, claiming he wanted to go on a killing spree of Black men to prevent interracial relationships.
James Harris Jackson
a.k.a.
James Jackson
Murder in the first degree as an act of terrorism
PL 125.27 1A (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Murder in the second degree as an act of terrorism
PL 125.25 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Murder in the second degree as a hate crime
PL 125.25 01 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) Life
Criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree (9 counts)
PL 265.01 02 (New York Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 1 year
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-07)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-06)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-10)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 20 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-09)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-05)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Failure to stop for an accident resulting in death
§ 46.2-894 (Virginia Motor Vehicle Code)
Convicted (jury) 9 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-04)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-08)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Aggravated Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 70 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-03)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 20 years
USA v Russell, Brandon Clint (US District Court (Florida Middle) — 8:17-cr-00283-SCB-JSS)
Closed
Brandon Russell pleaded guilty to illegal possession of explosives. A founder of Atomwaffen, Russell was one of four members of the violent far-right group to live together. One of his roommates killed the other two, fearing a terror attack. Russell was eventually arrested while transporting explosives to the Florida Keys.
Brandon Clint Russell
a.k.a.
Brandon Russell
Suspected affiliations:
Atomwaffen
Possession of an unregistered destructive device
26 U.S.C. § 5841, 5861(d), and 5871 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 60 months
Improper storage of explosive materials
18 U.S.C. § 842(j), 844(b), and 27 CFR § 555.201 et seq (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 12 months
USA v Estes, Michael Christopher (US District Court (Western North Carolina) — 1:17-cr-00142-MOC-DLH)
Closed
Michael Christopher Estes planted an explosive device in the Asheville Regional Airport in 2017. Airport security found the device before it went off, and Estes was tracked through his purchase history. His statements indicated he was preparing to fight a war on U.S. soil.
Michael Christopher Estes Attempted malicious use of explosive materials
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 20 years
Unlawful possession of explosive materials in an airport
18 U.S.C. § 844(g) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 5 years
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-02)
Closed
James Fields murdered Heather Heyer and injured dozens more in a hate crime in Charlottesville, VA when he drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters on a closed street during Unite the Right in August of 2017. Former Attorney General Sessions also described it as an act of domestic terrorism.
James Alex Fields
a.k.a.
James Fields
Alex Fields
Suspected affiliations:
Disdain For Plebs (suspected)
Malicious Wounding
§ 18.2-51.2 (Virginia Criminal Code)
Convicted (jury) 20 years

Vanilla Gorillas

Federal agents took down a white supremacist drug ring in Georgia in a sting called “Operation Vanilla Gorilla.” Over 40 people were indicted on drug trafficking and weapons crimes. The group is believed to have ties to the Aryan Nation.

USA v McCloskey et al (US District Court (Southern Georgia) — 4:18-cr-00260-RSB-JEG)
Awaiting Trial
17-September-2019 (Sentencing Hearing, def. McCarthy)
These forty-three individuals were taken down in a federal sting called Operation Vanilla Gorilla. They stand accused of running a drug trafficking operation.
David McCloskey
a.k.a.
Larchmont
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 165 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine >50g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Mike Penfield
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 175 months
Distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g) (4 counts)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Distribution of controlled substance (heroin)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Nick Penfield
a.k.a.
Picnic
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 210 months
Distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine) (2 counts)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Cody Penfield
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 162 months
Distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Adam Cushman
a.k.a.
Cush
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 108 months
Distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Devon Aines
a.k.a.
Devon Johnson
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 171 months
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Distribution of controlled substance (marijuana)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 1 year
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Trevor Aines
a.k.a.
Sticks
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea, lesser included) 5 years to 40 years
Distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Avery Wiggins
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea, lesser included) Up to 20 years
Tyler Shuman
a.k.a.
Sticks
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamine) (2 counts)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession and concealment of counterfeit obligations
18 U.S.C. § 472 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Aaron McCarthy
a.k.a.
Mustang Aaron
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 20 years
Distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Distribution of controlled substance (heroin)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Darron J. Driggers
a.k.a.
Darron Driggers
Ebay
DJ
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea, lesser included) 57 months
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 57 months
Crystal Wilson
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 65 months
Cody Eubanks
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 90 months
Robert Fuller
a.k.a.
Robbie
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 100 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Baby Dwayne Garrison
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 145 months
Jennifer J. Grooms
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 55 months
Distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Marcus Logan-Greco
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 170 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (heroin)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Brandon Chapman
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 130 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 50g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 20 years to Life
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Ronald A. Smith
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 52 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 52 months
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Kenneth I. Jenks
a.k.a.
Juno
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea (Lesser Included)) 1 year supervised release
Daniel Fleming
a.k.a.
Baby Boy
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 96 months
Andrew P. Campos
a.k.a.
Chubs
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 235 months
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Distribution of a controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Rodney Rose
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Distribution of a controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Cody Tracy
a.k.a.
Cojack
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 27 months
Joshua McNelly
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 210 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine) (2 counts)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Cynthia Miracle
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea, lesser included) 65 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine) (2 counts)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Dillon Myrick
a.k.a.
Country Crack
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Amberly Knight
a.k.a.
Tina Tinker
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending) 10 years to Life
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending) 5 years to 40 years
Keri Ann-Marie Lewis
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 68 months
Waylon Jesse Hodges
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 131 months
Christine Loggins
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea, lesser included) 45 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 50g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
William Frank Davis
a.k.a.
Nitty
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Government motion) 10 years to Life
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 50g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Government motion) 10 years to Life
Joseph Britt Carter
a.k.a.
Crack
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 38 months and 22 days
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 38 months and 22 days
Possession of an unregistered firearm
26 U.S.C. § 5861(d) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 38 months and 22 days
Maurice L. Graham
a.k.a.
Moe
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea, lesser included) 161 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession of ammunition by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Possession of ammunition by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Dismissed Up to 10 years
Possession and concealment of counterfeit obligations
18 U.S.C. § 472 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 161 months
Meagan M James
a.k.a.
Meagan James
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine and marijuana)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 120 months
Possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number
18 U.S.C. § 922(k) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Shawn Hadden
a.k.a.
Shorty
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 20 years
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g) (2 counts)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Minimum 5 years
Christopher Hendrix
a.k.a.
Hot Boy
Irish
Conor Murphy
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 72 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 50g and heroin)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Elizabeth Kitchens
a.k.a.
Liz
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 72 months
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(3) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 72 months
Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) Up to 10 years
Kari Neely
a.k.a.
Kerri Neely
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 24 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 5 years to 40 years
David Rahn
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 50g and crack)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 151 months
Miranda Burnsed
a.k.a.
Miranda Harralson
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea, lesser included) 41 months
Distribution of a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g) (3 counts)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine and marijuana)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Patrick Kennally
a.k.a.
Shifty
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea, lesser included) 55 months
Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine > 5g and heroin)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Kimberlin Johnson
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance
21 U.S.C. § 846 (United States Code)
Dismissed (Plea) 10 years to Life
Distribution of a controlled substance (Xanax)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 48 months
Distribution of a controlled substance (Hydrocodone)
21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) 48 months
State of Alabama v Oakes, Amanda Gail (Houston County (AL) Circuit Court — CC-2018-003355)
Closed
Amanda Gail Oakes and her partner Carlton Mathis allegedly fled to Alabama, where their child died. Amanda pleaded guilty to child endangerment and corpse abuse for the death of their infant.
Amanda Gail Oakes
a.k.a.
Amanda Oakes
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Manslaughter
13A-006-003(A)(1) (Alabama Code)
Convicted (Plea) 20 years
State of Alabama v Oakes, Amanda Gail (Houston County (AL) Circuit Court — CC-2018-003354)
Closed
Amanda Gail Oakes and her partner Carlton Mathis allegedly fled to Alabama, where their child died. Amanda pleaded guilty to child endangerment and corpse abuse for the death of their infant.
Amanda Gail Oakes
a.k.a.
Amanda Oakes
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Corpse abuse
13A-011-013 (Alabama Code)
Convicted (Plea) 10 years
Chemical endangerment of a child
026-015-003.2(A)(1) (Alabama Code)
Convicted (Plea) 99 years
State of Florida v Mathis, Carlton James (Levy County (FL) Circuit Court — 2018 CF 000416 A)
Closed
Carlton James Mathis is a member of the Ghost Face Gangsters who fled a probation violation in Georgia. While on the run, his infant daughter died, and his partner was charged with manslaughter and corpse defilement. He was arrested following a shootout in Florida.
Carlton James Mathis
a.k.a.
Carlton Mathis
James Mathis
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill
784.02(1)(A) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 2 years
Possession of a weapon by a convicted felon
790.23 (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 2 years
Possession of a controlled substance without a prescription
893.13(6)(A) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 2 years
Possession of marijuana, not mroe than 20g
893.13(6)(A) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 months and 10 days
Willfully neglect a child without bodily harm
827.03(2)(D) (Florida Penal Code)
Convicted (Plea) 5 months and 10 days
State of Florida v Mathis, Carlton James (Levy County (FL) Circuit Court — 2018 CF 000421 A)
Closed
Carlton James Mathis is a member of the Ghost Face Gangsters who fled a probation violation in Georgia. While on the run, his infant daughter died, and his partner was charged with manslaughter and corpse defilement. He was arrested following a shootout in Florida.
Carlton James Mathis
a.k.a.
Carlton Mathis
James Mathis
Suspected affiliations:
Ghost Face Gangsters
Amphetamine trafficking, possession of more than 14g of methamphetamine
893.135(1)(F)(i) (Florida Penal Code)
Dismissed (nolle prosequi) Up to 30 years