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.

Case Summary

State of Florida v Walter Stolper (Miami-Dade County (FL) Circuit Court — F-18-014121)
Awaiting Trial
23-May-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
USA v Bowers (US District Court (Western PA) — 2:18-cr-00292-DWA)
Awaiting Trial
23-May-2019 (10:15 AM — 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 Hari et al (US District Court (MN) — 0:18-cr-00150-DWF-HB)
Awaiting Trial
18-June-2019 (Motions Hearing, 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)
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 30 years to
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 30 years to
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 30 years to
USA v Fields (US District Court (Western Va) — 3:18-cr-00011-MFU)
Awaiting Sentencing
03-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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 (suspected)
Disdain for Plebs (suspected)
Hate Crime Act Resulting in Death
18 U.S.C. § 249 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Potentially Life
Hate Crime Act Including Intent to Kill (28 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Potentially Life
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 — CR17000296-04)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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 — CR17000296-07)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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 — CR17000296-01)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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 (recommended)
Virginia v James Alex Fields (Charlottesville City (VA) Circuit Court — CR17000296-02)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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 — CR17000296-10)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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 — CR17000296-05)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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 — CR17000296-08)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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)
Awaiting Sentencing
15-July-2019 (Sentencing)
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
USA v Sayoc (US District Court (Southern NY) — 1:18-cr-00820-JSR)
Awaiting Sentencing
08-August-2019 (Sentencing)
Cesar Sayoc is accused of mailing at least 16 package bombs to US politicians and media figures in a mass assassination attempt in October of 2018. He entered a a guilty plea to 65 counts in March of 2019, but in a subsequent filing claimed he was under duress while doing so.
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)
Indicted (Plea Pending) Potentially Life
Interstate transportation and receipt of explosives (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 844(d) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending) Up to 20 years
Threatening interstate communications (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 875(c) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending) Up to 5 years
Illegal mailing of explosives (16 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 1716(j)(2) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending) Up to 20 years
Use of explosives to commit a felony
18 U.S.C. § 844(h) and 2 (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending) 10 years to
USA v Estes, Michael Christopher (US District Court (Western Missouri) — 2:19-cr-04031-BCW)
Awaiting Trial
05-September-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
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 (Central IL) — 2:18-cr-20014-SLD-EIL)
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)
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 Florida v Cruz, Nikolas (Broward County (FL) District Court — 18014129CF10A)
Awaiting Trial
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
State of Florida v Cruz, Nikolas (Broward County (FL) District Court — 18001958CF10A)
Awaiting Trial
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
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
US vs. Allen et al (US District Court (Kansas) — 6:16-cr-10141-EFM)
Closed
These three milita-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)
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
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
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 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

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.