The court found that “racist online trolling activity can interfere with one’s equal access to a public accommodation.”
Andrew Anglin had argued his actions were protected under the First Amendment when he called on readers to unleash a “troll storm” on a Jewish woman.
Andrew Anglin received 14.88 Bitcoin, a reference to the infamous “1488” white supremacist credo.
He said he plans to donate the money to groups dedicated to fighting fate and bigotry, “the very groups Nazis despise.”
“He has gotten far more radical,” lawyer Marc Randazza said of his neo-Nazi client.
“Tell them you are sickened by their Jew agenda to attack and harm the mother of someone whom they disagree with,” the Daily Stormer wrote.
Neo-Nazi publisher Andrew Anglin argued his court case should be dismissed because President Trump’s similar language was acceptable.
Anglin called his shell company Moonbase Holdings, an apparent reference to a conspiracy theory about a Nazi base on the far side of the moon.
“I will never allow anti-Semitism to derail my commitment to freedom of speech.”
Anglin has claimed in court filings that disclosing his location could endanger him.