Samuel Woodward, an avowed neo-Nazi, is charged with murdering high school classmate Blaze Bernstein, who is Jewish.
“It should be considered the most potentially violent neo-Nazi group in the U.S. today.”
A day before the arraignment of their son’s alleged killer, the parents of Blaze Bernstein preached a message of positivity.
Is it possible to know how you will act when thrust into an existentialist crisis? When my son Blaze Bernstein was murdered, I found out.
Samuel Woodward, the high school classmate suspected of murdering Blaze Bernstein was a trained member of a small, violent American neo-Nazi group.
The high school classmate suspected of murdering Blaze Bernstein reportedly recreated a famed neo-Nazi attack from the big screen on social media.
Police have not ruled out the possibility of Bernstein’s murder being an anti-gay hate crime.
Samuel Woodward was charged with murder Wednesday in the killing of California college student Blaze Bernstein.
“We are also so grateful to have known you and we are fully dedicated to keeping your voice, idealism, passion and your goodness eternally alive.”
The heartbroken parents of Blaze Bernstein say his brutal murder should be investigated as an anti-gay hate crime.