Oleh Lyashko once called it a “humiliation” when a Ukrainian president acknowledged the country’s culpability in the Holocaust.
Megan Rapinoe said she “thought [the tattoos] were horrible.” Brian explained them as an effort to become “an active participant in prison culture.”
“They either didn’t look very hard or have an organizational system that would have Hoover spinning in his grave,” the FOIA requester wrote.
Intimidation by the same group led a Jewish community in northern Sweden to dissolve itself last year.
The price of the book was in several instances $14.88, which is a reference to a neo-Nazi ideology.
This incident is the third Neo-Nazi hate crime in Northern Virginia in weeks
“The plan was devised a week in advance. We wanted to dry the Nazis out.”
Andrew Anglin received 14.88 Bitcoin, a reference to the infamous “1488” white supremacist credo.
“I don’t give a shit about Jews getting shot up except insofar as it’s going to make it a lot harder for a lot of white people to just exist.”
The chat logs connected Australian neo-Nazis with organizers of the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville.