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Far Right Militant attacks and actions documentation thread! UPDATES:
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The far right militant kooks are attacking Dem party headquarters in various towns in various ways, after failing in the Trump coup attempt. Jhikpghf

Not going to stop the dems from continuing to fight for more economic justice and civil rights for everybody.

Texas Dem compares flag-wearing 'coward' who fire-bombed party offices to Capitol rioters: 'This is an act of terror'

"A suspect wearing an American flag over his head placed a molotov cocktail and a threatening note that was "political in nature" inside the Travis County Democratic Party headquarters in Austin early Wednesday.

The crude device did not fully detonate but resulted in a small fire, causing minor damage, according to a report from Austin's ABC affiliate.

The suspect, whom one investigator suggested was inexperienced, also left what appeared to be a commercial-grade smoke bomb in the building, and the attack was captured on surveillance video.

No further details were released about the note, but authorities believe the suspect committed another act of vandalism a few hours later at a building near the Texas Capitol.

It marks the second time in a year that vandals have targeted the Travis County Democratic Party headquarters, although the incident marks an escalation from when the building was graffitied in 2020, the Houston Chronicle reports.

"Anyone who wears an American flag as a bandana and then throws a Molotov cocktail with fireworks into a building with a note, a threatening note, is a coward," said Katie Naranjo, chair of the Travis County Democratic Party.

"We will not tolerate that type of behavior," Naranjo added. "We are calling not just Travis County, but across the state, to denounce any acts of violence or aggression when it comes to voting or engaging in our government or engaging in our right to freedom of speech.

"What we've seen on January 6, 2021, to now there's been continued aggression and escalation of violence against Democratic parties as well as institutions of government," she said. "Those people are cowards. They're far-right extremists. This is an act of terror."

Watch the surveillance video and as well as a news conference about the attack below.





https://www.rawstory.com/travis-county-d...dquarters/

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You didn't happen to see the huge spike in murders last year and which groups drove is and managed to commit an even bigger percentage of those murders, did you?

Deaths and crime are down under Biden's young administration, the rise in murders happened under Trump's policies and administration and they happened everywhere, including many cities and towns run by republicans.

"Crime is escalating to a level we haven’t seen in decades as a direct result of Democrats’ defund the police movement and Biden-Harris open-border policies."

Our ruling: FALSE

""Republicans see a winning issue in linking crime to Democratic policies.

When homicides spiked in the second half of 2020, President Donald Trump wielded it as a campaign issue, saying Republicans would restore order to crime-ridden Democratic-led cities.

He lost his race, but the GOP attacks continue. In a recent tweet, the Republican National Committee blamed rising crime on Democrats.

"Crime is escalating to a level we haven’t seen in decades as a direct result of Democrats’ defund the police movement and Biden-Harris open-border policies," Republicans tweeted June 29.



We asked the RNC for the data behind the claims in the tweet. Their response included nothing on the link to police defunding. On the open border part, they pointed to news coverage about an increase in fentanyl seizures at the border, high-speed chases in South Texas, and FBI director Christopher Wray talking about an epidemic of drug smuggling and other illegal activity at the border.

The RNC tweet is rife with inaccuracies. But its biggest flaw is the unfounded assertion that crime rate trends were a "direct result" of Democratic policies.

A few key errors
Homicides increased in 2020. It’s possible that the toll could have topped 19,000 last year.

But the RNC tweet is not narrowly about rising homicides. It encompasses several other claims that are flawed:

"Open-border policies": The articles the RNC cited said nothing linking activity at the border to a spike in the national incidence of murders or other crimes. We found no independent research that argued that point.

Criminologist and law professor Paul Cassell at the University of Utah noted that when murders began to increase rapidly in mid-2020, immigration was stable or declining.

"And, obviously, Democrats did not control immigration policy in May 2020," Cassell said. "So any linkage between the 2020 homicide increase and immigration policies seems quite dubious."

Historic highs: The RNC tweet talked about crime reaching levels not seen in decades. Not only do they lack the data to confirm that, but based on the FBI’s latest available data for homicides and other preliminary data, the U.S. is not on pace to reach the heights seen in the mid-1990s.

"Defund the police": The RNC tweet suggested that "defund the police" is a core Democratic policy. It is not. A handful of Democrats have spoken out for it, but during the 2020 campaign, candidate Joe Biden rejected the movement. And his 2022 budget requested an increase of $304 million for police to build ties within the communities they patrol.

Some Democratic-led cities did cut police budgets last year, but not many. Among the 50 largest cities, police spending as a percentage of general expenditures went up an average of 13.7%. At least 24 cities increased police funding for 2021.

Crime trend: Homicides are up
The RNC tweet speaks of crime broadly, but it’s homicides in particular that have caused alarm since a sharp rise in the summer of 2020. That coincided with the anti-police-violence protests that spread across the country in June following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The calls to defund the police gained prominence the same month.

One problem in talking about crime at this moment is that no one yet has a national picture of crime for 2020, let alone the first half of 2021. The FBI’s annual Uniform Crime Report is the most comprehensive data set, and the FBI hasn’t published the 2020 edition yet.

Other data sets lack the scope of the FBI’s full assessment, but they all point in the same direction: Homicides are up.

A preliminary FBI crime report for 154 cities says murders rose 10% in the first quarter of 2021 compared with a year earlier. The Major Cities Chiefs Association found a 29% rise in homicides for 63 cities in the first quarter of 2021. And the latest report from Council on Criminal Justice, an independent source of crime data, looked at 24 cities and found homicides rose by 24% in the first quarter.

The topline numbers don’t tell the whole story, however.

For example, in the first-quarter FBI release on 154 cities, the increase in homicides was concentrated in 40% of the cities. The remaining 60% saw murders drop or stay the same. As for violent crime generally — including homicide, rape, robbery and aggravated assault — the number remained just about the same across the full group of cities, undercutting the RNC’s broad-brush claim about escalating crime.

The Council on Criminal Justice’s data on weekly police reports found that homicide rates generally fell after October 2020 — from a bit over 5 deaths per 100,000 to about 3 per 100,000 by March 2021.

That could reflect seasonal changes; homicides tend to fall in the cooler months. But the report’s authors say other unknown factors could be at work.

No cause and effect
The RNC’s claim that rising crime was a "direct result" of Democratic policies lacks evidence, and experts say it ignores some of the major events of 2020 that also likely had an effect on crime.

"The pandemic hit especially hard in exactly those neighborhoods where a lot of violence happens anyway," said City University of New York criminologist Candace McCoy. "Services that connect with teens were shutting down. Families were hit with people getting sick, some of them dying. More young adults were left to themselves."

Criminologist Eileen Ahlin at Penn State-Harrisburg noted that the economic downturn also mattered.

"Unemployment and declining mental health routinely affect crime rates," Ahlin said. "Last year we saw both at play."

On top of the pandemic and the disruptions it brought, there were the nationwide protests spurred by the death of George Floyd.

Cassell at the University of Utah said that played a role, because it made police less likely to engage with people who might commit violence.

"Police pulled back from the kinds of aggressive steps that are often needed to most effectively fight homicides," Cassell said.

Cassell also said that dealing with marches could have taken police away from other activities. Researchers disagree whether the protests themselves had any effect. Regardless, Cassell called the GOP link between crime and a defund policy "dubious."

Even the pandemic and the protests might not fully explain the trend in homicides. As the Council on Criminal Justice report noted, the "homicide increase actually began in 2019, prior to the pandemic and well before protests against police violence spread across the country."

Looking at the first three months of 2020, murders rose 20% from a year earlier. The pandemic shutdown didn’t take place until mid-March, and the protests didn’t begin until late May.

Our ruling
The Republican National Committee tweeted that "crime is escalating to a level we haven’t seen in decades as a direct result of Democrats’ defund the police movement and Biden-Harris open-border policies."

It’s not true that crime is rising to a level we haven’t seen in decades.

Homicides are up, but there’s no evidence that the trend is tied to a police defunding policy or Democrats’ border policies, let alone that it’s a "direct result."

Experts say many other factors may have played a role, including racial-justice protests and disruptions caused by the pandemic.

We rate this claim False.

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/20...emocratic/

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Post: #648
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Quote:Deaths and crime are down under Biden's young administration, the rise in murders happened under Trump's policies and administration and they happened everywhere, including many cities and towns run by republicans.

"Crime is escalating to a level we haven’t seen in decades as a direct result of Democrats’ defund the police movement and Biden-Harris open-border policies."

Our ruling: FALSE

""Republicans see a winning issue in linking crime to Democratic policies.

When homicides spiked in the second half of 2020, President Donald Trump wielded it as a campaign issue, saying Republicans would restore order to crime-ridden Democratic-led cities.

He lost his race, but the GOP attacks continue. In a recent tweet, the Republican National Committee blamed rising crime on Democrats.

"Crime is escalating to a level we haven’t seen in decades as a direct result of Democrats’ defund the police movement and Biden-Harris open-border policies," Republicans tweeted June 29.

See, there you go f*cking with words again.

MURDER! is just one of many crimes. DEAD PEOPLE are hard to overlook or ignore unlike property crimes.

MURDERS are up again in 2021, not as much as in 2020 but still climbing. Most of the major democratically run cities are on pace for a record year in 2021 even though the rest of the country seems to have calmed down some.

And what the f*#k did Trumps policies have to do with it? 3+ years in, the dems basically took over the country with their covid bullshit and ran it into the ground, not to mention all the leftists rioting throughout most of 2020 so year 4 looks like a f*cking dystopian horror movie, thanks BLM and ANTIFA.
But lets ignore reality and blame it on Trump, who had dropping crime rates during his first 3 years in office while Obama had significant increases during his last 2 years in office.
Sure, compared to 2020, PROPERTY crimes have dropped. The useful idiots aren't out as much cause they are waiting for Joe to throw them a bone.

I'm sure you'll disagree, so here are some links.

https://www.wbez.org/stories/at-summers-...85daa98fa0

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/16/upsho...e-usa.html

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/202...-60-years/
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That was quick, looks like they caught the guy attempting a real firebombing of a democratic office. Good news. Another far right militant self deporting to prison.

Man Charged with Arson Attack on Austin Dem HQ

"Austin Fire Department arson investigators and the FBI have arrested 30 year old Ryan Faircloth after an investigation into who threw a Molotov Cocktail into the Travis County Democratic Party headquarters early Wednesday morning. Security cameras showed a man alleged to be Faircloth first throwing a rock through the building’s front door, then returning with the Molotov Cocktail.

Damage was minimal. Patrons at a bar across the street saw the fire and quickly put it out. Security cameras were installed after a graffiti incident last year. Faircloth is charged with 2nd degree felony arson 3rd degree felony possession of a prohibited weapon."

https://talkingpointsmemo.com/edblog/man...tin-dem-hq

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Post: #650
RE: Far Right Militant attacks and actions documentation thread! UPDATES:
He Man  Wrote: (10-03-2021 07:55 PM)
That was quick, looks like they caught the guy attempting a real firebombing of a democratic office. Good news. Another far right militant self deporting to prison.

Man Charged with Arson Attack on Austin Dem HQ

"Austin Fire Department arson investigators and the FBI have arrested 30 year old Ryan Faircloth after an investigation into who threw a Molotov Cocktail into the Travis County Democratic Party headquarters early Wednesday morning. Security cameras showed a man alleged to be Faircloth first throwing a rock through the building’s front door, then returning with the Molotov Cocktail.

Damage was minimal. Patrons at a bar across the street saw the fire and quickly put it out. Security cameras were installed after a graffiti incident last year. Faircloth is charged with 2nd degree felony arson 3rd degree felony possession of a prohibited weapon."

https://talkingpointsmemo.com/edblog/man...tin-dem-hq

What does "far right" mean?
What evidence do you have that this person qualifies?
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RE: Far Right Militant attacks and actions documentation thread! UPDATES:
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He Man  Wrote: (10-03-2021 07:55 PM)
That was quick, looks like they caught the guy attempting a real firebombing of a democratic office. Good news. Another far right militant self deporting to prison.

Man Charged with Arson Attack on Austin Dem HQ

"Austin Fire Department arson investigators and the FBI have arrested 30 year old Ryan Faircloth after an investigation into who threw a Molotov Cocktail into the Travis County Democratic Party headquarters early Wednesday morning. Security cameras showed a man alleged to be Faircloth first throwing a rock through the building’s front door, then returning with the Molotov Cocktail.

Damage was minimal. Patrons at a bar across the street saw the fire and quickly put it out. Security cameras were installed after a graffiti incident last year. Faircloth is charged with 2nd degree felony arson 3rd degree felony possession of a prohibited weapon."

https://talkingpointsmemo.com/edblog/man...tin-dem-hq

What does "far right" mean?
What evidence do you have that this person qualifies?

The man was firebombing the generally left leaning democratic party headquarters in that city.

Most middle of the road, non extremist citizens and voters are content with voting. This guy seems to think he has to endanger the lives of people by firebombing political party offices to advance some political agenda, If he had attacked a republican party headquarters I would assume he was a far left militant.

The chances that this guy is not militantly attacking the dems for political reasons is very unlikely. So far right militant seems completely applicable.

What is right-wing extremism?

"Right-wing extremism is usually defined as a specific ideology characterized by ‘anti-democratic opposition towards equality’.
It is associated with racism, xenophobia, exclusionary nationalism, conspiracy theories, and authoritarianism.
There are several right-wing extreme parties and organizations in Europe and beyond, but most of them are not particularly successful.

Key definition
Right-wing extremism is usually defined as a specific ideology characterized by ‘anti-democratic opposition towards equality’.[1] In public debate, but also among scholars, the concept is often associated with behavioral characteristics, such as politically motivated violence.[2] The concept applies to parties, movements, websites, and individual activists and intellectuals. Arguably, (neo-)Nazism and (neo-)fascism are the two most well-known forms of right-wing extremism. Some scholars argue that the more recent counter-jihad movement is right-wing extreme.[3] The concept is controversial, partly because very few political parties, groups, or activists use it to describe their own position, and partly because it is associated with attitudes and actions that are either illegal and/or highly stigmatized.[4]

History of the concept
The concept of “right-wing extremism” arises out of research on fascism in the post-war period. Initially, this research used “right-wing radicalism” as an umbrella term for parties and movements on the far right of the political spectrum—both those with and without clear ties to interwar expressions of fascism and Nazis.[5] During the 1970s and 1980s, however, “right-wing radicalism” was largely replaced by “right-wing extremism”. In the 1990s, it became the dominant concept, particularly in continental Europe. In other contexts, most notably North America, the concept of “white supremacism” is more widely used, and entails overtly racist beliefs that the white race is superior, and therefore should be dominant over people of other races.

In recent years, scholars frequently refer to both ‘right-wing radicalism’ and ‘right-wing extremism’, most often to distinguish between ideologies that are democratic, but illiberal (radicalism), on the one hand, and those that are anti-democratic (extremism), on the other hand.[6] In other words, whereas the radical right is opposed to liberal aspects of democracy (like minority rights) and does not promote the use of violence, the extreme right is inherently anti-democratic and, in some cases, legitimizes the use of violence to pursue its political aims."

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https://www.sv.uio.no/c-rex/english/grou...emism.html

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Post: #652
RE: Far Right Militant attacks and actions documentation thread! UPDATES:
He Man  Wrote: (10-03-2021 08:10 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-03-2021 08:00 PM)
What does "far right" mean?
What evidence do you have that this person qualifies?

The man was firebombing the generally left leaning democratic party headquarters in that city.

Most middle of the road, non extremist citizens and voters are content with voting. This guy seems to think he has to endanger the lives of people by firebombing political party offices to advance some political agenda, If he had attacked a republican party headquarters I would assume he was a far left militant.

The chances that this guy is not militantly attacking the dems for political reasons is very unlikely. So far right militant seems completely applicable.
What is right-wing extremism?

"Right-wing extremism is usually defined as a specific ideology characterized by ‘anti-democratic opposition towards equality’.
It is associated with racism, xenophobia, exclusionary nationalism, conspiracy theories, and authoritarianism.
There are several right-wing extreme parties and organizations in Europe and beyond, but most of them are not particularly successful.

Key definition
Right-wing extremism is usually defined as a specific ideology characterized by ‘anti-democratic opposition towards equality’.[1] In public debate, but also among scholars, the concept is often associated with behavioral characteristics, such as politically motivated violence.[2] The concept applies to parties, movements, websites, and individual activists and intellectuals. Arguably, (neo-)Nazism and (neo-)fascism are the two most well-known forms of right-wing extremism. Some scholars argue that the more recent counter-jihad movement is right-wing extreme.[3] The concept is controversial, partly because very few political parties, groups, or activists use it to describe their own position, and partly because it is associated with attitudes and actions that are either illegal and/or highly stigmatized.[4]

History of the concept
The concept of “right-wing extremism” arises out of research on fascism in the post-war period. Initially, this research used “right-wing radicalism” as an umbrella term for parties and movements on the far right of the political spectrum—both those with and without clear ties to interwar expressions of fascism and Nazis.[5] During the 1970s and 1980s, however, “right-wing radicalism” was largely replaced by “right-wing extremism”. In the 1990s, it became the dominant concept, particularly in continental Europe. In other contexts, most notably North America, the concept of “white supremacism” is more widely used, and entails overtly racist beliefs that the white race is superior, and therefore should be dominant over people of other races.

In recent years, scholars frequently refer to both ‘right-wing radicalism’ and ‘right-wing extremism’, most often to distinguish between ideologies that are democratic, but illiberal (radicalism), on the one hand, and those that are anti-democratic (extremism), on the other hand.[6] In other words, whereas the radical right is opposed to liberal aspects of democracy (like minority rights) and does not promote the use of violence, the extreme right is inherently anti-democratic and, in some cases, legitimizes the use of violence to pursue its political aims."

MORE:
https://www.sv.uio.no/c-rex/english/grou...emism.html

Could you possibly answer a question without copy paste?

So they threw a molotov into a democrat office.

That's why you assume they're far right.
Which apparently means (per your source) either pro or anti democratic.

It also claims the far fight of the political spectrum... What's that?
The right wing of the political compass is libertarian.
Which is laughable to try and claim the Nazi socialists were extremist libertarians.

I'm asking you.
What do you mean when you say far right.

Use your words.
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Post: #653
RE: Far Right Militant attacks and actions documentation thread! UPDATES:
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-03-2021 08:16 PM)
He Man  Wrote: (10-03-2021 08:10 PM)
The man was firebombing the generally left leaning democratic party headquarters in that city.

Most middle of the road, non extremist citizens and voters are content with voting. This guy seems to think he has to endanger the lives of people by firebombing political party offices to advance some political agenda, If he had attacked a republican party headquarters I would assume he was a far left militant.

The chances that this guy is not militantly attacking the dems for political reasons is very unlikely. So far right militant seems completely applicable.
What is right-wing extremism?

"Right-wing extremism is usually defined as a specific ideology characterized by ‘anti-democratic opposition towards equality’.
It is associated with racism, xenophobia, exclusionary nationalism, conspiracy theories, and authoritarianism.
There are several right-wing extreme parties and organizations in Europe and beyond, but most of them are not particularly successful.

Key definition
Right-wing extremism is usually defined as a specific ideology characterized by ‘anti-democratic opposition towards equality’.[1] In public debate, but also among scholars, the concept is often associated with behavioral characteristics, such as politically motivated violence.[2] The concept applies to parties, movements, websites, and individual activists and intellectuals. Arguably, (neo-)Nazism and (neo-)fascism are the two most well-known forms of right-wing extremism. Some scholars argue that the more recent counter-jihad movement is right-wing extreme.[3] The concept is controversial, partly because very few political parties, groups, or activists use it to describe their own position, and partly because it is associated with attitudes and actions that are either illegal and/or highly stigmatized.[4]

History of the concept
The concept of “right-wing extremism” arises out of research on fascism in the post-war period. Initially, this research used “right-wing radicalism” as an umbrella term for parties and movements on the far right of the political spectrum—both those with and without clear ties to interwar expressions of fascism and Nazis.[5] During the 1970s and 1980s, however, “right-wing radicalism” was largely replaced by “right-wing extremism”. In the 1990s, it became the dominant concept, particularly in continental Europe. In other contexts, most notably North America, the concept of “white supremacism” is more widely used, and entails overtly racist beliefs that the white race is superior, and therefore should be dominant over people of other races.

In recent years, scholars frequently refer to both ‘right-wing radicalism’ and ‘right-wing extremism’, most often to distinguish between ideologies that are democratic, but illiberal (radicalism), on the one hand, and those that are anti-democratic (extremism), on the other hand.[6] In other words, whereas the radical right is opposed to liberal aspects of democracy (like minority rights) and does not promote the use of violence, the extreme right is inherently anti-democratic and, in some cases, legitimizes the use of violence to pursue its political aims."

MORE:
https://www.sv.uio.no/c-rex/english/grou...emism.html

Could you possibly answer a question without copy paste?

So they threw a molotov into a democrat office.

That's why you assume they're far right.
Which apparently means (per your source) either pro or anti democratic.

It also claims the far fight of the political spectrum... What's that?
The right wing of the political compass is libertarian.
Which is laughable to try and claim the Nazi socialists were extremist libertarians.

I'm asking you.
What do you mean when you say far right.

Use your words.

chuckle

I got a PM from a long term mod here the other day saying how they liked it when I was more polite and used supporting links to backup my opinions in my posts.

So here is something from my own words:

Please go f*#k yourself, you are a pathetic troll in the FD fashion of always ask stupid questions and make stupid twists in the constant blather to waste my time and make it look like I don't know what I am talking about. You are agenda driven and a silly troll so again, please go f*#k yourself.

I know what I am talking about and my links are spot on. Your desire to not read them or think about them is your problem.

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Post: #654
RE: Far Right Militant attacks and actions documentation thread! UPDATES:
He Man  Wrote: (10-03-2021 08:46 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-03-2021 08:16 PM)
Could you possibly answer a question without copy paste?

So they threw a molotov into a democrat office.

That's why you assume they're far right.
Which apparently means (per your source) either pro or anti democratic.

It also claims the far fight of the political spectrum... What's that?
The right wing of the political compass is libertarian.
Which is laughable to try and claim the Nazi socialists were extremist libertarians.

I'm asking you.
What do you mean when you say far right.

Use your words.

chuckle

I got a PM from a long term mod here the other day saying how they liked it when I was more polite and used supporting links to backup my opinions in my posts.

So here is something from my own words:

Please go f*#k yourself, you are a pathetic troll in the FD fashion of always ask stupid questions and make stupid twists in the constant blather to waste my time and make it look like I don't know what I am talking about. You are agenda driven and a silly troll so again, please go f*#k yourself.

I know what I am talking about and my links are spot on. Your desire to not read them or think about them is your problem.

Gee, I don't think anyone would be surprised if a mod was on your side.

I'll just point out I literally directly reference your copy paste and yet you try to claim I don't read them.

That level of blatant dishonesty is just SOP from you.

The point is that you won't answer a question

Thanks for throwing a tantrum when pressed.
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Read post 648.

Tell me all that increase, or even half of it is caused by anyone to the right of YOUR center which is far left to almost anybody else.
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These far right violent extremists, white supremacist, neo-fascist goons need to be stopped from attacking Ukrainian people and committing war crimes and crimes against humanity. Jhikpghf

The DOJ Is Investigating Americans For War Crimes Allegedly Committed While Fighting With Far-Right Extremists In Ukraine
The probe involves seven men but is centered on former Army soldier Craig Lang, who is separately wanted in connection with a double killing in Florida and is fighting extradition from Kyiv.

"KYIV — One chilly day in February, Craig Lang, a former US Army soldier wanted for allegedly killing a married couple in Florida, pleaded with three stern-faced judges in a Kyiv courtroom to allow him to stay in Ukraine. He first came in 2015 to fight with a far-right paramilitary unit, defending the country from Russia-backed forces. And he believed that if he were extradited back to the US, he could face war crimes charges.

“Any separatist or Russian soldier that I have killed would be a murder charge” in the US, Lang, 31, said in his gruff North Carolina drawl. “Understand that some of my fellow combatants are under investigation by the FBI for war crimes.”

That was a stunning statement. It would be extremely rare for the US government to investigate its own citizens for alleged war crimes committed on foreign soil — no one, experts say, has ever been prosecuted, let alone convicted, under the US War Crimes Act. Lang’s claim, overheard by this BuzzFeed News reporter, could not be corroborated at the time.

But now, BuzzFeed News can reveal that the Department of Justice and the FBI have in fact taken the extraordinary step of investigating a group of seven American fighters, including Lang, under the federal war crimes statute. Authorities suspect that while in eastern Ukraine, Lang and other members of the group allegedly took noncombatants as prisoners, beat them with their fists, kicked them, clobbered them with a sock filled with stones, and held them underwater.

Lang, the DOJ believes, may have even killed some of them before burying their bodies in unmarked graves.


The war crimes investigation was detailed in a DOJ appeal for assistance sent to the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine in 2018 along with two Ukrainian documents responding to the appeal the following year. The documents were leaked to an obscure pro-Russian website. BuzzFeed News reviewed and authenticated the documents and interviewed six people, in Kyiv and stateside, with direct knowledge of the US investigation. They include a top Ukrainian law enforcement official; a former Ukrainian National Police official who was involved in gathering information to fulfill the US appeal; and two other people who have assisted the FBI and spoke on the condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the matter.

BuzzFeed News also interviewed Dalton Kennedy of North Carolina and David Kleman of Georgia, both 24, who had interviews with federal agents and provided proof of those encounters. They, along with Quinn Rickert, 27, of Illinois; Santi Pirtle, 30, of California; Brian Boyenger, 33, of North Carolina; and David Plaster, 37, of Missouri were investigated by the DOJ and FBI in the probe. When they arrived in Ukraine, Lang, Rickert, and Pirtle allegedly joined Right Sector, a volunteer far-right nationalist group that formed in November 2013 and later created a paramilitary force to respond to Russia’s invasion of eastern Ukraine in spring 2014. Human rights groups have accused Right Sector fighters of abusing and torturing civilians and combatants.

All the men were connected to Lang, who also briefly served in Ukraine’s military, and privy to his actions in the country. Their alleged roles in the war crimes vary, and BuzzFeed News has found that some were likely not present when they are believed to have taken place.

The DOJ — based on video and photo evidence, as well as interviews with some of Lang’s fellow American fighters — says in the documents that Lang was the main instigator of the alleged torture of detainees in eastern Ukraine. In April, BuzzFeed News detailed how Lang became increasingly radicalized while fighting in Ukraine and had ties to white supremacists. He now resides with his Ukrainian partner and their child in Kyiv. He was detained by Ukrainian border guards in August 2019, wears an ankle monitor, and is banned from leaving the country while he fights extradition to Fort Myers to face trial in the 2018 killings of Deana and Serafin “Danny” Lorenzo in Florida. Authorities allege that Lang and another former Army soldier who fought with Right Sector in Ukraine lured the couple to a meeting to buy guns — but instead ambushed them and robbed them of $3,000, used to fund Lang’s foreign fighting adventures.

A separate message obtained exclusively by BuzzFeed News suggests the FBI was investigating Lang and the others as early as April 2017, and had already received information on them from search and seizure warrants."

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Racist threats against Louisiana church result in terrorism and hate crime charges: report

"Police arrested a 67-year-old Louisiana man for allegedly sending terrorist threats and making racist statements in letters to a Shreveport church.

"Tuesday, Shreveport police arrested David Tefertiller and booked him into the Shreveport City Jail on one count of terrorizing and one count of hate crimes," ArkLaTex News reported Saturday.

The letters were allegedly sent to the Greenwood Acres Full Gospel Baptist Church.

"Authorities said five handwritten notes, described as being alternately racist and threatening, were thrown outside Greenwood Acres Full Gospel Baptist Church on Greenwood Road this year. One threatened to kill Blacks and others made profane comments about Blacks, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Black Lives Matter," KTBS-TV reported. "Tefertiller came under investigation after a church employee saw a note being left and got a license plate number, police said."

Tefertiller was released after posting $100,000 bond."

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Extremist Plotted To Blow Up VA Data Center To 'Provoke An Overreaction'
The arrest and conviction of Seth Aaron Pendley offers a window into the mindset of far-right terrorists and what their plans for attacking and undermining American society look like.

"The arrest and conviction of a Texas militiaman who planned to bomb an Amazon data center to “kill about 70% of the Internet” is more than just another case that makes us grateful that the FBI takes these matters seriously. It also offers a window into the mindset of far-right terrorists—how they think, what motivates them, and what their plans for attacking and undermining American society look like.

The man, 28-year-old Seth Aaron Pendley of Wichita Falls, told an informant prior to his arrest in April that his purpose in blowing up a Virginia data center went beyond simply wreaking terrorist havoc: He wanted to inspire a government overreaction that would “let the world know that they are in a dictatorship” and awaken the public. It’s a strategy adopted increasingly often by domestic terrorists—and enabled by right-wing media figures like Alex Jones and Tucker Carlson.

According to court documents, Pendley came to the attention of authorities after bragging on the MyMilitia.com forum that he had gone to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, to participate in the “Stop the Steal” pro-Trump protest that day. He took a gun with him; however, he left it in his parked car and claimed that, while he supported the invasion of the Capitol that day by insurrectionists, he did not enter the building himself.

But then Pendley began talking to other militiamen on the encrypted Signal app about his plan to attack Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centers using explosives. “The AWS data centers are almost all centrally located,” he wrote to one man. “They are f*cking massive. I haven’t got all the details worked out but that’s where I have risky questions that I didn’t want to ask till now.”

His interlocutor, in fact, was an FBI informant, who eventually told Pendley that he could obtain C4 explosives to use in his plot. Pendley told him that “if I had cancer or something I would just drive a bomb into these servers,” and that he hoped a coordinated attack would “kill off about 70% of the Internet.”

Pendley met up in person in Fort Worth with the informant, who was accompanied by a man Pendley believed would be the source for the explosives, but who in fact was an undercover FBI agent. He described his strategy to the men:

The main objective is to f*#k up the Amazon servers. There’s 24 buildings that all this data runs through in America. Three of them are right next to each other, and those 24 run 70% of the Internet. And the government, especially the higher ups—CIA, FBI, special sh*t—they have like an 8-billion-dollar-a-year contract with Amazon to run through those servers. So we f*#k those servers, and it’s gonna piss all the oligarchy off.

The key to the strategy, he told the agents, was to induce the government into an overreaction that would awaken the public:

It just depends on how they react. This is like a hit ‘em. Hopefully they react the way I would like them to react. Hopefully, they let the world know in a weird way by acting too fast that they are in a f*cking dictatorship, and then hope like hell that some of the people that are on the fence jump off the fence.

On April 8, Pendley met up with the undercover agent in Fort Worth, anticipating being handed the explosives. The agent handed him a set of C4 bombs—which had been rendered inoperable—and showed him how to set them off. Pendley put them in the trunk of his car and was promptly arrested by a team of FBI agents. At his home, they found an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle with the barrel sawed off illegally—the gun that Pendley claimed he took to Washington on Jan. 6—along with wigs and masks and pistol painted to look like a toy gun.

Pendley pleaded guilty in June to one count of malicious attempt to destroy a building with an explosive. Last Friday, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison."

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Rome police arrest 12 - including far-right leaders - after riots

"Rome police have arrested 12 people - including two leaders of a far-right party - after protests against coronavirus restrictions turned into serious riots, Italian media reported on Sunday.

The leaders of Forza Nuova, Giuliano Castellino and Roberto Fiore, were present during the violence in the Italian capital on Saturday after tens of thousands had taken part in an authorized march.

Police, who were involved in several clashes with demonstrators and were pelted with firecrackers, are also checking video footage to see who else should be detained.

About 30 people attacked the emergency room of a hospital late on Saturday where one of the arrested protesters was being treated for an injury.

The rioters broke down the door and clashed with police as well as ambulance workers, the ANSA news agency reported. Four people were injured, including a nurse who took a bottle to the head.

According to media reports, some rioters tried to advance on the official residence of Prime Minister Mario Draghi, but were stopped by police water cannons. Authorities also used tear gas.

The headquarters of Italy's largest trade union CGIL was also stormed and three police officers were injured. Footage on social media showed rioters attacking officers with sticks and flagpoles.

Politicians have reacted with shock. Violent protests are rare in Italy.

The country was the first in Europe to be badly hit by the pandemic in March last year but has managed the health crisis comparatively well since.

New measures against Covid-19 will come into force next Friday.

Every employee in the private or public sector must have a so-called "green pass," which shows proof of vaccination, recovery from or a negative test for Covid-19.

Critics have been campaigning against the measure, which is being introduced to allow further Covid-19 relaxations. Cinemas, theatres and concert halls will be allowed to operate at 100 per cent capacity again if visitors have a green pass.

The attack on the union headquarters follows its support for the measure.

CGIL leader Maurizio Landini spoke of an act of "fascist violence" and an "attack on the constitution."

Protesters and police officers clash during a demonstration against the Corona health pass. Italian workers in the public and private sectors will have to show a health passport to enter their workplace from 15 October. Mauro Scrobogna/LaPresse via ZUMA Press/dpa

A person gestures during clashes with police following a demonstration against the Corona health pass. Italian workers in the public and private sectors will have to show a health passport to enter their workplace from 15 October. Cecilia Fabiano/LaPresse via ZUMA Press/dpa

People take part in a demonstration against the vaccination obligation and the green pass certificate introduced by the Italian government. Cecilia Fabiano/LaPresse via ZUMA Press/dpa"

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