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Far right militant NEWS Updates:
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Wow they are torturing each other now,.. better than the alternative I guess. Still self deporting in stupid droves, into prison, that is good news at least. I wonder if they will get air conditioning in prison?

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White Supremacist Gang Allegedly Tortured and Killed a Member Over Broken Air Conditioner
Jared “Cowboy” Langworthy was bashed, tortured, thrown in a pond—and had his Aryan Brotherhood tattoo burnt off his shoulder

"A white-supremacist gang in Oklahoma turned on one of its own members, murdering him and burning off his gang tattoo because he destroyed an air conditioning unit, police say.

Jared “Cowboy” Langworthy was set upon by seven Universal Aryan Brotherhood members, including his girlfriend, on Dec. 5 and tortured, bashed with a bat, shot at, thrown in a pond, and burned with a hot metal object. U.S. marshals are now hunting for Aaron Mitchell Welch, the last of the seven members accused of first-degree murder. A sixth member, Jerry “One Eye” Brian Williamson, was caught last week.

The Universal Aryan Brotherhood, a violent neo-Nazi gang run out of Oklahoma’s prisons, is an offshoot of the infamous Aryan Brotherhood, known for their dealings with mob boss John Gotti and their brutal “blood in, blood out” motto. Members sport “SS” lightning bolt tattoos and adhere to militaristic rules.

The gang’s inner workings were revealed in a sweeping RICO operation last year that targeted 18 UAB members for kidnapping, racketeering, drug conspiracy, and nine murders. It found that an all-powerful Main Council of about a dozen prisoners directs all operations, controls sub-councils in smaller prisons and hands out SS “patches” to prospects who commit acts of violence. Outside “the walls,” the gang distributes meth and enforces their rule through kidnappings, arson and murder. Women, known as “featherwoods,” often carry out orders.

In rare cases, the gang has turned on members for indiscretions like stealing drugs or defying rules. Langworthy’s case is one of the more chilling episodes of internal retribution outside prison walls, showing how even the smallest of slights can be fatal.

Cody Lee Fulmer, whose silver SUV was allegedly seen leaving the scene of the crime, admitted to investigators that he bashed Langworthy but denied using a weapon or leaving him for dead, according to an affidavit filed in the District Court for Tulsa County. He said Langworthy’s girlfriend, Destiny Rae Asher, lived with Fulmer’s relative, and Langworthy would damage property whenever his girlfriend would not come outside. In one instance, he ripped an air conditioning unit while fighting Asher.

“This made [Fulmer] mad because his family member Charlie was extremely old and in a wheelchair and did not deserve that to happen,” the affidavit says."

https://www.thedailybeast.com/oklahomas-...r?ref=home

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More mindless terror and needless deaths from far right goons. Sad.

D posted this story in his thread, I added it here to keep these things together.

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-169261.html

Right Wing Extremist Terror Attack on Shisha Lounge In Germany

https://edition.cnn.com/2020/02/19/europ...index.html

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HA HA stupid neo nazi pukes don't know that threatening folks is illegal. So off they go, self deporting to prison to spend some quality time with their stupid white supremacist gangs and with many minorities that don't like being hated for their skin color.

Five Neo-Nazis Arrested For Threatening Journos, Minorities With ‘Swatting’ And Posters

"Five alleged members of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen were hit with federal charges Wednesday for threatening journalists, minorities and employees at the anti-Defamation league.

Among those targeted were journalists for ProPublica and Seattle-area television station KING 5 who had reported on the neo-Nazis, prosecutors alleged.

The group — which celebrates Hitler, Charles Manson and the American neo-Nazi James Mason — has been tied to several murders. Federal authorities have cracked down on neo-Nazis in recent weeks with a string of arrests, including against another neo-Nazi group known as “The Base.” Three members of the base were arrested in Georgia last month on conspiracy murder charges.

Around the same time, three others were arrested on gun and immigration-related crimes; two American Base members are accused of harboring a Canadian member of the group whose identify was exposed by a journalist.

Atomwaffen’s former leader, John Cameron Denton, was charged in the Eastern District of Virginia with “swatting” — or calling in fake threats in the name of — a ProPublica reporter A.C. Thompson along with several others. Alfred Street Baptist Church, a well-known African-American church, was also swatted.

“Denton was furious with ProPublica the victim because they published his true identify and discussed his role in Atomwaffen,” the affidavit read, a reference to the reporting that identified the neo-Nazi. Thompson can be seen confronting Denton and asking for an interview, which Denton declines, at around 43 minutes into the PBS documentary.

John William Kirby Kelley, who was charged last month, was named as a co-conspirator in the affidavit against Denton. And Denton, who went by the online moniker “Rape,” was accused of participation in swatting instances for which Kelley was charged, including one against Old Dominion University.

“There were many other co-conspirators,” including U.S. citizens and foreigners, the affidavit alleged, without naming them for the purposes of “protect[ing] the ongoing investigation.” In all, authorities identified hundreds of swatting calls they associated with the co-conspirators."


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Wow I guess the stupidity level of the average white nationalist is so low they keep their children crawling around in urine and feces. Scream1

I think these people need to be replaced, if they can't meet basic home safety standards for their children. I guess they are doing that already by self deporting into prison and having their children hauled away to safer situation.

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Michael Joseph Chesny on left Joseph W. Manning on right

"Police said they climbed atop a building in Graham and unfurled a banner that read, in part, "YWNRU," which stands for "You will not replace us," the slogan chanted by white nationalist demonstrators who protested removal of a Confederate monument in Charlottesville, Virginia."

BUSTED: Police arrest notorious white nationalist for raising kids in home filled with urine and feces

"One of the leaders of the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville has reportedly been arrested for child neglect after police found six children living “in a home filled with trash, feces, urine, and/or rotten food.”

Extremism expert Emily Gorcenski published screenshots of the court matter involving Michael Joseph Chesny, also known as “Bunker Santa.”

Here is her thread on Chesny’s case:

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I have recently received information that a key organizer of the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville and former US Marine has been arrested, along with his wife, on an allegation of felony Child Neglect.

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In 2018, I exposed Michael Joseph Chesny, then a US Marine, as being a key organizer of Unite the Right.

Disturbingly, leaked chats revealed that Chesny sought to find out whether running over protesters was legal.

That same kind of attack happened.https://twitter.com/emilygorcenski/status/986225697055223808?s=21 … https://twitter.com/emilygorcenski/statu...7055223808

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"Tyrone," the US Marine I exposed as Michael Chesny, is being thrown out of the Marines after having his promotion canceled.

Incredible work by @PaulAbowd
going deep on this story.https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/04/neo-nazi-tyrone-exposed-marine-180413104204554.html …

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About f*cking time! These white supremacist/white nationalist terror organizations are totally as bad as any international terror organization.

State pushes to list white supremacist group as terrorist org
The top candidate for the designation is Atomwaffen, a neo-Nazi group with branches abroad.

"The State Department is pushing to designate at least one violent white supremacist group as a foreign terrorist organization, an unprecedented move that national security experts say would be a big step toward fighting a growing threat on U.S. soil.

State Department officials want to have the designation finalized by next week, according to four people familiar with the effort. But the White House, where top officials have long preferred to focus on terrorism by Islamist extremists, has yet to give the green light.

Former U.S. officials and counterterrorism analysts say the top candidate for the designation is Atomwaffen, a neo-Nazi group that was founded in the United States but has expanded into the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and Estonia.

Designating Atomwaffen or another neo-Nazi group like The Base as a terrorist outfit would send a major signal that the U.S. views far-right terrorism as a rising danger that increasingly ignores national boundaries, thanks in no small part to the internet.

But it also could place an uncomfortable spotlight on President Donald Trump’s troubled history with white nationalist activists who support his populist message. The president infamously insisted there were “very fine people” on both sides of the racial debate following violent 2017 clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia, leading to furious criticism followed by a series of White House efforts to walk the comments back.

The Trump administration has nonetheless increased its focus on far-right extremism. In February, FBI Director Christopher Wray told lawmakers that his agency has “elevated to the top-level priority racially motivated violent extremism so it’s on the same footing in terms of our national threat banding as [the Islamic State terrorist group] and homegrown violent extremism.”

The FBI arrested five alleged Atomwaffen members last month and eight alleged members of white supremacist group “the Base” in January. Six members of Atomwaffen have been convicted since 2018 on charges including planning terrorist attacks and murder.

Designating a white supremacist group such as Atomwaffen as a foreign terrorist organization will allow federal prosecutors to more easily charge suspected members with providing material support to terrorists if the suspect has trained with and/or offered advice, personnel or funding to the group. The existence of Atomwaffen was first announced in October 2015 on a now-defunct online forum called Iron March, which was founded out of Russia.

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/03/09...oup-124500

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Russia loves hate groups and wants them to become more loud and hateful to further disrupt the 2020 elections to help Trump. Russia loves that Trump's base is largely racist and their Russian intelligence funded vast troll farms and ramping up the racism and "activism" by the white nationalists and the white supremacists to help get Trump elected. Scream1

This is more of the real Trump/Russian CT of collusion corruption and spreading raciswm and hate to get Trump re-elected. Jhikpghf

Russia trying to “incite violence by white supremacist groups” in US ahead of 2020 election: report
Russian operatives use 4chan to urge “white nationalists to more aggressively spread hate messages,” officials say

"Russian intelligence operatives are ramping up efforts to stoke racial tensions in the U.S. ahead of the 2020 election by attempting to incite violence by white supremacist groups, The New York Times reported, citing seven government officials briefed on recent intelligence.

Russia worked to stoke anger among black activists and voters during the 2016 election, former special counsel Robert Mueller concluded, but Russian operatives are now escalating their efforts by working to influence neo-Nazi groups, according to the report. Federal investigators are now probing how at least one of these groups is funded.

Operatives from the Russian intelligence agency SVR inspired by the violence at the white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Va., have urged "white nationalists to more aggressively spread hate messages" and have helped amplify their posts through social media, officials told the outlet. Russian intelligence services concluded that "promoting hate groups was the most effective method of sowing discord" in the U.S., officials told The Times. Russia has also tried to "push black extremist groups toward violence," though it is unclear how.


The effort comes as public-facing propaganda efforts, like those by the state-backed news outlet RT, repeatedly highlight racial divisions in the U.S., often using these outlets to amplify stories about police violence and racism.

Unlike 2016, however, Russian operatives are getting better at avoiding detection by social media networks, intelligence officials told The Times. Instead of trying to reach as many people as possible using mainstream networks like Facebook, Russian operatives have instead used the far-right message board 4chan and private chat rooms to push their messages.

Russia's aim, multiple officials told the outlet, is to "foster a sense of chaos in the United States," though the effect of their efforts is less clear. Much of what Russia is doing is "trying to amplify the messaging of existing groups," according to the report. And some officials have disputed whether their aim is to influence the election.

"We see Russia is willing to conduct more brazen and disruptive influence operations because of how it perceives its conflict with the West," David Porter, a senior agent on the FBI's Foreign Influence Task Force, said at an election security conference last month. "To put it simply, in this space, Russia wants to watch us tear ourselves apart."

The attempts to stoke racial tensions were only one part of Russia's strategy to influence the 2020 election, officials told The Times, but experts worry that it could "do the most damage to the country's social fabric."

"One of Russia's goals is weakening institutions and the weaponization of race is a way they can do that," Laura Rosenberger, the director of the Alliance for Securing Democracy, told the outlet. "A divided America is a weaker America. When we are unable to solve our challenges together, Russia is more able to flex its power around the world."

The FBI has already begun investigating whether Russians are funding any white supremacist groups. Investigators are looking at whether Rinaldo Nazzaro, the American founder of the neo-Nazi group The Base, who now lives in Russia, has ties to Russian intelligence services or their proxies. The FBI is reviewing his 2018 purchase of property allegedly intended to be a training camp in Washington state, according to the report. Three of the group's members were arrested by the FBI in January ahead of a pro-gun rally in Richmond, Va. Four other members were arrested in Georgia and Wisconsin."


https://www.salon.com/2020/03/10/russia-...on-report/

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Well this is some sick sh*t from the neo-nazi pukes.

White supremacists are encouraging members to infect Jews with coronavirus: FBI

"“The FBI alert, which went out on Thursday, told local police agencies that extremists want their followers to try to use spray bottles to spread bodily fluids to cops on the street,” ABC News reports. “The extremists are also directing followers to spread the disease to Jews by going “any place they may be congregated, to include markets, political offices, businesses and places of worship.”

Michael Masters, the head of Secure Communities Network that coordinates security for synagogues, tells ABC News that neo-Nazis have been claiming that Jews are responsible for the spread of the virus in the United States.

“From pushing the idea that Jews created the coronavirus virus to sell vaccines to encouraging infected followers to try to spread the illness to the Jewish community and law enforcement, as the coronavirus has spread, we have observed how white-supremacists, neo-Nazis and others have used this to drive their own conspiracy theories, spread disinformation and incite violence on their online platforms,” he explains."

https://www.rawstory.com/2020/03/white-s...virus-fbi/

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It's all he posts, leftie garbage.
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It's all he posts, leftie garbage.
Salon
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Anything from those sites is pure autism and shot down in time, every time.

Just try to shoot any of the articles in this thread down. You can't because they are all fact based and reality reporting from good sources.

Please spread you BS at the loser forums that like you lies and bubble headed far right thinking. Loser.

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Good news that Germany is getting active in taking these terror groups down. Other nations need to do the same, some are.

Jail terms for neo-Nazi ‘terror group’ in Germany

"Eight members of a neo-Nazi cell were jailed Tuesday after a German court found them guilty of forming a “terrorist organisation” that was planning a campaign of violence.

The higher regional court in Dresden sentenced the accused, aged between 22 and 32, to prison terms ranging from two years and three months to five and a half years for the ringleader of the group that called itself “Revolution Chemnitz”.

The trial, which lasted six months, was closely watched in Germany where concern has been growing over an increasingly militant far-right scene.

A racist gunman shot dead nine people at a shisha bar and a cafe in the western city of Hanau last month, stunning the country and prompting Chancellor Angela Merkel to urge Germans to resist the “poison” of xenophobia and hatred.

The eight jailed on Tuesday were part of the hooligan, neo-Nazi and skinhead scene in and around the city of Chemnitz in Saxony state, in Germany’s former communist East.

They banded together in an online chat group in September 2018, shortly after the murder of a German man by a Syrian sparked anti-migrant street riots in Chemnitz.

The court heard how the ringleader, electrician Christian Keilberg, asked the other seven to sign up to a manifesto in the chat group, that called for perceived enemies to be targeted through armed violence.

The text said the group’s aim was to make the National Socialist Underground or NSU “look like a kindergarten group” — a reference to a neo-Nazi extremist group uncovered in 2011 that murdered 10 people and planted three bombs.

During the trial, defense lawyers argued unsuccessfully that their clients had either not fully understood the manifesto or didn’t take it seriously.

– ‘Planning a bloodbath’ –

Five of the defendants carried out a first attack on September 14, 2018 “armed with glass bottles, weighted knuckle gloves, and an electroshock appliance” that hurt several foreign residents in Chemnitz, prosecutors said.

The violence was believed to have been a “test run” for a larger attack on October 3, the day Germany celebrates reunification.


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The neo-nazi pukes are getting all excited for the chance at their beloved race war in a coronavirus chaos. Scream1

Gleeful neo-Nazis see echoes of the 1930s as America plunges into a coronavirus crisis

"One post shared on the social-media app Telegram depicts a Nazi stormtrooper flanked by pixelated text declaring, “Kali Yuga ends, black sun rises,” signaling a transition from a “dark age” to a fascist nirvana as symbolized by the “black sun” design elevated during the Third Reich.

The mocking, faux-sacramental testimonial attached to the March 12 post is written from the perspective of someone supposedly infected with COVID-19, who describes coughing in a rabbi’s face and wiping mucus on the gas pumps “every Indian-owned gas station I could find.”

The anonymous poster, known as “Gas Me Daddy,” circulated the Brenton Tarrant manifesto shortly after the March 15, 2019 Christchurch mosque shooting, according to Megan Squire, a computer science professor at Elon University who monitors violent white supremacists online.

Similar comments on Telegram have caught the attention of the US Department of Homeland Security, which issued an intelligence brief for the week of Feb. 17-21 warning that “white racially motivated violent extremists” have recently commented that they have an “obligation” to spread the virus, targeting minority communities and law enforcement in particular. The intelligence brief notes that when white supremacists discuss the virus, they’ve been using terms like “corona-chan” (referencing 4chan, the anonymous bulletin board rife with vile provocation), “bowlronavirus” (referencing the haircut of Dylann Roof, the young man who killed nine parishioners at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC in 2015) and “boogaflu” (a modification of the term “boogaloo” used to denote a future civil war.)

An alert from the FBI’s New York office on March 19 similarly warned that “members of extremist groups are encouraging one another to spread the virus, if contracted, through bodily fluids and personal interactions,” according to a report by ABC News.

“As far as the more extreme users on Telegram, or ‘Terrorgram,’ as it’s known, they’ve gone through all the phases,” Squire said. “They started out excited when they saw this was limited to China: ‘It’s going to kill the Asian people!’ Then, it made it to Europe, and they were excited about closing the borders. Any excuses to close borders. Now, that it’s in the U.S. they’re on the Trump train calling it the ‘Chinese virus…. It’s predictable. They’re hateful. That’s their whole worldview. That’s the lens through which they look at the world.”

Leaked chats by members of Feuerkrieg Division — a violent, accelerationist group with significant crossover to Atomwaffen Division and the Base, which have been significantly hobbled by recent federal indictments — obtained by Unicorn Riot show members urging each other to infect Jews if they contract the virus, and discussing calling in bomb threats to tie up law enforcement in large cities like New York and Los Angeles “when this virus starts to take hold.”

“I think some of that is bluster, and a lot of it is fantasy, but the FBI put that document out, so they must have taken it at least partially seriously,” Squire said. “I think a lot of it is fantasy the same way they fantasized about the boogaloo being kicked off by a gun rally in Virginia.”"

https://www.rawstory.com/2020/03/gleeful...us-crisis/

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Wow the fake race war is more important to these stupid f*cks than a pandemic. Scream1

White supremacist killed in shootout with FBI agents planned to bomb Missouri hospital during coronavirus pandemic

"Media outlets are reporting that an admirer of racist terror groups like The Order was —according to the FBI — planning to bomb a Missouri hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.

Timothy R. Wilson, the New York Times’ Adam Goldman is reporting, was killed during a shootout with FBI agents on Tuesday, March 24 in Belton, Missouri. However, Goldman notes that according to FBI officials, it is unclear “whether the man was killed by FBI agents or died by suicide” during the confrontation.

The 36-year-old Wilson had been under investigation as part of a broader FBI probe of domestic terrorism, Goldman reports, and the shootout occurred when FBI agents tried to arrest him. Although Wilson had considered other possible targets (including synagogues and mosques), he decided on a hospital.

According to research by Nick R. Martin (who reports on hate groups and extremism for his website, The Informant), Wilson “was an admirer of the 1980s terrorist group The Order and had ties to two active neo-Nazi organizations”: the National Socialist Movement (NSM) and Vorherrschaft Division (VSD).

Martin, noting that Wilson was active online using the name “Werwolfe 84,” reports, “With the help of Elon University computer science professor Megan Squire, The Informant was able to determine on Wednesday that Wilson was active in public Telegram channels for two neo-Nazi groups: the National Socialist Movement (NSM) and Vorherrschaft Division (VSD). The NSM is a decades-old neo-Nazi organization with a history of violence.”

According to Martin, “Werwolfe 84” believed that Jews were using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to attack non-Jewish whites. “Werwolfe 84” wrote, “If you don’t think this whole thing was engineered by Jews as a power grab, here is more proof of their plans. Jews have been playing the long game we are the only ones standing in their way.”

Martin notes that “Werwolfe 84” expressed his admiration for Robert Matthews, who was the leader of the white supremacist group The Order and was killed in a shootout with law enforcement in 1984. In his posts, “Werwolfe 84” referred to Matthews as “Uncle Bob.”

During the coronavirus pandemic — which, according to researchers at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, has killed more than 22,000 people worldwide and over 1000 in the U.S. alone — health care officials have been warning that there could be a critical shortage of hospital beds and life-saving medical equipment. And Wilson, according to the FBI, was planning to attack a Missouri hospital at a time when the U.S. needs all the hospital beds and all the health care workers it can get.

In an official statement, the FBI said, “Wilson considered various targets and ultimately settled on an area hospital in an attempt to harm many people — targeting a facility that is providing critical medical care in today’s environment.”"

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Post: #644
RE: Far right militant NEWS Updates:
He Man  Wrote: (02-12-2020 11:11 PM)
Report for Feb 12, 2020:

Wow they are torturing each other now,.. better than the alternative I guess. Still self deporting in stupid droves, into prison, that is good news at least. I wonder if they will get air conditioning in prison?

link to image: https://i.imgur.com/el9NXXL.jpg

White Supremacist Gang Allegedly Tortured and Killed a Member Over Broken Air Conditioner
Jared “Cowboy” Langworthy was bashed, tortured, thrown in a pond—and had his Aryan Brotherhood tattoo burnt off his shoulder

"A white-supremacist gang in Oklahoma turned on one of its own members, murdering him and burning off his gang tattoo because he destroyed an air conditioning unit, police say.

Jared “Cowboy” Langworthy was set upon by seven Universal Aryan Brotherhood members, including his girlfriend, on Dec. 5 and tortured, bashed with a bat, shot at, thrown in a pond, and burned with a hot metal object. U.S. marshals are now hunting for Aaron Mitchell Welch, the last of the seven members accused of first-degree murder. A sixth member, Jerry “One Eye” Brian Williamson, was caught last week.

The Universal Aryan Brotherhood, a violent neo-Nazi gang run out of Oklahoma’s prisons, is an offshoot of the infamous Aryan Brotherhood, known for their dealings with mob boss John Gotti and their brutal “blood in, blood out” motto. Members sport “SS” lightning bolt tattoos and adhere to militaristic rules.

The gang’s inner workings were revealed in a sweeping RICO operation last year that targeted 18 UAB members for kidnapping, racketeering, drug conspiracy, and nine murders. It found that an all-powerful Main Council of about a dozen prisoners directs all operations, controls sub-councils in smaller prisons and hands out SS “patches” to prospects who commit acts of violence. Outside “the walls,” the gang distributes meth and enforces their rule through kidnappings, arson and murder. Women, known as “featherwoods,” often carry out orders.

In rare cases, the gang has turned on members for indiscretions like stealing drugs or defying rules. Langworthy’s case is one of the more chilling episodes of internal retribution outside prison walls, showing how even the smallest of slights can be fatal.

Cody Lee Fulmer, whose silver SUV was allegedly seen leaving the scene of the crime, admitted to investigators that he bashed Langworthy but denied using a weapon or leaving him for dead, according to an affidavit filed in the District Court for Tulsa County. He said Langworthy’s girlfriend, Destiny Rae Asher, lived with Fulmer’s relative, and Langworthy would damage property whenever his girlfriend would not come outside. In one instance, he ripped an air conditioning unit while fighting Asher.

“This made [Fulmer] mad because his family member Charlie was extremely old and in a wheelchair and did not deserve that to happen,” the affidavit says."

https://www.thedailybeast.com/oklahomas-...r?ref=home

That is fake mugshots. All faces based on same face. Start by seeing all noses are same.
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Post: #645
RE: Far right militant NEWS Updates:
Doodah  Wrote: (03-26-2020 09:46 PM)
He Man  Wrote: (02-12-2020 11:11 PM)
Report for Feb 12, 2020:

Wow they are torturing each other now,.. better than the alternative I guess. Still self deporting in stupid droves, into prison, that is good news at least. I wonder if they will get air conditioning in prison?

link to image: https://i.imgur.com/el9NXXL.jpg

White Supremacist Gang Allegedly Tortured and Killed a Member Over Broken Air Conditioner
Jared “Cowboy” Langworthy was bashed, tortured, thrown in a pond—and had his Aryan Brotherhood tattoo burnt off his shoulder

"A white-supremacist gang in Oklahoma turned on one of its own members, murdering him and burning off his gang tattoo because he destroyed an air conditioning unit, police say.

Jared “Cowboy” Langworthy was set upon by seven Universal Aryan Brotherhood members, including his girlfriend, on Dec. 5 and tortured, bashed with a bat, shot at, thrown in a pond, and burned with a hot metal object. U.S. marshals are now hunting for Aaron Mitchell Welch, the last of the seven members accused of first-degree murder. A sixth member, Jerry “One Eye” Brian Williamson, was caught last week.

The Universal Aryan Brotherhood, a violent neo-Nazi gang run out of Oklahoma’s prisons, is an offshoot of the infamous Aryan Brotherhood, known for their dealings with mob boss John Gotti and their brutal “blood in, blood out” motto. Members sport “SS” lightning bolt tattoos and adhere to militaristic rules.

The gang’s inner workings were revealed in a sweeping RICO operation last year that targeted 18 UAB members for kidnapping, racketeering, drug conspiracy, and nine murders. It found that an all-powerful Main Council of about a dozen prisoners directs all operations, controls sub-councils in smaller prisons and hands out SS “patches” to prospects who commit acts of violence. Outside “the walls,” the gang distributes meth and enforces their rule through kidnappings, arson and murder. Women, known as “featherwoods,” often carry out orders.

In rare cases, the gang has turned on members for indiscretions like stealing drugs or defying rules. Langworthy’s case is one of the more chilling episodes of internal retribution outside prison walls, showing how even the smallest of slights can be fatal.

Cody Lee Fulmer, whose silver SUV was allegedly seen leaving the scene of the crime, admitted to investigators that he bashed Langworthy but denied using a weapon or leaving him for dead, according to an affidavit filed in the District Court for Tulsa County. He said Langworthy’s girlfriend, Destiny Rae Asher, lived with Fulmer’s relative, and Langworthy would damage property whenever his girlfriend would not come outside. In one instance, he ripped an air conditioning unit while fighting Asher.

“This made [Fulmer] mad because his family member Charlie was extremely old and in a wheelchair and did not deserve that to happen,” the affidavit says."

https://www.thedailybeast.com/oklahomas-...r?ref=home

That is fake mugshots. All faces based on same face. Start by seeing all noses are same.

There has been so many fake psyop stories about gangs that it has become clear that the slave master magicians control them including the drug cartels. This shows why it is so important that each of you real truth seekers train your eyes to see one face playing multiple roles. They also control all the marches and demonstrations across the country. Try to compare faces of the never ending demonstrators in Portland Oregon. They make sure you can't do it. It used to be easy to see their fake faces until I started exposing it a few years ago. We live in a actor/ cgi/ psyop generated reality.
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