A former FBI agent has documented links between serving officers and racist militant activities in more than a dozen states
White supremacist groups have infiltrated US law enforcement agencies in every region of the country over the last two decades, according to a new report about the ties between police and far-right vigilante groups.
Kenosha County Sheriff's Department looking into possible connection to 'vigilante group'
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Gunfire erupted overnight at a protest in support of Jacob Blake, who was shot several times during an encounter with police in Kenosha, Wis., and remains in hospital. 1:00
Serving Canadian Ranger described prime minister as a 'treasonous bastard' in Twitter post
The military's counterintelligence branch took a close look at a pair of Canadian Rangers as early as four years ago over their involvement in far-right organizations, but the Department of National Defence (DND) allowed them to keep serving without interruption, CBC News has learned.
We couldn't wait until our next e-news to update you on the troubling situation in Portland. What happened yesterday on the streets of downtown Portland, where Western States Center’s offices are based, looked a lot like Charlottesville three years ago: hundreds of far-right protesters from various paramilitary and anti-democratic groups that have terrorized Portland for years deployed violence against the community, spraying bear mace, fi
Amy Herzfeld-Copple, deputy director of the Portland, Ore.-based Western States Center, released the following statement:
“A year ago, the city of Portland showed far-right extremists the door. City leaders locked arms with community leaders, local businesses and everyday citizens to come together and reject hate. We thought that day marked a turning point for Portland, but we were deeply disappointed by what we witnessed today.
It started as an internet meme.
Then waves of political unrest gave adherents of the Boogaloo a chance to test their theories about the collapse of American society.
By Leah Sottile
Illustrations by Tomer Hanuka
August 19, 2020
Online intolerance is increasing; activist
‘It’s mind-boggling’ says Langley City’s Cran Campbell
Online racism is getting worse, according to Langley City anti-bigotry activist Cran Campbell .
Campbell, 71, said intolerant language is getting uglier and more extreme on the Craiglist Vancouver online forums that he monitors.
“I believe, personally, its starting to crank up,” Campbell told the Langley Advance Times.
The American founder of US-based militant neo-Nazi group The Base is directing the organisation from Russia, a BBC investigation has found.
Rinaldo Nazzaro, 46, who uses the aliases "Norman Spear" and "Roman Wolf", left New York for St Petersburg less than two years ago.
The Base is a major counter terrorism focus for the FBI.
Seven alleged members were charged this month with various offences, including conspiracy to commit murder.