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FBI: Terrorism Suspect Who Stopped Train Has Ties to White Supremacists

Terror suspect Taylor Michael Wilson.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

An armed Missouri man who stopped a cross-country Amtrak train in southwest Nebraska has ties to white supremacists and advocated “killing black people,” new court documents show.

Taylor Michael Wilson, 26, of St. Charles, has been charged with terrorism and other violent-related crimes in U.S. district Court in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Lincoln Journal Star reports

FBI Special Agent Monte Czaplewski said there’s sufficient evidence to show that Wilson’s electronic devices and firearms “have been used for or obtained in anticipation of engaging in or planning to engage in criminal offenses against the United States.”

Newly unsealed court records indicate agents found videos and PDF files on Wilson’s phone that suggest ties to white supremacy. Also found on the phone was a book about how to kill people.

An acquaintance of suspect told the FBI that Wilson had joined a neo-Nazi group. Another informant told the FBI that Wilson supported “killing black people.”

Arrested Dec. 23, Wilson is now in federal custody. 

NBC Reports on Neo-Nazi Who May Have Been Targeting Black and Jewish Leaders in Metro Detroit

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FBI Paid $40,000 to Informant Who Helped Bring Down Members of a Neo-Nazi Group

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI paid $40,000 to an undercover informant who infiltrated a neo-Nazi group in Florida and secretly photographed white supremacists, some of whom were arrested last spring, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

The informant, Jason Hall, helped determine that the members of American Front were receiving paramilitary training to prepare for an inevitable race war, the Sentinel reported, citing records.

Hall began working as an informant to work off criminal charges and helped the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI’s task force.

The investigation into the neo-Nazi group led to the arrest of 14 people. One has pleaded guilty, while the others are awaiting trial, according to the Sentinel.

Neo-Nazi Leader Convicted of Hate Crimes in Va.

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By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

WASHINGTON — The self-proclaimed commander of a Neo Nazi group in Roanoke, Va., was convicted on Friday in federal court in Virginia  of intimidating individuals by threatening them and posting some of their names, addresses, phone numbers and other personal information on  a Neo-Nazi website, authorities said.

From 2006 to 2008, William A. “Bill” White of the neo-Nazi group American National Socialist Workers Party,  went after a bank employee over a financial dispute and others involved in a federal  anti-discriminatory housing lawsuit, authorities charged.

“These communications included late night telephone calls to the victims’ homes, during which he would identify himself as the leader of a white supremacist group; emails to the victims in which he would make threatening statements; and posting the victims’ names, addresses, phone numbers, and other personal information on neo-Nazi Web sites, sometimes accompanied by language advocating the murder of the targeted victim,” the Justice Department said in a press release.

He was also convicted of  threatening a human rights lawyer from Canada and a university administrator responsible for implementing a diversity program, the Justice Department said.

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