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Citizen Review Board: The Charlottesville Police Department was seeking a quote of Jason Kessler referring to Unite The Right as "similar to Berkeley" three days before I blogged about it...

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An email released as part of a FOIA request filed by Jason Kessler shows that the Charlottesville Police Department was attempting to locate a quote in which Jason Kessler referred to his then upcoming Unite The Right rally as bearing similarities to an earlier violent event in Berkeley, California. The email is dated August 6, 2017, and is from Charlottesville Police Department Captain Wendy Lewis to Police Chief Al Thomas. The email was sent just three days before I blogged about a podcast in which Kessler referred to the upcoming rally as "shaping up to be like the East Coast Berkeley". The podcast has been scrubbed from the internet, but is available by request by emailing me at rblee22468@gmail.com. The email also contains a link to a now deleted article written by Kessler in April of this year which was published by the Daily Caller. According to handwritten notes adjacent to the link, the file could not be found. An archive of the article has been located online and …

Citizen Review Board: Jason Kessler's FOIA request reveals emails sent and received on private email servers by Charlottesville Police prior to August 12th...

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Emails released under a Freedom of Information Act request submitted by Jason Kessler, the organizer of the disastrous Unite The Right rally, show communication on private email servers by the Charlottesville Police Department prior to the August 12th rally. 










The emails are dated between August 5th and August 6th, 2017, and are between Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas and Captain Wendy Lewis, who was Jason Kessler's liaison in the run up to the August rally. Some of the email content was redacted under FOIA law exemptions which are noted in red ink. 










Subsequent emails from Kessler to Lieutenant Cheryl Sandridge show that Kessler sought clarification from the city whether or not all of Captain Lewis' private emails had in fact been released. Sandridge confirmed that there are no further emails to be released.














Restoring the honor!






The "Danville Unit" participates in Shelbyville Nazi rally...

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Looks like the "Danville Unit" had a busy weekend. I for one did Nazithat coming...




















Restoring the honor!





Spin City: Brad Griffin's half-assed attempt at White Lives Matter damage control...

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I honestly can't believe he's still trying to spin the false narrative that the Nazis weren't responsible for the violence on August 12th in Charlottesville, Virginia, but yeah, he is. Brad Griffin is the PR Chief for the League of the South, and the organizer of the shitshow on Saturday that ended in the cancelling of the second event, and then later that evening, the alleged assault of an interracial couple. Nice work Brad! Oh yeah, and don't forget, most of the people who came to the rally were Neo-Nazis or Klan. Nice, wholesome folks.










Honestly, I'm super surprised that not a single lawsuit filed against the Nazi co-conspirators in the coordinated effort to bring violence to Charlottesville includes Brad Griffin. Not a single one. How is it that one of the most deeply involved organizers of the event doesn't even make it onto a single lawsuit? But I digress, Griffin is still trying to shift the blame from the Unite The Right organizers to the city of Charlo…

Citizen Review Board: Brad Griffin claims that police told the Nationalist Front to go through counter-protesters on August 12th...

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I cannot stress enough that the violence on August 12th at Jason Kessler's Unite The Right rally began when the Nationalist Front marched down the middle of Market Street toward a large crowd of counter-protesters who were waiting in the middle of Market Street. Police Chief Al Thomas claims that the plan that was worked out before August 12th with Unite The Right organizers was that they were supposed to enter at an undisclosed location at the rear of the park. Instead, they marched towards the front of the park where large crowds of counter-protesters were waiting to oppose them non-violently. 










There was no violence before 10:54 am when the Nationalist Front arrived. Video evidence shows the Nationalist Front charging directly into the counter-protesters which set the tone for the day and ultimately led to the cancellation of the event before it was scheduled to begin at 12 pm. Despite these inconvenient facts, Brad Griffin penned a fictional account of events which was publish…

Citizen Review Board: Unite The Right co-organizer Brad Griffin began communicating with "Patriots" who participated in Unite The Right in June...

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Archived Facebook chats show that Unite The Right co-organizer Brad Griffin began chatting with "Patriots" like Ace Baker and Billy Sessions in June of this year. Both men participated in the Unite The Right rally, Baker with American Warrior Revolution and Sessions with "The Hiwaymen". Additionally, Griffin was also chatting up another "Patriot" named Gina Nelms, who had a very public beef with Griffin and the League of the South, just prior to this string of chats.










The chats raise suspicion about whether or not there were efforts by white nationalists to court "Patriot" and militia type groups prior to August 12th, some of whom ultimately came to the Unite The Right rally armed with rifles. Ace Baker was named as a defendant in a lawsuit brought by the city of Charlottesville and a host of other Plaintiff's against paramilitary groups in an effort to stop a repeat of August 12th. Read the archived chats below.












Restoring the honor!






Endangered Souls Racial Club/Crew 519 set to join in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro "White Lives Matter" Nazi rallies on Saturday...

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Endangered Souls RC (Racial Club)/519 Crew are set to take part in two upcoming "White Lives Matter" Nazi rallies happening on Saturday in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Although the rallies are designed not to draw attention to Neo-Nazi groups like the National Socialist Movement, even going as far as banning the use of the swastika due to the terrible optics, Neo-Nazis are joining the event in greater numbers. A new updated post on the rallies at Occidental Dissent omits the banning of the swastika as it has caused division amongst the more hardcore Nazis and cucks like Brad Griffin. 










The National Socialist Movement has long been seen as the joke of the Neo-Nazi movement, but efforts by League of the South member Shaun Winkler have apparently been paying off as he has been successful in bringing in more extreme groups such as the Endangered Souls, who say they are not a Motorcycle Club (MC), but instead a Racial Club (RC). 













The Endangered Souls can be easily spo…

Citizen Review Board: Are members of the Alt-Right breaking the law by providing personal security at events?

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According to Virginia State law, you must be licensed by the state in order to provide private security services, but that apparently isn't stopping the Alt-Right, who have had private security at no less than four events this year (May 13, August 11, August 12, October 7.) 








Private security is regulated and licensed in the state of Virginia by the Department of Criminal Justice Services. The DCJS licenses several different types of security providers including Armed and Unarmed Security Officers and Personal Protection Specialists. Each classification has a litany of legal requirements, fees and forms which must be completed and verified by the DCJS prior to legally providing security services in the state of Virginia. There are also a host of training requirements which must be fulfilled before serving in this capacity.












A search of the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services database for licensed private security providers using names of known Alt-Right figures who hav…