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Inside Virginia's Church-Burning Werewolf White Supremacist Cult

Virginia's White Supremacist GroupsViking-inspired white supremacists trying to terrorize black Christians in the South: not as rare as you think.

News broke yesterday that the FBI arrested two young men under the suspicion that they were planning to start a race war by bombing black churches in their home state of Virginia. The men, Robert Doyle and Ronald Chaney, allegedly ascribe to an Icelandic pagan faith called Asatru that has a disturbingly large following among white supremacists.

The faith itself doesn’t seek to endorse or promulgate racist or anti-Semitic views. But you could be forgiven for thinking it does, given its strange appeal to Nazis and other sundry bigots.


Utah Judge Removes Foster Child From LGBT Parents

Utah removes child from Utah gay foster parentsApril Hoagland and Beckie Peirce are married with two children, and hope to adopt a third, a baby they have been fostering for three months.

But the Utah couple says their adoption hopes were dashed when a judge ruled to remove the baby from their home, saying that the child would be better raised by heterosexual parents.


Driven to hospital, Virginia man tased, shackled and dies in police custody

Linwood LambertWhen three Virginia police officers put Linwood Lambert in a squad car around 5 a.m. on May 4, 2013, they said they were taking him to the ER for medical attention because he was speaking delusionally. Just over an hour later, Lambert died in police custody.

He was never given medical care, though the officers of South Boston, Va. did drive him to the hospital. He was not initially put under arrest, though the officers ultimately arrested him, shackled his hands and legs, and tased him repeatedly.  While in custody he was agitated and ran from the officers. Ambulance workers say police later claimed he fought them at a time when videos show he was actually unconscious. Police dispute that account and deny allegations of excessive force.


Georgia man's lawsuit: police forced guilty plea by dangling me off bridge

Georgia man freed after decades in prisonA Georgia man says he was frightened into pleading guilty to a murder he didn’t commit after police dangled him off a bridge three decades ago, brought charges against his parents and threatened him with the death penalty.

Timothy R Johnson was 22 in September 1984 when police arrested him and charged him with the killing of a Warner Robins convenience store clerk shot during a robbery. He pleaded guilty in December of that year – even though he says he didn’t commit the crime. He was sentenced to life in prison.


University of Missouri police arrest suspect as racist threats rock campus

U of Mo.University of Missouri police say the department has arrested a suspect accused of making online threats against black students and faculty.

A post early on Wednesday on the university’s emergency alert website said the suspect was in university police custody and was not on or near the university campus when the threats were made. A dispatcher at the university’s police department said more information would be released later on Wednesday.


Nine killed aboard charter plane that crashed Tuesday into Ellet apartment building in Akron

Jet crashes into apartment complexA private charter jet with nine people on board crashed into an Akron apartment building Tuesday afternoon, leaving no survivors.

The owner of the plane confirmed nine people were on board. Authorities on Tuesday evening said no one on the plane survived, but they would not yet confirm the number of people on board or dead.

It appeared no one on the ground in the Ellet neighborhood where the crash occurred was injured or killed.


Obama Administration will take immigration fight to Supreme Court

Supreme courtThe Obama Administration will ask the Supreme Court to allow President Barack Obama to proceed with a round of executive actions to make it easier for millions of illegal immigrants to live and work in the U.S., the Justice Department said Tuesday.

A federal judge halted those moves in February and Monday night a federal appeals court refused to overturn that injunction. The White House was initially cagey about what the administration planned to do next, a decision that is technically made by Solicitor General Donald Verrilli.


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