“The Spooky Nationalist”: Freelance Writer Benjamin Miller Welton

Some fascists, like neo-Nazi Perry Maholland Jr whom we reported on in our last article, openly spew their bile and are happy to associate their real names with their neo-Nazi activities. Most, however, realize that their ideology is repellent to the general public and detrimental to maintaining gainful employment and social relations. They hide behind …

Neo-Nazi Profile: Perry Maholland Jr of Levittown, Pennsylvania

In today’s report we would like to present this concise profile on a Pennsylvanian neo-Nazi who runs a fledgling social media website that caters to neo-Nazis, fascists, antisemites and admirers of Adolf Hitler. Allow us to introduce: Perry Maholland Jr. of Levittown, Pennsylvania Perry Maholland Jr’s adoration of Adolf Hitler and Nazis is hardly a …

Dropping the Illusion: White Nationalists Brandon Keith Langham and wife Veronica Nicole Langham of Illusion Radio

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The Strange Case of “Pikachu”: Romanian Neo-Nazi Podcaster Diana Brancoveanu, aka Simona Thrussell

The prevalence of neo-Nazi podcasts is something no one could have predicted. On the other hand, perhaps it should be no surprise that racists and white nationalists would embrace new forms of media to spread their hate. One of these such podcasts is “Red, White and Black Pill,” hosted and produced by a neo-Nazi Romanian …

Meet the Mitchells of “Exodus Americanus”

“Roscoe P. Jones,” the pseudonymous host of Exodus Americanus, one of the longest-running white nationalist podcasts, for years espoused racism, antisemitism, homophobia, transphobia and white persecution conspiracy theories on his show. Since its premier, Exodus Americanus has developed a wide following among hate groups and white nationalist movements. “Roscoe” however did not accomplish this alone. …

Neo-Nazi Navy Doc Joseph Cihlar Joins Beacon Health Alliance in Hixson, Tennessee

Following the release of thousands of messages from neo-Nazi Discord chat rooms by Unicorn Riot, scores of white nationalists scrambled to cover up their dirty little secrets. One of those white nationalists went by the alias “DocCLAR.” Even though DocCLAR was easily identified following the leak, this news did not receive the attention it deserved. …

Doxing the Doxer: Neo-Nazi Active Duty Army Soldier Vince Salvadalena Doxed Antifacists After Charlottesville

Five days after neo-Nazi James Fields drove his car into a crowd of antifascist and civil rights marchers in Charlottesville, killing one and injuring nineteen, a neo-Nazi University of Nebraska student named Dan Kleves set up a Discord server called “Pony Power,” the purpose of which was to gather information on antifascist activists and “dox” …

NCSU Declines to Discipline “Proud Boy” Employee Chadwick Seagraves

On November 17, 2020 we reported our discovery that North Carolina State University employee Chadwick Jason Seagraves was behind a massive dox of individuals whom he alleged were “antifa” or “anarchists” and members of the LGBTQ communities. Seagraves had collected personal information on dozens of individuals and distributed this collection of files on the message …

Doxer Chadwick Seagraves Still on NCSU’s Payroll: Here’s A Glimpse of His Material

On November 17, 2020 we exposed Chadwick Jason Seagraves, who works in the North Carolina State University IT department, as a member of the “Proud Boys,” a known hate group, and as the individual who attempted to dox activists and LGBTQ persons whom he deemed to be “antifa” and “anarchists.” At least one of the …

Doxer Gets Doxed: “Proud Boy” Chadwick Jason Seagraves of NCSU

On November 10, 2020 a Twitter user with the handle “@oto666yamaguchi” [1] and the screen name “Duncan Lemp”[2] claimed to have been “wardriving antifa rioters, letting them associate with mobile honeypots to access internet” so they could “look at their traffic.” Included in the tweet was a network diagram that outlined what the poster purported …