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After Report, Northrop Grumman Fires Violent Neo-Nazi Engineer

The CEO of Northrop Grumman told employees he was saddened by ProPublica and Frontline’s report concerning Michael Miselis, an aerospace engineer who took part in the violence in Charlottesville last year.

July 8, 2018

Why Does This Violent Neo-Nazi Still Hold A Pentagon Security Clearance?

Michael Miselis took part in the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. So far, it hasn’t damaged his standing at Northrop Grumman.

July 7, 2018

Neo-Nazi Who Joined Marines Is Court-Martialed, Headed For Jail

Vasillios Pistolis had bragged online about his affiliations and his role in the violence in Charlottesville last year.

June 22, 2018

Why Didn’t Marine Corps Expel A Violent Neo-Nazi?

A former Marine says he alerted the Corps to a white supremacist in its ranks last October. Six months later, he wonders how seriously the Corps is investigating.

May 23, 2018

Marines Open Investigation Into Active-Duty White Supremacist

Stationed at North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune and assigned to the 2nd Marine Logistics Group, Pistolis has associated with an array of neo-Nazi organizations, including the National Socialist Movement, the Traditionalist Worker Party, and Atomwaffen Division, a clandestine group that aims to incite a race war, according to interviews and an analysis of video and online postings.

May 6, 2018
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Neo-Nazi Atomwaffen Group Loses Platforms

The action comes after ProPublica reports detailing the organization’s terrorist ambitions and revealing that the California man charged with murdering Blaze Bernstein, a 19-year-old college student found buried in an Orange County park earlier this year, was an Atomwaffen member.

March 7, 2018
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White Supremacists Share Bomb-Making Materials In Online Chats

The documents, which range from instructions on detonating dynamite to U.S. military manuals for constructing improvised explosives and booby traps, were passed around during online conversations among members of Anticom, a secretive and militant group that has emerged during the past year.

November 3, 2017