World Inside a Gun-Smuggling Neo-Nazi Cabal Tied to Marines
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Lucy Letby is expected to appear in court on Thursday in connection with a string of deaths in the neo-natal unit of the Countess of Chester Hospital in the United Kingdom.Lucy Letby, a pediatric nurse at the Countess of Chester Hospital in the United Kingdom, was arrested in both 2018 and 2019 in connection with a series of deaths at the medical facility. On Tuesday, Letby was taken into custody a third time in connection with the string of deaths in the hospital's neo-natal unit. Letby is expected to appear at Warrington Magistrates' Court on Thursday.
An active-duty Marine assigned to Camp Lejeune in North Carolina has been charged in an illegal firearms conspiracy—which prosecutors allege was run by a cabal of neo-Nazi ex-military men who wanted to create a “modern day SS.”
The evidence includes a sickening video of live-fire weapons training that ended with the masked participants giving “Heil Hitler” salutes before a slide with the message: “Come home white man.” It also includes chat logs in which the men discussed shooting anti-racism protesters.
Justin Wade Hermanson, 21, was named in a federal indictment along with Liam Collins, 21, and Jordan Duncan, 26, both ex-Marines who served at Camp Lejeune. The fourth person charged is Paul Kryscuk, 35, who linked up with Collins on Iron March, the now-defunct fascist forum that gave birth to the terrorist organization Atomwaffen Division.
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The court papers unsealed in federal court this week lay out a chilling scenario: Plans for a paramilitary organization that would buy up land and eventually wage a guerrilla war on “urban” Americans.
Collins, who had just enlisted in the Marines and didn’t leave the service until this September, described his twisted vision in a 2017 Iron March post.
“[E]everyone [in the group] is going to be required to have served in a nation’s military, whether US, UK, or Poland .... Its a goal for the longterm,” the post said. “I’ll be in the USMC for 4 years while my comrades work on the groups physical formation ... .It will take years to gather all the experience and intelligence that we need to utilize - but that’s what makes it fun. It takes a man’s willpower and heart to make a commitment like this.”
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In a 2017 message to Collins, Kryscuk allegedly fantasized about bringing about “the Balkanization of America” by buying up swaths of land in white, rural, conservative areas of the country.
“First order of business is knocking down The System, mounting it and smashing it’s [sic] face until it has been beaten past the point of death,” he wrote, according to the indictment.
“Eventually we will have to bring the rifles out and go to work.”
Prosecutors say Collins, Kryscuk, and Duncan combined forces to manufacture and modify weapons to make them more lethal and harder to trace by law enforcement—some of which were allegedly sold to Marines, with Hermanson acting as the middleman.
Kryscuk, Collins, and Duncan, who became a military contractor after leaving the Marines, all moved to Boise, Idaho, this year. Over summer, when Black Lives Matter protests sprang up in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, Kryscuk and Duncan stalked protesters, the indictment alleges.
Pete Evans Is Now Posting Neo-Nazi Symbols And The Far-Right Love It [Updated]
Australia's leading conspiracy theorist and celebrity chef Pete Evans has been dumped by his publisher, retailers and even from a reality TV show after he posted a cartoon on social media with a Neo-Nazi symbol worn by the Christchurch terrorist. On Sunday evening, Pete Evans posted a cartoon to his millions of followers on Facebook and Instagram. The cartoon features a caterpillar wearing a Make America Great Again hat speaking to a butterfly featuring the Black Sun symbol -- also known as the sonnenrad or sunwheel. https://twitter.
Messages from Oct. 1 allegedly show Kryscuk and Duncan talking about their group—referred to as BSN—shooting protesters:
DUNCAN: “How the BSNs finna be pulling up to chipotle after hitting legs”
KRYSCUK: “Death squad”
KRYSCUK: “Assassins creed hoodies and suppressed 22 pistols”
DUNCAN: “People freaking tf out”
KRYSCUK: “About what”
DUNCAN: “The end of democracy”
KRYSCUK: “One can hope”
The Boise Police Department condemned the group that had put down stakes in its city.
“Those seeking to cause violence are not welcome in our city,”. “The Boise Police Department is committed to rooting out anyone, from any background and any viewpoint, who would do harm or sow fear in our community.”
The court docket does not list any defense attorneys for the defendants.
A breath of fresh air for Windows 10: Microsoft is preparing a massive update with redesign .
© Microsoft Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. Microsoft seems to have big plans for Windows 10 in the next year. Not only should Windows 10X finally appear, but the operating system could receive a major redesign and possibly support for Android apps. From a Windows perspective, 2020 is coming to an end with small updates and little spectacular innovations. If you believe the Windows Central portal, it was the calm before the storm, because Microsoft wants to make a big splash next year.