Poland asks Netflix to make changes to documentary about Nazi death camp guard
Poland asks Netflix to make changes to documentary about Nazi death camp guardThe camps were built by the Nazis on Polish soil during their brutal occupation of Poland in World War Two, but the map used in the documentary, Morawiecki said, implied that Poland existed at that time as an independent nation within its postwar borders and thus could share responsibility for the atrocities.
Richard Tobin is accused of using a neo - Nazi social network called The Base to find volunteers to for the September graffiti The group ’s symbol references a failed 1923 German coup led by Adolf Hitler, according to the FBI. The court filings have not named the people who attacked the two synagogues.
Richard Tobin of New Jersey directed group ’s members hundreds of miles away to deface synagogues in Michigan and Wisconsin. According to reporting in Vice, by last year The Base had already attracted recruits from other far right and neo - Nazi organizations like Atomwaffen (AWD) and
A member of the neo-Nazi group The Base instructed his peers to vandalize synagogues, then gave up those comrades’ names when questioned by the FBI, court documents allege.
Richard Tobin, 18, was arrested last week on allegations of conspiring to vandalize synagogues across the country. Tobin was allegedly a member of The Base, a white supremacist group that encourages violence and terror tactics. Although the The Base prizes secrecy, Tobin appears to have named two other members and accused them of crimes during an interview with an FBI agent. His arrest comes amid a series of law enforcement crackdowns against far-right extremists, suggesting increased scrutiny of the movement.
German Auction House Defends Selling Nazi Items, Including Copy of Hitler's Mein Kampf with $4,000 Starting Price
"What you are doing is not illegal, but it is wrong," a Rabbi pleaded with the auction house last week.HermannHistorica auction house is due to sell 842 items linked to the Nazis in the German city of Munich on Wednesday.
Neo - Nazi network The Base orchestrated synagogue attacks to coincide with anniversary of Richard Tobin of New Jersey directed group ’s members hundreds of miles away to deface synagogues in Unlike many other news sites, we have not put up a paywall. But we would like to invite readers who
Richard Tobin is accused of using a neo - Nazi social network called The Base to find volunteers to for the September graffiti attacks on synagogues in Michigan and Wisconsin, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. Tobin also allegedly said he planned the attacks as part of nationwide campaign he called
On consecutive days in late September, Beth Israel Sinai synagogue in Racine, Wisconsin, and Temple Jacob in Hancock, Michigan, were vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti.
“Reading the affidavit, you can’t help but be disturbed by its contents,” David Holden, president of Temple Jacob, told The Daily Beast. Temple Jacob was targeted with swastikas and The Base’s logo. He said he hoped prosecutors could “bring this person and his co-conspirators to justice.”
Though separated by state lines, both attacks allegedly originated with Tobin, who lives in New Jersey. According to a criminal complaint, Tobin called the campaign “Operation Kristallnacht,” a reference to a two-dayin Nazi Germany that destroyed Jewish homes and businesses and left more than 90 dead.
Jury selection set for March in murder trial of Richard Dabate, who investigators charged with killing his wife based on Fitbit data
Jury selection will begin in March in the murder trial of Richard Dabate, accused of shooting his wife in the head in the basement of their Ellington home in December 2015 in a case that has drawn national attention for investigators’ use of data from her Fitbit they say pierces his alibi. Dabate, 43, appeared in Superior Court in Rockville Tuesday, the first time he has been before a judge since January. He has been free on a $1 million bond since his April 2017 arrest for the murder of his wife, Connie Dabate. The case has languished on the docket because of the voluminous amount of discovery materials and health issues surrounding his attorney.
A New Jersey man, 18, was arrested and held without bond for allegedly ordering the vandalism of two synagogues in other states. Richard Tobin is accused of using a neo - Nazi social network called The Base to find volunteers to for the September graffiti attacks on synagogues in Michigan and
Richard Tobin , an 18-year-old from Brooklawn, New Jersey, allegedly directed members of a white supremacist organization, referred to as " Group 1" in court filings The group 's insignia is associated with a neo - Nazi social media network called The Base , which was created by a self-proclaimed white
Calls to violence within the group are common in The Base, which organizes itself into loose cells across the U.S. and Canada. The group adopts explicitly neo-Nazi imagery and trains members in violence at “hate camps.” Although Tobin is not accused of personally vandalizing the synagogues, he admitted to instructing two fellow Base members to carry out the attacks.
And he gave up those members’ names in an Oct. 30 interview with the FBI, according to a criminal complaint.
“Tobin stated that a named member” of The Base “had ‘hit’ a synagogue in Wisconsin” and that another named member had done the same to a synagogue in Minnesota, the complaint said.
He also described himself as asking the two people to “tag the shit” out of the synagogues and that “if there’s a window that wants to be broken, don’t be shy,” prosecutors alleged.
The feds also seized Tobin’s electronic devices, where he was revealed to have conducted multiple Google searches for “” in the days before the graffiti, according to the complaint. Those seized devices might be even more damaging for The Base.
Hitler birth house in Austria to become police station
The house where Adolf Hitler was born will be turned into a police station, Austria's interior ministry announced Tuesday, after years of legal wrangling as the government looks to prevent the building from becoming a neo-Nazi shrine. The yellow corner house in the northern town of Braunau on the border with Germany, where Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, was taken into government control in 2016. But the destiny of the building was subject to a lengthy legal battle with the family of Gerlinde Pommer, which owned the house for nearly a century. That only ended this year when the country's highest court ruled on the compensation Pommer would receive.
Investigators say Richard Tobin , 18, of Brooklawn, used the neo - Nazi social network The Base to recruit the perpetrators who carried out the September “ Tobin said that he was triggered by the state of the country, such as when he saw a Pride parade or a large number of African Americans in one
Neo - Nazi groups share a hatred for Jews and a love for Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany. While they also hate other minorities, gays and lesbians and even sometimes Christians, they perceive Nearly 18 months after Charlottesville, mass movement, membership- based neo - Nazism is on the decline.
Members of The Base use a secure chat room to communicate,. The tactic is designed to prevent leaks, which have previously revealed compromising information on white supremacist groups like Identity Evropa and the Traditionalist Worker Party. The Base’s social media network is reportedly built on the secure messaging server Riot, and members must pass a vetting process to be admitted. Some of the group’s messages have still managed to leak to Vice and .
Seizure of Tobin’s electronics means feds might also have access to the server now. A search of his internet history revealed him using an “encrypted messaging platform” to contact the two people he named as the synagogue vandals. “The symbol of [The Base] was listed in the name of the website,” the complaint says of the messaging platform.
The complaint describes The Base’s online presence as a place where “they have discussed, among other things, the recruitment of prospective members, and the creation of a white ethno-state, acts of violence against minorities (including African-Americans and Jewish-Americans) [The Base’s] military training camps, and ways to make improvised explosive devices.” The description is consistent with screenshots published by Vice last year, which showed the group as maintaining an online “library” with manuals on building weapons and explosives.
House Where Hitler Was Born to Be Converted Into a Police Station
The house where Adolf Hitler was born will be turned into a police station to prevent admirers of the Nazi dictator making it a place of pilgrimage. © andreas gebert/ReutersAustria’s government announced the decision late Tuesday after a lengthy legal battle with the owner who was forced to sell the property in the small Austrian town of Braunau am Inn to the state.
BBC News Navigation. Two men have been found guilty of being members of banned neo - Nazi group National Action. Earlier that year, the group had celebrated the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox by a white supremacist, which the government said amounted to the unlawful glorification of terrorism.
It had all the characteristics of post-war neo - Nazism - hatred of non-white and Jewish people, a worldview entirely based on racism, veneration But one need not consider the group 's paramilitary fantasies realistic to find them troubling and dangerous. The threat National Action posed came from
Tobin’s arrest also comes as law enforcement appears to step up activity against neo-Nazi groups like Atomwaffen Division, a violent group whose members have voiced support for The Base. The FBI has been investigating Atomwaffen since at least spring 2018,. In August and September, two Atomwaffen members were busted for alleged violent plots. In recent weeks, under a “red flag” law, and was subsequently found with fellow Atomwaffen member Aidan Bruce-Umbaugh, with multiple rifles and thousands of rounds of ammunition (Bruce-Umbaugh member was arrested).
Both groups preach an apocalyptic vision of race war. Tobin’s seized electronics revealed “an obsession with neo-Nazi propaganda, terrorism, and acts of mass violence,” including footage of a mosque shooting, searches for ISIS, and information on bomb-making, according to the criminal complaint.
He also told investigators that he’d considered becoming a suicide bomber, and thought about violence when he saw a Pride Parade, or African-Americans.
“Tobin stated that there was a time when he was at a mall in Edison, New Jersey, and there were so many African Americans around that it ‘enraged’ him,” the complaint reads. “That day, he had a machete in his car, and he wanted to ‘let loose’ with it.”
Phoenix Police arrest suspected child abuser targeting victims on city busses .
The Phoenix Police Department announced Sunday it has arrested a suspected child abuser who was targeting his victims on city busses. Police arrested 53-year-old Martin Huerta-Herrera in the case. They say his first suspected case was in April 2017 near 35th Ave & Thomas when a man seen in the picture below wearing a baseball cap and white shirt attempted to sexually abuse two teenage girls on a city bus. The department had exhausted all leads at that time and did not make an arrest.A second crime happened this month when a suspect sexually abused a minor on a bus near 39st Avenue & Camelback Road.