April 15, 2017
The feds have raided “white supremacists” in New Jersey.
I don’t have any details about this beyond the very cagey mainstream news articles available.
I don’t even know how many people – if any – were arrested.
The FBI’s early-morning raid on a Phillipsburg home targeted white supremacists, sources said.
About 50 federal agents from the FBI and other agencies surrounded the home at 487 S. Main St. at 5:45 a.m., blocking off a section of the street.
FBI offices in Newark and Philadelphia confirmed they carried out “court-authorized activity” in Phillipsburg, but deferred further comment to the US Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. Sources with knowledge of the investigation said white supremacy was a focus but they weren’t authorized to speak about it.
The Aryan Strikeforce was active last year in the Warren County town, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which in February released its annual list of hate groups nationwide.
During the raid, one resident, who declined to be identified, said that people at that address wore black clothes and boots and made hand signals to each other. One allegedly had a “white power” tattoo on his head. The neighbor said he had lived there 28 years, and that the residents at 487 have been there six months to a year.
Later Thursday morning, Chris DeLorenzo, who lives a few doors down, said that he had seen vehicles with Nazi symbols pull up there before.
So, was this a violent group?
Were they planning something?
Surely if that is the case, the public should be made aware of the details, no?
I have never heard of the Aryan Strikeforce, nor do I trust the SPLC to confirm that this is even a thing. The lying Jew SPLC calls everything a “hate group” (including this website, which is in fact not a “group” but a website), and sometimes they just make up names for things, or invent people and write about them. They get caught doing this constantly. It is a joke organization.
So, I’ll wait for an explanation from the Feds as to what’s going on here.