Former Neo-Nazi Leader Charged Over Emailed Threats
William A. White, a former neo-Nazi leader with a history of making threats, has been charged yet again by federal authorities in Roanoke.
An indictment returned today alleges that White sent threatening emails to his ex-wife in May and June, not long after he jumped parole and fled to Mexico.
White was angry at the woman, identified in the indictment only as “MW,” because she had stopped sending him alimony payments, federal authorities alleged.
“I would strongly recommend that you have the $500 when you are contacted — or you will probably be hospitalized,” White allegedly wrote in one of four emails cited in the indictment.