Neo-Nazi Bill White Indicted for Internet Threats - Again!
Legal problems for neo-Nazi Bill White keep piling up. Already in jail for one crime and awaiting sentencing for another, the 36-year-old racist was just indicted in Florida on six counts of using the Internet to make violent threats against investigators and a judge.
One of those threats, according to the indictment, was sent to this blog after Hatewatch on May 14, 2012, reported the arrest of members of the American Front, a militia-style white supremacist group.
White made the extortion threats, the indictments alleges, in an attempt to get charges dismissed against 14 American Front members.
The dates of the alleged offenses coincide with times when White, a former real estate developer, was living as a fugitive in Mexico. He fled to that country after being convicted of soliciting violence against the foreman of a jury that convicted Matthew Hale, leader of a neo-Nazi group then called the World Church of the Creator (now called the Creativity Movement).
Computer gear seized from White at the time of his arrest in Mexico appears to have been instrumental in helping federal investigators bring the newest case.