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    $PLC sues neo-Nazi leader who targeted Jewish woman in anti-Semitic harassment campaign



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    The Southern Poverty Law Center, along with its Montana co-counsel, filed suit in federal court today against the founder of a major neo-Nazi website who orchestrated a harassment campaign that has relentlessly terrorized a Jewish woman and her family with anti-Semitic threats and messages.

    The lawsuit describes how Andrew Anglin used his web forum, the Daily Stormer – the leading extremist website in the country – to publish 30 articles urging his followers to launch a “troll storm” against Tanya Gersh, a real estate agent in Whitefish, Montana. Gersh, her husband and 12-year-old son have received more than 700 harassing messages since December.

    The intimidation began after Anglin accused Gersh of attempting to extort money from the mother of Richard Spencer. The younger Spencer heads the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist organization.

    Anglin and Spencer are both prominent leaders of the “alt-right” movement that rallied white nationalists behind President Donald Trump’s campaign.

    “Andrew Anglin knew he had an online army primed to attack with the click of a mouse,” said SPLC President Richard Cohen. “We intend to hold him accountable for the suffering he has caused Ms. Gersh and to send a strong message to those who use their online platforms as weapons of intimidation.”



    The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, Missoula Division, seeks compensatory and punitive damages. It accuses Anglin of invading Gersh’s privacy and intentionally inflicting emotional distress. It also outlines how his campaign violated the Montana Anti-Intimidation Act.

    “There’s no place in Montana for the hate Andrew Anglin unleashed from the darkest corners of the internet,” said co-counsel John Morrison, a partner with Morrison, Sherwood, Wilson, & Deola. “The attack on Tanya Gersh was an attack on all of us.”

    Anglin, whose website attracts hundreds of thousands of readers each month, is a key figure in the alt-right movement, which was energized by Trump’s campaign. The day after the election, he wrote, “Our Glorious Leader has ascended to God Emperor. Make no mistake about it: we did this. If it were not for us, it wouldn’t have been possible.”

    Anglin also encouraged his followers after the election to harass Muslims and “any foreigners you see.” He wrote, “We want these people to feel unwanted. We want them to feel that everything around them is against them. And we want them to be afraid.”

    Within the first 10 days after the election, the SPLC documented nearly 900 bias-related incidents across the country, many of them done in Trump’s name.

    The Daily Stormer, which has established 31 physical chapters in the United States and more in Canada, has been designated a hate group by the SPLC. It takes its name from the Nazi propaganda sheet known as Der Stürmer.

    Some of its readers do more than issue threats. Dylann Roof, who massacred nine African Americans in Charleston in 2015, posted on the site. Thomas Mair, the neo-Nazi assassin who last year killed Jo Cox, a British member of Parliament, was a regular reader. And just last month, another Daily Stormer reader, James Jackson, was charged with murder and terrorism after carrying out a plan to go to New York City to kill a black man at random.

    The lawsuit is similar to litigation the SPLC has used to win crushing court judgments against 10 major white supremacist organizations and 50 individuals who led them or participated in violent acts. The legal strategy, however, has been adapted for the digital age.

    Gersh was targeted after she agreed to help Sherry Spencer sell a commercial building she owned in Whitefish, where both women live. There were rumors that the building would be a target for protests around the time that a video of Richard Spencer’s speech to a white nationalist conference in Washington, D.C., went viral. In the video, taken days after the 2016 election, he declares, “Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!” as white nationalists respond with Nazi salutes.

    Gersh agreed to help sell the building after Sherry Spencer reached out to her. Anglin launched the troll storm after Spencer changed her mind and published an article attacking Gersh.

    “Tell them you are sickened by their Jew agenda,” Anglin wrote under the headline “Jews Targeting Richard Spencer’s Mother for Harassment and Extortion – TAKE ACTION!” The post included Gersh’s contact information. It also included photographs of Gersh, her husband and son. One was altered to include a yellow Star of David with the label “Jude” – an allusion to the emblem the Nazi regime required Jews to wear during World War II.

    Anglin launched his campaign of harassment and intimidation with these words: “Let’s Hit Em Up. Are y’all ready for an old fashioned Troll Storm? Because AYO – it’s that time, fam.”

    The article prompted hundreds of threatening telephone calls, voicemails, texts, emails, social media messages, letters and postcards. Among them:

    Thanks for demonstrating why your race needs to be collectively ovened.

    You have no idea what you are doing, six million are only the beginning.

    We are going to keep track of you for the rest of your life.

    You will be driven to the brink of suicide & We will be there to take pleasure in your pain & eventual end.
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    Andre 'the nigger' Anglin's Great Nazi Troll Army/Virtual Einsatzgruppen: Itz another Holohoax!!!
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    One message included an image of Gersh being sprayed with a green gas, along with the words: Hickory dickory dock, the kike ran up the clock. The clock struck three and the Internet Nazis trolls gassed the rest of them.

    An email to her husband read: Put your uppity slut wife Tanya back in her cage, you rat-faced kike. … Day of the rope soon for your entire family.

    Gersh’s son received a tweet with the image of an open oven and the message: psst kid, theres a free Xbox One inside this oven. Anglin referred to him as a “creepy little faggot.”

    There were also phone calls that consisted only of the sound of gunshots.

    The campaign escalated to the point that Anglin planned an armed march in Whitefish that he threatened would end at Gersh’s home. He promoted the march, which never materialized, with an image that superimposed Gersh, her son and two other Jewish residents on a picture of the front gate of the Auschwitz concentration camp.

    The threats have taken an emotional and physical toll on Gersh. She experiences panic attacks and fears answering the phone. She often goes to bed in tears and wakes up crying. She has trouble leaving her home and feels anxiety in crowds. She has gained weight, has lost hair and is in physical pain. She has been prescribed medication and has sought other treatment, including trauma therapy.

    “This attack has been one long nightmare that has changed me forever in so many ways,” Gersh said. “No one should endure what I’ve experienced. And with the love and support of my family and others, we will take a stand against hate.”

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    Default Where is neo-Nazi site’s publisher? Lawyers can’t find him

    Where is neo-Nazi site’s publisher? Lawyers can’t find him

    By Michael Kunzelman | AP July 7 2017


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    BATON ROUGE, La. — In April, a Montana woman sued the publisher of a leading neo-Nazi website for orchestrating an anti-Semitic online trolling campaign against her family. Nearly three months later, her attorneys are still trying to find him.

    A court filing Friday by lawyers from the Southern Poverty Law Center claims The Daily Stormer’s founder, Andrew Anglin, is “actively concealing his whereabouts” and hasn’t been served with Tanya Gersh’s federal lawsuit. Gersh’s attorneys are asking for more time to find Anglin so the case won’t be temporarily dismissed.

    The suit claims anonymous internet trolls bombarded Gersh’s family with hateful and threatening messages after Anglin published their personal information in a post accusing her and other Jewish residents of Whitefish, Montana, of engaging in an “extortion racket” against the mother of white nationalist Richard Spencer.

    Gersh’s lawsuit said she agreed to help Spencer’s mother sell commercial property she owns in Whitefish amid talk of a protest outside the building. Sherry Spencer, however, later accused Gersh of threatening and harassing her into agreeing to sell the property.

    Gersh’s lawyers from the Alabama-based law center say her suit must be dismissed on procedural grounds if Anglin isn’t served with a copy of it by July 17, but the court can extend that deadline.

    The law center’s lawyers said they have looked for him at four addresses in Franklin County, Ohio, for which he apparently has a connection. Gersh’s attorneys say they also tried in vain to contact Anglin’s Las Vegas-based attorney, Marc Randazza, and confirm that he is authorized to accept service of the lawsuit on Anglin’s behalf.

    Randazza questioned whether the lawyers’ request for a deadline extension is a “stunt.”

    “If they can’t serve him, I question whether they are actually trying,” Randazza told The Associated Press on Friday. “We’re going to defend (against) the case.”

    The suit accuses Anglin of invading Gersh’s privacy, intentionally inflicting “emotional distress” and violating a Montana anti-intimidation law.

    Anglin’s site takes its name from Der Stürmer, a newspaper that published Nazi propaganda. The site includes sections called “Jewish Problem” and “Race War.”

    The Daily Stormer used a crowdfunding website, WeSearchr, to raise more than $152,000 in donations from nearly 2,000 contributors to help pay for Anglin’s legal expenses.

    Anglin didn’t immediately respond to an email seeking comment Friday.

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    Default An avalanche of hate: How a Montana mom became the target of a neo-Nazi troll storm

    An avalanche of hate: How a Montana mom became the target of a neo-Nazi troll storm


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    [I]Editorial Note: This story addresses hate speech and contains offensive language that may be disturbing to readers.[/I]

    Whitefish, Montana (CNN) -- Once the calls began, they did not stop. Swiping to decline a call just led to the phone ringing again. Blocked number after blocked number filled up the voice mail.

    Deleting one message just created space for another to take its place.

    Then came the tweets and the email messages.

    The volume was overwhelming. The content: vile and terrifying.

    Gunshots rang out from voice mails. Emails and texts read: "I hope you die," "Kill yourself," "We will take pleasure in your pain."

    Tanya Gersh found herself buried in an avalanche of hate, one she had not seen coming and one that focused on one fact: She's Jewish.

    Gersh was called a "bitch," "a worthless c**t," and told countless times she was nothing more than a filthy "k**e." The vile and ugly words were spelled out in full when sent to Gersh.

    The messages began late at night and continued into the early hours, keeping her family awake. Or there was a night of silence, broken by an onslaught at 4 a.m., jolting the family from sleep.

    One voice mail -- "You are surprisingly easy to find on the Internet. And in real life" -- ended Gersh's lifelong practice of leaving her home and car unlocked in her little Montana town, nestled by a lake in the Rocky Mountains.

    t became unbearable, Gersh said. She described panic attacks, vomiting, shaking and sweating. And then the times she could not even catch her breath.

    Now, she was in fear of almost anyone she met. Her old way of life had been washed away. She was now in an America full of hate. It was an America where racism and bigotry have powerful online platforms.

    Gersh learned that one blog post could lead to an anonymous online assault by a group of hateful people hell bent on destroying her life. All it took was a few keystrokes, amplified by a social media megaphone, to send the deluge of repulsive messages her way and heighten tensions in this quaint ski resort town.

    All because of what started, Gersh says, as a "mother-to-mother" chat.

    Gersh appears to have become a target for hate after contacting tenants of a local building. Gersh says she was then called by the building's owner, Sherry Spencer, the mother of white supremacist Richard Spencer.

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    This mixed-use property was at the center of a dispute between Sherry Spencer and Tanya Gersh.

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    Gersh says she warned Sherry Spencer about looming protests at the building in Whitefish, a Montana town of 7,300 where both women live.

    Gersh says she advised Spencer to disavow the views of her son, including that the United States is a country for white people. She says she offered to sell Spencer's property as a way of defusing tensions in town. Gersh suggested Spencer donate money to a human rights group.

    Sherry Spencer refused to speak to CNN when we reached her on the phone. Earlier, she wrote in a blog post that Gersh, a Realtor, had threatened her, saying protesters and media would turn up and drive down the building's value if she didn't sell.

    Whitefish Police Chief Bill Dial said Sherry Spencer did not file a complaint with police, though her son Richard Spencer accused Gersh of extortion in interviews and a video diary. No law enforcement agency has filed any charges relating to the dispute.

    There was comment aplenty, though, on DailyStormer.com, which spews neo-Nazi propaganda.

    Andrew Anglin, the site's founder, accused Gersh of extortion in a blog post. And he exhorted readers to send Gersh -- whom he also identified as Jewish -- enough messages to make a point.

    "Let's hit 'em up," he posted. "Are y'all ready for an old-fashioned Troll Storm?"

    He then told them: "(I)t's that time."

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    Demure kikess Tanya Gersh says harassing messages reached her in every corner
    of her life once she started the jew shakedown.

    The goyim know, oy vey!!!

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    For three months, packed luggage sat on the floor of Gersh's home.

    She debated fleeing, to escape what felt like an army of online hate coming after her.

    "We were scared that they were going to show up," Gersh says. "It got worse and worse and worse and worse. They just kept perpetuating it."

    Anyone who read Daily Stormer had access to all Gersh's information after Anglin posted it time and again. He put up photos and personal details: phone number, address, workplace and social media profiles -- including one used by her 12-year-old son. Each contained instructions to tell Gersh how they felt.

    "Listen here you fucking Jew. You had better back off and leave Richard Spencer's mom alone, you dirty scumbag," one caller said on Gersh's voice mail. "You fucking Jew. You had better back off of Richard Spencer's mom. Everybody is watching you."

    The Daily Stormer published more about Gersh and her "Jew agenda," once with a doctored photo showing her and her tween son on the gates of the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz.

    A tweet was sent to Gersh showing her surrounded by gas, with the message: "Hickory dickory dock, the kike ran up the clock. The clock struck three and Internet Nazis trolls gassed the rest of them."

    More messages referenced crematoriums and said she should have died in the Holocaust.

    A tweet to her 12-year-old son had an image of an oven with the message: "PSsst kid there is a free X-box inside this oven."

    Gersh thinks she will always be haunted by those images, and by the family talks she was forced to have. They had known the horrors of the Holocaust, but to them it had been something foreign and distant. No longer.

    I'm going to make sure it doesn't happen to anybody else.

    Tanya Gersh, Whitefish resident

    She hangs her head, remembering the conversation.

    "I never imagined that I would have to teach my children that they might be hated because they are Jewish," she says.

    For Gersh, these threats were personal and real, not to be confused with generic if vile ramblings on an online comments board.

    "These are not trolls. They are terrorists," Gersh says. "They are very harmful, they are very malicious and they are dangerous."

    And Gersh decided to take a stand. She didn't know who had threatened her -- they hid behind withheld numbers and untraceable email addresses -- but knew who she believed had sent them into her life.

    "Andrew Anglin has done this to so many people. I'm going to make sure it doesn't happen to anybody else," Gersh says defiantly.

    Encouraged by the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama-based organization that monitors hate crimes across the country, she decided to sue Anglin, accusing him of intentional infliction of emotional distress, invasion of privacy and violation of Montana's anti-intimidation statue.

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    Andrew "Andre the nigger" Anglin is the founder & Head Mulatto In Charge of The Daily Stormer website.

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    On DailyStormer.com Anglin wrote he has hired a First Amendment lawyer to fight the lawsuit; he says he was simply "blogging." A prominent fundraising post declares: "The Daily Stormer is being sued by Jewish terrorists. In order to survive, we need shekels." It is paired with another doctored photo of Tanya Gersh, her head on a dragon's body being slain by a knight on a white horse with the face of Anglin. So far there have been around 2,000 donations, totaling in excess of $150,000.

    Still, Anglin did ask readers to leave the Gersh family alone, allow the case to proceed and be simply about protected speech.

    "(T)hough this is going to get a lot of publicity, I am asking all of you, genuinely, that you don't attempt to contact the Gershes during this process," Anglin wrote on the site. "This has escalated from jokes on the Internet to something which could potentially lead to a big step towards the hellish, Orwellian world that the enemies of freedom wish to bring down on this country."


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    Default Lawsuit Against Neo-Nazi Site’s Founder Clears Legal Hurdle

    Lawsuit Against Neo-Nazi Site’s Founder Clears Legal Hurdle

    Tanya Gersh sued Andrew Anglin over an anti-Semitic online trolling campaign against her family

    BY ASSOCIATED PRESS // MAR 21, 2018



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    A lawsuit against a neo-Nazi website publisher over an anti-Semitic online trolling campaign against a Whitefish family shouldn’t be dismissed just because he has been traveling outside the U.S. for several years, a federal magistrate judge said in an order Wednesday.

    U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeremiah Lynch said there’s sufficient evidence that The Daily Stormer’s publisher, Andrew Anglin, was legally “domiciled” in Ohio when Whitefish real estate agent Tanya Gersh sued him last April.

    Anglin’s lawyers argued the court lacks jurisdiction over the case — and therefore must dismiss it — because they claim Anglin is “not a citizen of any state.”

    Lynch’s recommended findings can be reviewed by a district court judge, and his order isn’t a final ruling on Anglin’s request to dismiss the case. The magistrate scheduled an April 3 hearing in Missoula, Montana, for Anglin’s arguments that the case must be dismissed on First Amendment grounds.

    Gersh sued Anglin last April, accusing him of invading her privacy, intentionally inflicting “emotional distress” and violating a Montana anti-intimidation law.

    Gersh claims anonymous internet trolls bombarded her family with hateful and threatening messages after Anglin published their personal information. In a string of posts that started in December 2016, Anglin accused Gersh and other Jewish residents of Whitefish, Montana, of engaging in an “extortion racket” against the mother of white nationalist Richard Spencer.

    Gersh’s lawyers have accused Anglin of trying to conceal his whereabouts to avoid the legal consequences for his actions.

    Anglin has refused to publicly reveal where he is living, claiming he gets “credible” death threats. He has said he took up residency in the Philippines sometime before 2010, moved to Greece in 2013 and then moved to Cambodia four days before Gersh sued him last year.

    But the magistrate said Gersh’s attorneys presented evidence that Anglin has maintained significant business, civic and family ties in his native Ohio long after he claims to have left the U.S. He has used an Ohio post office box to collect donations for his site and for his legal defense costs. His businesses are registered with the Ohio Secretary of State’s office.

    “Even assuming Anglin’s statements are true, they are not sufficient to demonstrate that he lost his Ohio domicile by acquiring a new one abroad,” Lynch wrote.

    David Dinielli, one of Gersh’s attorneys from the Southern Poverty Law Center, said the magistrate’s decision sends a message that “you can run, but you cannot hide.”

    “Traipsing around the world doesn’t mean you can escape the responsibility for the harm you caused in the U.S., even if that conduct occurred over the internet,” Dinielli said.

    Marc Randazza, one of Anglin’s lawyers, praised the magistrate’s careful review of their arguments.

    “We’re pleased that the magistrate is interested enough in the First Amendment arguments to schedule a hearing,” he added.

    Anglin’s site takes its name from Der Stürmer, a newspaper that published Nazi propaganda in Nazi-era Germany, and includes sections called “Jewish Problem” and “Race War.” Other targets of the site’s trolling campaigns have included prominent journalists, a Jewish congressional candidate in California, a British Parliament member and Alex Jones, a radio host and conspiracy theorist whom Anglin derided as a “Zionist Millionaire.”

    The Daily Stormer has struggled to stay online. Domain name registration companies Google and GoDaddy yanked the site’s web address, effectively making it unreachable, after Anglin published a post mocking the woman killed in a deadly car attack at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August.

    Gersh says her family received a barrage of threatening and harassing emails, phone calls and other messages after Anglin published their personal information, including her 12-year-old son’s Twitter handle and photo. One of Anglin’s articles about Gersh urged readers to “take action” against her and other Jewish residents of Whitefish.

    Gersh says she had agreed to help Spencer’s mother sell commercial property she owns in Whitefish amid talk of a protest outside the building. Sherry Spencer, however, later accused Gersh of threatening and harassing her into agreeing to sell the property.

    Anglin’s lawyers argue he had a constitutional right to express his “political speech” about Gersh and isn’t liable for his readers’ words or actions. Gersh’s attorneys countered that the First Amendment doesn’t protect Anglin’s “coordinated, online attack” on her family.


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    Neo-Nazi Website Daily Stormer Might Have to Reveal Its Funding in Libel Lawsuit

    The Daily Stormer tried hiding its financials under an LLC. A new court filing calls for that company’s documents.

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    Prominent neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer might have to reveal its funding, thanks to a new court filing in a lawsuit against the website’s founder, Andrew Anglin.

    Anglin is currently on the run from two lawsuits. One of those lawsuits, by radio host and Daily Beast contributor Dean Obeidallah, accuses Anglin of defamation after The Daily Stormer accused Obeidallah of orchestrating a bombing at a 2017 Ariana Grande concert in England. In a new filing in the case, Obeidallah asked a judge to let him enter a discovery process for Moonbase Holdings, LLC, a shell company The Daily Stormer used to make its financial transactions look more legitimate.

    If granted, the discovery process could reveal who funded Anglin’s hate site.

    Anglin, who claims to be in Cambodia, has not responded to Obeidallah’s initial complaint, the Southern Poverty Law Center first reported. As a result, a clerk of court ruled declared Anglin to be in default, allowing Obeidallah to seek damages in Anglin’s absence. In his new filing, Obeidallah asks to investigate Moonbase Holdings before pursuing specific damages.

    Moonbase Holdings is “a likely reference to a conspiracy theory that Hitler survived World War II by escaping to a secret lunar base,” The Atlantic reported earlier this year. Incorporation records show Anglin’s father Greg registered the LLC in September 2016, when The Daily Stormer’s traffic was on the rise.

    In a December 2016 post, Anglin announced The Daily Stormer would begin processing credit card transactions, as part of Anglin goal of “an expanding media operation, ultimately to get onto the scale of Breitbart.”

    Anglin said the donations wouldn’t be linked directly to The Daily Stormer.

    “It won’t say ‘Daily Stormer’ on your credit card bill, but will instead say ‘Moonbase Holdings,’” he wrote, “which either sounds like a hobby shop or a multi-level marketing scheme run by reptoids. Anyway, it looks innocuous on your statement.”

    Obeidallah’s filing, which seeks documents showing Moonbase’s revenue sources, could potentially reveal donors’ names.

    “At one point it appeared that Defendant Moonbase received approximately $3,405.70 per month in credit card donations through Hatreon,” the new filing in Obeidallah’s lawsuit reads. Hatreon is a crowdfunding platform beloved by hate groups, who are often banned from platforms like GoFundMe and Patreon.

    Since February 9, 2017, the site has been down, its homepage displaying a notice that “pledging is currently disabled while we upgrade our systems.”

    With Hatreon on hold, Anglin has claimed to be nearly broke.

    “I had a chat with my lawyer and my money is basically dried up,” he wrote on Gab, a social media platform popular among the alt-right, “Lawsuits are expensive. I have no way of receiving anything other than crypto right now.”

    As of Tuesday, The Daily Stormer had $9,181 in Bitcoin, according to transaction records. Since the site started accepting Bitcoin, donors have given it nearly $400,000 in the cryptocurrency. Obeidallah’s lawsuit also notes that The Daily Stormer has started soliciting Monero, a secretive, scandal-plagued cryptocurrency.

    Obeidallah’s suit argues that Moonbase is likely on the verge of going broke. Before it does, he’s asking a judge to compel Anglin’s associates to produce documents showing the company’s assets, sources of revenue, and relationships with other financial institutions.

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    Family Ties: How Andrew Anglin's dad helped his neo-Nazi son with the Daily Stormer




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    When the neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer and its founder, Andrew Anglin, switched from taking mail-in donations to bitcoin sometime in 2017, it seemed a move made for both security and ease.

    The real reason was a bit more pedestrian: Anglin’s father, Greg Anglin, simply refused to pick up mail for the site.

    “I just didn’t want to do it anymore,” Greg Anglin told attorneys in a deposition.

    A partial transcript of Greg Anglin’s Oct. 31 deposition came out as an exhibit to a motion in lawsuit brought by Dean Obeidallah. A prominent Muslim satellite radio host, Obeidallah is pursuing damages from Andrew Anglin after a default judgment in a defamation lawsuit in federal court in Ohio.

    The sworn testimony offers the first inside look at how the Daily Stormer’s donations were handled and Greg Anglin’s involvement in his son’s website for the first four years after the launch of the Daily Stormer in 2013.

    Greg Anglin’s testimony varies at times from sharp recollection about his actions to memory lapses about the work he did for Andrew Anglin. At least once, Greg Anglin expresses outright mystification about his son’s actions and motivations.

    The deposition also includes a disclosure about Greg Anglin borrowing an all-cash loan of $60,000 from his son.

    Both the site, one of the most popular neo-Nazi landing spots on the internet, and Andrew Anglin himself are also the subject of several lawsuits surrounding posts and Anglin’s conduct online.

    Total Fascism

    Andrew Anglin got his start in online neo-Nazism in 2012 with a website called Total Fascism. The webpage was dedicated to long-form pieces on fascists and fascism in general.

    4chan, an imageboard known for its lack of censorship, played a big role in Anglin’s move toward fascism.

    “I had always been into 4chan, as I am at heart a troll,” Anglin wrote. “This is about the time /new/ [a specific 4chan board] was going full-Nazi, and so I got into Hitler, and realized that through this type of nationalist system, alienation could be replaced with community in a real sense, while the authoritarianism would allow for technology to develop in a direction that was beneficial rather than destructive to the people.”

    Anglin discovered he wanted something faster, more immediate and more appealing to younger readers. Thus, the Daily Stormer was born.

    Anglin named the page after infamous Nazi Julius Streicher’s antisemitic weekly newspaper, Der Stürmer, which specialized in pornographic attacks on Jews. Streicher was hanged after being convicted of war crimes at Nuremberg.

    For Andrew Anglin, though, the name was perfect.

    “Using the daily news is a means to propagandize people,” Anglin explained to Vocativ in March 2014. “To get them to look at the world in a certain way.”

    Birth of a Stormer

    Andrew Anglin has been something of a ghost in public. He’s claimed to have been in Lagos, Nigeria, Russia and Thailand in recent years, but his exact location has been unknown. Anglin is being sued by the Southern Poverty Law Center for orchestrating a terror campaign against a Montana woman. He also faces lawsuits for defamation in Ohio and for his role in promoting the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

    By not disclosing his location, Anglin is avoiding being served with the lawsuits and making the relatively straightforward process of serving him with lawsuits, which has the effect of delaying any ultimate judgment or effort to collect judgments against him.

    Hiding out made it difficult for Andrew Anglin to file his own incorporation paperwork for the Daily Stormer with the state of Ohio.

    So he asked his dad, Greg, to do all the legal paperwork for him with the state.

    Greg Anglin, a semi-retired business consultant, said he had no clear idea why Andrew wanted Moonbase Holdings, the parent company of the Daily Stormer, and his own name registered with the Secretary of State.

    Greg Anglin was also listed as the original registrant for the website’s domain name.

    Andrew Anglin used his father’s credit card to pay the registration fee.

    “Do you have any understanding as to why he listed you as the registrant?” attorney Abid R. Qureshi asked.

    “I have no idea,” Greg Anglin responded, and explained he later asked Andrew to remove him as the website’s registrant.

    Greg Anglin said he visited the Daily Stormer webpage, knew what was on it and had an opinion about it.

    “And, with that opinion in mind, you agreed to do what your son asked?” said attorney Abid R. Qureshi asked.

    “I have a difficult time as a dad sometimes knowing what to support and what not to support,” Greg Anglin said. “I don’t take responsibility for someone else’s actions. He asked me to record this form and I did.”

    Greg Anglin also paid the bills associated with creating Moonbase, and registering the Daily Stormer and Andrew Anglin’s name with the Ohio Secretary of State. Beyond that, Greg Anglin said, his son covers all his own bills.

    “Well, I mean, I don’t pay any expenses for his adventures here,” Greg Anglin said. “So he reimburses me for that.”

    “How did you get reimbursed?” Qureshi asked.

    “I used cash from the money that had been sent to him,” Greg Anglin said.

    Greg Anglin allowed two addresses associated with him to serve as the legal address for the Daily Stormer and Moonbase until January 2018.

    That’s when it changed to the offices of Zappitelli CPA, an accounting firm Greg Anglin did business with in Hilliard, Ohio. Karen Zappitelli said in an affidavit that she was unaware and didn’t give permission to anyone to list the office as the registered legal agent for the Daily Stormer or Moonbase.

    That only became clear in October when she reviewed the address change with the Ohio Secretary of State.

    “Until that time, I was unaware that what purported to be my signature had been used to represent Zappitelli CPA as an ‘authorized representative’ of Moonbase and file the Agent Address Change,” Karen Zappitelli wrote.

    Who exactly signed the paperwork making the accounting firm the registered agent for Moonbase remains unclear.

    Show me the money

    The Daily Stormer’s finances have remained mysterious since the site launched July 4, 2013. It doesn’t have advertising or commercial sponsorship.

    The major online fundraisers — GoFundMe, PayPal, Amazon Smile and multiple credit card companies — have cut off access to Anglin and other hate-mongers online. An alt-right fundraising site, Hatreon, went offline in 2017, cutting off access to an estimated $3,000 a month for the Daily Stormer.

    Andrew Anglin turned to the U.S. mail to raise money.

    Initially, the Daily Stormer listed two of Greg Anglin’s addresses for mail drops from supporters. Greg Anglin put a stop to that practice, but he helped Andrew set up a post office box in January 2017.

    Greg Anglin said he retrieved mail from the post office box on a “sporadic” basis, between once a week and once a month.

    “I received money from readers of the Daily Stormer,” Greg Anglin said. “I received correspondence from attorneys, and I don’t recall anything else.”

    When Greg Anglin picked up the mail, he would sort it: Anything addressed to Andrew Anglin that appeared to contain money got opened and the money deposited. Anything from a lawyer went into a plastic tub.

    “And what happens to them afterward?” Qureshi asked about the legal correspondence.

    “They sit in the tub,” Greg Anglin responded.

    “You don’t forward them on to anybody?” Qureshi asked.

    “No, I do not,” Greg Anglin said.

    Anything from anyone else, including the Internal Revenue Service, or addressed to the Daily Stormer or Moonbase Holdings, the website’s parent company, went into the trash.

    “I didn’t specify the Internal Revenue Service,” Greg Anglin said. “What I said was: I will not open any mail sent to Daily Stormer or Moonbase.”

    Greg Anglin estimated the site took in more than $1,500 a month in cash and checks mailed to his office, then later a post office box in Worthington, Ohio, a city of about 13,500 in the northern suburbs of Columbus.

    Over the nearly five years he collected mail for the website, Greg Anglin estimated that between $100,000 and $125,000 in cash and checks for the site flowed in.

    As for who wrote the checks, Greg Anglin couldn’t say.

    “I don’t know that I really paid attention to who was writing the checks,” Greg Anglin said. “I’m sure that there were people who sent them regularly and people that did not, but I really didn’t pay attention to that.”

    The cash and checks mailed into the Daily Stormer wouldn’t go directly to Andrew Anglin, who claims to have been in an undisclosed country outside the United States for most of the last five years.

    Instead, Greg Anglin said, he would take the money and checks to the bank for his son. In some cases, Greg Anglin said he would deposit the money in his own account, then write a check to his son and deposit in Andrew Anglin’s account.

    When his bank stopped taking cash deposits — Greg Anglin said he didn’t know why — he started placing cash in envelopes, one for U.S. currency and one for foreign currency.

    “The primary foreign currency would have been pounds, but there were multiple foreign currencies,” Greg Anglin said.

    Around the time Greg Anglin quit retrieving mail for Andrew Anglin and the website, Daily Stormer fundraising went digital.

    The Daily Stormer appears to have launched its bitcoin accounts in January 2017.

    Bambenek Consulting in Champaign, Illinois, a cybersecurity firm tracking right-wing extremists and neo-Nazis using the cryptocurrency, lists the first transaction for Daily Stormer on Jan. 28, 2017.

    Floating a loan

    In early 2017, a bank not named in the deposition closed Greg Anglin’s accounts. Anglin said he never got a reason for the move.

    But in April of that year, Greg Anglin found himself in need of a cash infusion for a house he was remodeling.

    So, Greg Anglin dipped into the U.S. currency envelope and borrowed $60,038 in cash from Andrew Anglin for work on the house.

    “The $60,000 loan you received, that was in the form of cash that had accumulated and was left undeposited?” Qureshi asked.

    “So, I called Andrew and I said, can I borrow some of this money for a few months, some of your money. And he said sure,” Greg Anglin said.

    Greg Anglin said he noted the amount taken each time — usually increments of about $5,000 — on the back of the envelope containing U.S. currency.

    “Andrew had an envelope with foreign currency Andrew had an envelope with United States currency, and I had an envelope,” Greg Anglin said. “When I took the money in loan from Andrew, I would write it down on my envelope, the date and the amount of money that I took.”

    The all-cash loan came from donations mailed into Andrew Anglin and the Daily Stormer but hadn’t been deposited in a bank account for either Anglin.

    Greg Anglin said he repaid the loan in a lump-sum payment at the end of 2017, then threw away the envelope with the accounting of the loan on it.

    'I don’t recall'

    The deposition paints the picture of a forgetful and somewhat conflicted Greg Anglin, who worked as a counselor and business consultant in central Ohio until semi-retiring about five years ago.

    To many questions, Greg Anglin offered a version of “I don’t recall.” He also asked several times for questions to be repeated or clarified.

    Greg Anglin also made clear that he doesn’t know where Andrew Anglin has been staying. Since setting up the website at his father’s Ohio condo in 2013, Andrew Anglin’s exact location has been a mystery.

    It’s something Andrew Anglin plays up on the website and the few interviews he gives. And, Greg Anglin said, he doesn’t want to know where Andrew Anglin is staying.

    “Did you have an understanding as to where he was?” Qureshi asked.

    “No, I did not,” Greg Anglin said.

    “You never asked him?” Qureshi asked.

    “No,” Greg Anglin said.

    Qureshi pursued Andrew Anglin’s location several times in the deposition but ultimately couldn’t get Greg Anglin to disclose a location.

    “And you didn’t believe it was important to ask him?” Qureshi asked.

    “No, I did not,” Greg Anglin said.

    “Why not?” Qureshi said.

    “He’s a private person, and I’m a talkative guy,” Greg Anglin said. “And, so he prefers and I prefer to not know where he is.”





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    Default Neo-Nazi publisher ordered to turn over personal information

    Neo-Nazi publisher ordered to turn over personal information


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    HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A judge has ordered the publisher of a neo-Nazi website to reveal his net worth and identify any phone numbers, email addresses, social media accounts and technology he used when he called for his readers to unleash a “troll storm” on a Montana woman.

    U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeremiah Lynch on Friday ordered The Daily Stormer publisher Andrew Anglin to comply with most of the requests in a lawsuit by Tanya Gersh. She accuses Anglin of invasion of privacy and inflicting emotional distress on her and her family after they received hundreds of harassing and anti-Semitic messages starting in late 2016.

    Anglin had accused Gersh, a real estate agent in the Montana resort town of Whitefish, of seeking to force the mother of white nationalist Richard Spencer to leave town in 2016 by trying to persuade her to sell her commercial property.

    Anglin, who denies he’s liable for his followers’ actions, objected and called Gersh’s requests irrelevant, particularly when it came to revealing his personal information. His attorney said in a legal filing that Anglin didn’t want that information to get to the Southern Poverty Law Center, a legal advocacy organization that tracks hate groups and represents Gersh.

    Anglin attorney, Marc Randazza, said Friday that he believes the Southern Poverty Law Center would misuse that personal information. But “it is our intent to comply with the court’s orders,” he added.

    Lynch dismissed most of Anglin’s objections as overly broad and lacking specificity. However, he said Anglin only had to provide information within the four-month period between November 2016 and March 2017, when the harassment occurred.

    The judge also narrowed Gersh’s request for all of Anglin’s bank account and cryptocurrency account information to a current financial statement “allowing for preliminary evaluation of his net worth.” Montana law allows consideration of a defendant’s net worth when punitive damages are at stake, Lynch said.

    Besides the personal information, the judge also ordered Anglin to reveal any names he used to post comments on his website, identify any others involved in writing and researching the stories about Gersh, and the number of users whose access to Daily Stormer forums was suspended over the four-month period.

    Information such as the phone numbers, email addresses, usernames and social media accounts could shed light on whether Anglin assisted or encouraged the campaign against Gersh or sent any of the harassing messages to her and her family, Lynch said.

    In late 2016, Anglin published the phone numbers, email addresses and social media profiles of Gersh, her husband and son and wrote, “Are y’all ready for an old fashioned troll storm?” Gersh said her family received more than 700 threatening and harassing messages, many of them anti-Semitic, online and by phone and mail.

    The judge declined to dismiss the case last year over Anglin’s argument that the First Amendment protects his speech.

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    Default Andrew Anglin Involved in Problematic Lawsuit Situation

    Andrew Anglin Involved in Problematic Lawsuit Situation


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    To cuck, or not to cuck, that is the question for Andrew Anglin.

    To quote Andrew Anglin:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre the nigger
    I don’t even want to talk about this.
    But it is top news, so … here it is.
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    The AP:
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