Tuesday, July 21, 2009


The trial of William A. White, a pseudo-Nazi out of Roanoke, Virginia is scheduled to begin next Monday, July 27th, in Chicago. White, a racist and anti-Semite who founded the American National Socialist Worker's Party after a stint with the National Socialist Movement and an enqually unsuccessful bid at being an anarchist is charged with threatening the head juror in the Matthew Hale case that was heard a few years back.

According to Laurence Hammack of Roanoke.com, "Once White's trial is completed in Chicago, he will return to Virginia to face more charges. In December, a federal grand jury in Roanoke indicted White on seven charges of threatening people across the country, including a banker, a newspaper columnist, a civil rights attorney and a small-town mayor."

Harold Turner, the New Jersey racist shock-jock who is accused of threatening the lives of three federal judges was still sitting at the Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City awaiting transport to the same facility as Bill White in Chicago as of this afternoon. Turner's family is desperately attempting to raise funds to "protect Free Speech" -(both his and ours)- if you believe. By the looks of the website, I dpn't think they are being very successful.

Like White, once a disposition or a trial is over, Tuner will face charges elsewhere. He will be presented in a Connecticut courtroom will his fate will be determined on more allegations of threats and intimidations. It really hasn't been a very good year for blustering racist blowhards, you know.

Actually, bozo's on the far right have pretty much all been takin' a lickin', you betcha! Sarah Palin, John McCain's main squeeze, certainly hasn't been living up to that "pit-bull" label these days. She'll be tucking her hamster tail between her cheer-leading legs and looking for some place else to light at the end of this week but not without having to face new ethics charges brought against her - again!

According to a late-breaking report from the AP and Huffington Post:

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — An independent investigator has found evidence that Gov. Sarah Palin may have violated ethics laws by accepting private donations to pay her legal debts.

The report obtained by The Associated Press says Palin is securing unwarranted benefits and receiving improper gifts through the Alaska Fund Trust, set up by supporters.

An investigator for the state Personnel Board says in his July 14 report that there is probable cause to believe Palin used or attempted to use her official position for personal gain because she authorized the creation of the trust as the "official" legal defense fund.

The fund aims to help Palin pay off debts stemming from multiple ethics complaints against her, most of which have been dismissed. Palin says she owes more than $500,000 in legal fees.

A call seeking comment from her lawyer was not immediately returned.


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  2. Why would anyone mix Mrs Sara in with Hal & Bill? Mrs Sara is one of the sweetest public figures there ever was. She would be an excellent president. We need her now before Obongo Fucks our country up but good!

  3. Bill White's case thrown out of court by Federal judge. See http://www.wdbj7.com/Global/story.asp?S=10765158


  4. First Amendment protected Bill from the feds. Now to see how his state case goes ...

  5. Thank you, Thank you so much. You just made my day. Free speech prevails for Bill. Hopefully the same will come to be for Bro Hal.

  6. Bill is not out of the water yet but it does seem that I was wrong, he did beat the charges. It will be interesting to see what happens on his State charges.

  7. Raoul - the Roanoke charges are Federal charges, not state charges. If you read the 19-page indictment HERE, you will find that it's the United States of America vs. Bill White.

  8. Lumping Sarah in with the likes of BW and HT?

    Nikki, are you fucking nuts?

  9. Thank you AA. Maybe all of the trumped up charges against both Bill & Hal will be dropped.


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