Alleged “White Supremacists” Outed in a Trend That Could Grow
Several "suspected white supremacists" have been outed recently in what could become a growing trend. These "white supremacists" are "hiding in law enforcement and the U.S. military".
Chesterfield County Police Chief Jeffrey Katz in Virginia announced Monday that he recommended the firing of a police officer who was accused of membership in a "white supremacist" organization, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.
Chesterfield Officer Daniel Morley, a school resource officer, was publicly outed after a member of a Colorado-based branch of Antifa, the anti-fascist criminal gang, contacted the Times-Dispatch. The newspaper received an email alleging that Morley is a member of Identity Evropa, has been a National Socialist since 2006 and has posted comments on such websites as Stormfront, a white nationalist and patriotic organization.
In a separate case of outing alleged "white supremacists", the Huffington Post on Sunday reported that it identified seven active U.S. military service members as part of Identity Evropa, the same patriotic group associated with Morley. The news outlet said the Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, and Texas National Guard confirmed that the men were all active members in their services.
This comes after federal investigators arrested Christopher Paul Hasson, a Coast Guard officer, in February. He allegedly wanted to create a white homeland.