More than 150 law enforcement agencies were notified of their officers’ ties to extremist groups. Only one has publicly taken any significant action.
A man accused of calling in death threats to CNN was out on bail in time for dinner, a white nationalist town manager gets fired and more.
They’re the target market for white supremacists’ online recruiting.
The slayings echo other brutal killings that have happened this year.
Plus: Congress presses President Trump to do more about white supremacists, and the Proud Boys face an identity crisis.
The CEOs of Merck, Intel and Under Armour have quit the president’s American Manufacturing Council over his initial refusal to criticize white supremacists and neo-Nazis involved in the violent protests.
In this week’s Hate Report: The operator of a controversial neo-Nazi website goes to the other side of the planet to escape a lawsuit, Trump’s words are being used to bully minority kids and a hate crime charge reduces a racist to a blubbering mess.
A leading anti-extremism advocacy group’s motives are questioned, a look at what happens when the president shares a video made by someone with a history of racism, and a grieving mother pushes Indiana to enact hate crime laws.
The Trump administration cuts off anti-extremism funding to the only two organizations that were solely focused on white supremacists.
Canada was the scene of one of the worst anti-Muslim mass killings in North American history earlier this year.