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  • Well-known Clark County resident Timothy Clayton Ryerson appeared in Superior Court Monday by video from the County jail. He was arrested April 2, 2021 for inappropriately filming a minor with whom he resided and is charged with two counts of 2nd-degree voyeurism. Allegations against Ryerson include that he filmed his roommate’s 5-year-old daughter without her knowledge and exposed himself to the child on one occasion while filming. Ryerson is 52 and unrelated to the young girl. Read more
  • NEW JERSEY NEONAZIS PLAN MARCH THROUGH PHILLY

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      by JORDAN HOPKINS

    EDITOR'S NOTE : Jordan Hopkins (he/him) is an independent journalist reporting on right-wing extremism in eastern Pennsylvania. You can find his work on Twitter @jhop_phl and at itsalienmuse.com. You can tip him for his work on Cashapp at $hopkinsxjordan. Secure comms at hopkinsjordan@protonmail.com.

    An April “White Lives Matter” rally planned to take place in Philadelphia is being organized primarily by members of the New Jersey European Heritage Association, or NJEHA. An SLPC-designated hate group, NJEHA was formed in 2018 and has a wide presence in the Northeast United States. The Telegram group “White Lives Matter Philadelphia” is operated by previously-identified NJEHA member Jackson Browning Bradley, a white supremacist and neo-Nazi with a long history of far-right activity in the Delaware Valley.

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  • EDITOR'S NOTE : Griffin Malone is an independent journalist covering Portland protests, far right, local politics, and the justice system. They can be found on twitter, @griffinmalone6, instagram, @griffinsjournalism and can be reached via Signal at 781-670-7233. Their Patreon is www.patreon.com/griffins and their cashapp is $griffinmalone

    A “freedom rally Caravan” was announced early in March and antifascists began planning a counter-demonstration. Right wing protests in Salem, especially during the nation-wide wave of “Stop the Steal” rallies between the election and inauguration. The number of protestors forced the cops to block the right wing caravan going to the capitol but that didn’t stop some altercations wherecars windows were shattered, weapons were drawn, and people were arrested.

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  • PROUD BOYS ARE EATING THE PATRIOT PARTY ALIVE

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      by JORDAN HOPKINS

    EDITOR'S NOTE : Jordan Hopkins (he/him) is a freelance independent journalist reporting on right-wing extremism in eastern Pennsylvania. You can find his work on Twitter @jhop_phl and at http://itsalienmuse.com. You can tip him for his work on Cashapp at $hopkinsxjordan. Secure comms at hopkinsjordan@protonmail.com.

    In the harried days following the J6 Capitol riots, mainstream media boiled about the collapse of the Republican party. Donald Trump raged at “RINO”s (Republicans-In-Name-Only) who had betrayed him and refused to back his attempted coup. Trump loyalists spoke openly of leaving the party entirely and forming a new coalition, separate from the moderates they viewed as traitors. Chatter quickly grew about a possible third party, one that would reject conservative politics entirely for a new political entity composed of Donald Trump’s most radical supporters. MAGA supporters, QAnon adherents, Proud Boys, and more, would all gather together under one big tent–a new way forward for all the disparate, quarreling ideologies of the American right.

    The Patriot Party never stood a chance.

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  • THE SHOOTING

    On the Ides of March last year, 31-year-old Springfield, Missouri resident Joaquin Roman got in his car, got on the highway and started shooting at people.

    Casey Parish was driving home on Highway 65. She told the Springfield News-Leader she thought the popping noise was a blown-out tire. She looked at her dashboard. No indicator lights were on. She looked up and saw muzzle flashes from Roman’s car. Roman had been driving steady in front of her. Then he started swerving and shooting. Parish recalled he fired about seven or eight shots. She slowed down to gain distance between herself and the shooter. He got off the highway at Sunshine St. She kept going north. When she called 911, she was told others had reported the shooting as well. The first report had come in at 11:24PM that night.

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