Murder suspect has history of KKK activity

Nov 14, 2008 Full story: St. Tammany News

Raymond "Chuck" Foster, the alleged Ku Klux Klan leader arrested Monday for killing a woman following a Klan initiation ritual near Sun, has a history of Klan activity dating back at least to January 2001, Mark ...

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hahamas

Rolesville, NC

#1 Nov 14, 2008
Another "hate crime" committed by a black guy pretending he was white to stir up racial fights.

http://www.sunherald.com/newsupdates/story/95...

Black man posed as white racist in threats
By KEVIN McGILL - Associated Press Writer

NEW ORLEANS -- A black man from Mississippi has been arrested and accused of sending racist death threats over the Internet to three black students at Louisiana's Nicholls State University.

The FBI in New Orleans said Dyron Hart, 19, was arrested Wednesday. He is accused of sending the messages by way of the students' Facebook accounts. The messages contained racial epithets and death threats and were sent to two black women and a black man at Nicholls State in Thibodaux, La.

The author of those messages cast himself as a white man who intended to kill blacks because Barack Obama was elected president.

Hart told an FBI agent that he sent the messages to "get a reaction," according to the agent's sworn statement.

The criminal complaint was filed in U.S. District Court in New Orleans. U.S. Attorney Jim Letten's office said Hart made his initial court appearance in Biloxi. Assistant U.S. Attorney Jay Golden in Mississippi said Friday that Hart was released on bond and was ordered to appear in federal court in New Orleans on Nov. 24.

Although the case sprang from a probe into messages sent to the three Nicholls State students, the FBI agent's statement said Hart also admitted sending the message to students at other institutions, including LSU, the University of Mississippi and the University of Alabama.

An FBI news release said Hart, if convicted, would face a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.

Repeatedly using an obscenity and the N-word, the author of the message threatens to kill more than 3,000 black people in a month because of Obama's election and warns the recipient of a pending attack from "a random white man," according to the agent's affidavit.

Neither Hart nor his family could not be reached for comment. The phone number listed at his home address was not in service. A message left Friday with Hart's court-appointed defense attorney was not immediately returned.

Colton Brodoux was the name of the person who purportedly sent the messages. "Hart admitted that he created the Colton Brodoux profile on Facebook," the FBI affidavit said. The document details how the FBI traced the messages back to a computer at Hart's Poplarville address in Mississippi.

Since: Apr 08

Dallas, Texas

#2 Nov 14, 2008
hahamas wrote:
Another "hate crime" committed by a black guy pretending he was white to stir up racial fights.
http://www.sunherald.com/newsupdates/story/95...
Black man posed as white racist in threats
By KEVIN McGILL - Associated Press Writer
NEW ORLEANS -- A black man from Mississippi has been arrested and accused of sending racist death threats over the Internet to three black students at Louisiana's Nicholls State University.
The FBI in New Orleans said Dyron Hart, 19, was arrested Wednesday. He is accused of sending the messages by way of the students' Facebook accounts. The messages contained racial epithets and death threats and were sent to two black women and a black man at Nicholls State in Thibodaux, La.
The author of those messages cast himself as a white man who intended to kill blacks because Barack Obama was elected president.
Hart told an FBI agent that he sent the messages to "get a reaction," according to the agent's sworn statement.
The criminal complaint was filed in U.S. District Court in New Orleans. U.S. Attorney Jim Letten's office said Hart made his initial court appearance in Biloxi. Assistant U.S. Attorney Jay Golden in Mississippi said Friday that Hart was released on bond and was ordered to appear in federal court in New Orleans on Nov. 24.
Although the case sprang from a probe into messages sent to the three Nicholls State students, the FBI agent's statement said Hart also admitted sending the message to students at other institutions, including LSU, the University of Mississippi and the University of Alabama.
An FBI news release said Hart, if convicted, would face a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.
Repeatedly using an obscenity and the N-word, the author of the message threatens to kill more than 3,000 black people in a month because of Obama's election and warns the recipient of a pending attack from "a random white man," according to the agent's affidavit.
Neither Hart nor his family could not be reached for comment. The phone number listed at his home address was not in service. A message left Friday with Hart's court-appointed defense attorney was not immediately returned.
Colton Brodoux was the name of the person who purportedly sent the messages. "Hart admitted that he created the Colton Brodoux profile on Facebook," the FBI affidavit said. The document details how the FBI traced the messages back to a computer at Hart's Poplarville address in Mississippi.
What does this have to do with the KKK murdering this woman? get over yourself and stop trying to change the subject.
lambert

United States

#3 Nov 14, 2008
you know howto insult a klan member? ask them if they believe in God,most will say they do, then you ask them if you believe that Jesus died for your sins and most of them agree now here is the kicker--- ask them if they know that Jesus was of Dark desendent and from a country of dark skined persons= gets them everytime HA HA

“Irony, metaphor, film @ eleven”

Since: Feb 08

Old Mesilla/New Las Cruces

#4 Nov 14, 2008
You know, no matter how you try to
insult the KKK,(or their confederates)
be it calling them
pointed headed inbreds or
their family tree is a stick,

they just keep on coming.

Then when their club rituals get stupid enough
to make people they want into join their "club"
D I E....

they blame it on not being tough enough or some other foolish excuse..

Smart enough never crossed their minds.

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