Las Vegas man accused of planning attack on synagogue, LGBTQ bar pleads guilty

By : Wire Report
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LAS VEGAS (AP) | A self-described white supremacist pleaded guilty Feb. 10 in Las Vegas to collecting materials and planning to bomb a synagogue or office of the Anti-Defamation League, or shoot people at a fast food restaurant or a bar catering to LGBTQ customers.

Conor Climo, 24, stood rigidly in yellow jail scrubs, answering, “Yes, your honor,” while U.S. District Judge James Mahan questioned him about encrypted internet chats with an FBI informant and his membership in Feuerkrieg Division, an offshoot of a U.S.-based neo-Nazi group called Atomwaffen Division.

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Milo Yiannopoulos heckled out of NYC bar

By : MARIAH COOPER OF THE WASHINGTON BLADE, COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL LGBT MEDIA ASSOCIATION
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Milo Yiannopoulos has remained under the radar lately but the former Breitbart editor found himself in the spotlight when he wandered into a Manhattan bar filled with Democratic Socialists of America members on Saturday.

In a video posted on Twitter, Yiannopoulos can be seen on his phone while a crowd chants, “Nazi scum get out.” Eventually, Yiannopoulos gathers his things and leaves.

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Tampa Bay’s Overheard: All Hallows invitations are out and hate groups close to home

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TAMPA BAY READIES FOR ALL HALLOWS

Whispers on the wind and secrets in the shadows (okay, emails) have indicated that the invitations for Tampa Bay’s 41st Annual All Hallows’ Ball will soon be mailed, revealing the by-invitation-only event’s theme in the process.

The celebrated not-for-profit Halloween party, organized by a secretive group of locals and spearheaded by a friendly neighborhood “ghost” known only as Casper, will hold this year’s party at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) in mid-October. (We’d give you more information, but we’re not sure Casper would appreciate it. No one wants to anger a ghost.)

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White supremacist, Nazi graffiti found outside King of Peace church

By : Jeremy Williams
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ST. PETERSBURG – Anti-Semitic and hate-speech graffiti was left on the sidewalk outside of the King of Peace Metropolitan Community Church in St. Petersburg Nov. 14.

The graffiti consisted of large swastikas, along with the letters MAGA and the number 1488, according to St. Petersburg Police Department spokesperson Yolanda Fernadez.

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