Six weeks after he was cleared of using his Web site to encourage violence against a Chicago juror, neo-Nazi leader William A. White has made his way back home to Roanoke.
White remains in custody, however, pending a bond hearing on similar charges scheduled for Sept. 10.
In October, White was charged with posting online the name, address and telephone number of the foreman of a Chicago jury that convicted a fellow white supremacist.
...[B]ecause White also faced charges in Roanoke of threatening about a half-dozen people by e-mail, telephone or online, he remained in custody.
David J. Damico
He may soon be liberated on bond:
White remains in custody, but a bond hearing is scheduled next week.
The opinion of this writer is that, while posting the names and addresses of jurors seems vile, it's not dissimilar to what is done by government, media and fellow citizens of extremists on the far left or far right, who would if they were moderates be called "activists." As our society declines, it's important we consider every perspective.