White Supremacist Charged With Threatening Jurors

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Mourners visit the memorial outside the Tree of Life Synagogue on October 31, 2018 in Pittsburgh, where 11 people were killed in a mass shooting four days earlier - Jeff Swensen/Getty Images
  • A known white supremacist named Hardy Carroll Lloyd was arrested on federal charges of witness tampering, obstruction, and transmitting threats.
  • Lloyd, who claims to be a “reverend” of a white supremacy movement, targeted the Jewish community in social media posts and online comments during the trial of the shooter at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.
  • He made comments calling for the release of the shooter and threatening jurors who served on the trial, including publicly releasing their names and addresses. He also placed white supremacy stickers with his website around Pittsburgh.  Read More

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