White Supremacist Sentenced for Threatening Pittsburgh Jurors

Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Article Source: Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Article Source: Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Convicted white supremacist Hardy Lloyd - via ADL screenshot
  • Hardy Lloyd, a West Virginia man, was sentenced to over six years in prison for threatening jurors and witnesses in the trial of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter who killed 11 worshippers in 2018.
  • Lloyd, a white supremacist and self-proclaimed “reverend,” pleaded guilty, acknowledging that the Jewishness of the victims and trial witnesses influenced his threats.
  • He made threatening posts on social media, website comments, and emails targeting the jury and witnesses during the trial, and also sent messages to survivors, victims’ families, and employees of Jewish organizations in the Pittsburgh area. Lloyd has a history of harassing the Jewish community and has been sentenced to prison three times before.  Read More