Tag Archives: Matthew Heimbach

White Supremacist Leader Says He’s Giving Up After “Most Humiliating White Trash Spectacle Of The Year”

Talking Points Memo reports: For now, at least, one of the country’s best known white nationalists is withdrawing from politics. Matthew Heimbach, former head of the neo-Nazi Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP), recently completed a 38-day prison term for violating his probation after harassing a black protester at a 2016 Trump campaign rally. The violation that landed him in jail was ...

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White Supremacist Jailed Over Trailer Park Fight

The Louisville Courier-Journal reports: White nationalist group leader Matthew Heimbach was led out of a Louisville courtroom in handcuffs Tuesday after a Louisville judge revoked his probation. Heimbach, leader of the Traditionalist Worker Party, was charged in 2016 with misdemeanor harassment after he repeatedly pushed a woman at a Donald Trump campaign rally in Louisville. He ultimately pleaded guilty to ...

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ALL IN THE FAMILY: Nazi Busted For Assaulting His Wife And Father-In-Law Over Affair With His Mother-In-Law

The Chicago Tribune reports: White nationalist Matthew Heimbach in 2016 made headlines for his organization’s racial hostility and for shoving a protester at a Trump rally in 2016. On Tuesday, it was his personal life that made the news after Heimbach was charged with assaulting his wife and his wife’s stepfather, Matt Parrott, who is also the co-founder of Heimbach’s ...

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KENTUCKY: White Nationalist Groups Plan “Flash” Rally So That Counter-Protesters Have No Time To Organize

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports: White nationalist groups might hold a flash demonstration in Lexington to protest moving two Confederate statues from the lawn of the former Fayette County courthouse instead of a publicly announced rally, according to an organizer. Matthew Heimbach, chairman of a white nationalist group called the Traditionalist Worker Party, told the Herald-Leader last week that his group ...

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