The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports:
Internet broadcaster Paul Miller, known for racially charged rants, admitted Tuesday to stockpiling ammunition in his home in Fort Lauderdale. Miller, a New Jersey native with two previous felony convictions, took a plea deal and pleaded guilty to three weapons charges stemming from an FBI raid of his home in March.
Miller was in the process of building a large online audience. At the time of his arrest, his channels on Telegram, a messaging app, had over 40,000 followers. Many signed onto Miller’s court hearing on Zoom on Tuesday. Miller appeared from a jail cell, where he was held pending trial due to a history of threatening behavior.
He became distressed when someone he recognized from the internet appeared on screen and other unknown users spoke anti-Semitic comments and anti-Black slurs. He apologized to his defense attorney, Michael B. Cohen.
Read the full article. Court officials reportedly intervened multiple times to stop the racist interruptions and threatened to prosecute anybody who recorded the hearing and posted it online. According to Wikipedia, Miller went by the name Gypsy Crusader and has been linked to multiple neo-Nazi and far-right groups. He faces up to 30 years in prison and will be sentenced in August.
— South Florida Sun Sentinel (@SunSentinel) June 22, 2021