Kevin Roger Goudreau – L2 Criminal

Name: Kevin Roger Goudreau
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Level: L2 Criminal
Aliases: Irwin Bauer
Twitter: @kevingoudreau
Facebook: CNF14W
Location: Peterborough, Ontario
Education: None
Employment: None
Hate Groups: Canadian Nationalist Front

Date: 1980-2017

Proof:

He is the founder of the White Nationalist Front, later rebranded to the Canadian Nationalist Front.

He has a large swastika tattooed on his chest. He also frequently gives Hitler salutes.

He has been active and well known in the neo-nazi ‘scene’ for over 20 years.

Arrested for Assault in 2016

On November 26, 2016 at approximately 4:30 p.m. the accused attended a George Street North bar. While there the accused was asked to leave the premises due to his behaviour at which time the accused struck an employee. Police were contacted and attended the establishment.

As a result of the investigation Kevin Roger Goudreau, 41, of Stewart Street, was arrested and charged with assault and failing to comply with a probation order.

The accused was held in custody, appeared in Weekend and Statutory Holiday court on November 27, 2016, was remanded in custody and is scheduled to appear again in court later today (Nov. 28).

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Canadian Nationalist Front

The Canadian Nationalist Front was formerly known as the White Nationalist Front until 2016. It’s founder, Kevin Roger Goudreau, announced the name change on the now defunct StormFront neo-nazi website.

This is how they describe themselves:

We are a White Nationalist organization that would like to see proper immigration reforms, stopping the flow of third world immigrants and would like to see the deportation of any not born here and a return to Canada’s original White-European and Native Aboriginal ethnic make up.

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Paul Smith – L1 Moderate

Name: Paul Smith
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Level: L1 Moderate
Aliases: None
Twitter: None
Facebook: Deactivated
Location: Muse, Pennsylvania
Education: Carlynton High School, Parkway West Area Vocational School
Employment: Lab Technician – Vesuvius Research (Current), Fire Chief – Cecil Township Volunteer Fire Department​ (Former)
Hate Groups: Alt-Right

Date: 2017

Proof:

Paul Smith has a “list of no-good n*ggers.” He’s the chief of the Cecil Township Fire Department, about 20 miles outside of Pittsburgh. On Sunday, he felt so comfortable announcing to the world who had just been added to his “list of no-good n*ggers” that he posted it as a status on his Facebook page.

We’re not quite clear on how exhaustive a list Smith has built over the years, but this much we do know, thanks to the Facebook post: Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has now found himself on Smith’s list. What’s strange is that Smith didn’t put Tomlin on his “list of no-good n*ggers” — instead, Tomlin put himself on that list.

“Tomlin just added himself to the list of no-good n*ggers,” Smith wrote. To be clear that he wasn’t fooling around about Tomlin being on his list, Smith finished off his post with, “Yes I said it.”

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Mathu Dwain Karcher – L2 Criminal

Name: Mathu Dwain Karcher
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Level: L2 Criminal
Aliases: None
Twitter: None
Facebook: None
Location: Portland, OR
Education: None
Employment: None
Hate Groups: Alt-Right

Date: 2017

Proof:

Booking Date 09/25/2017
SWIS ID: 717801
INTIMIDATION II (A Misdemeanor)
MENACING (A Misdemeanor)
PAROLE OR PPSV VIOL (U Felony)

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Was also charged with Possession of Meth on 02-23-2016

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A white Portland man is accused of yelling “N*gger, you’re in the wrong neighborhood” at a Black man. He’s also accused of attempting to get his pit bull to attack the man, police and prosecutors say.

Mathu Karcher, 40, is charged with menacing and intimidation (a bias crime) from the incident that court records indicate happened on Sunday.
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A probable cause affidavit for Karcher’s arrest says he closely followed a Black man who was walking home after getting off the bus. Karcher, who had a pit bull on a leash, yelled for the dog to “get him,” it says. The dog didn’t attack the man. The target of the alleged harassment couldn’t run away, the affidavit says, because he was already injured. That’s when Karcher allegedly said “N*gger, you’re in the wrong neighborhood” and that if his dog wouldn’t attack him that “he would kick the victim’s ass.”

The man walked to a nearby Plaid Pantry store. Karcher followed and “continued to threaten defendant that he was going to assault victim in the store.” An employee told Karcher to leave—he did—and the man called police. The cops found Karcher shortly later. The Plaid Pantry employee backed up the man’s account that he was being threatened.
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Karcher was booked yesterday on the two misdemeanor charges and plead not guilty. He’s got an extensive criminal history—three felony and 13 misdemeanor convictions, per court records—and made the news in December when he “he crashed into a Portland police car, fled to his mobile home and initially refused to surrender after being hit with a Taser.”

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Jacob Scott Goodwin – L1 Moderate


Name: Jacob Scott Goodwin
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Level: L1 – Moderate (Arrest Pending)
Aliases: None
Twitter: Unknown
Facebook: @jacob.goodwin.3388
Location: Ward, Arkansas
Education: None
Employment: DoubleBees Gas Station
Hate Groups: Alt-Right, Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP)

Date: 2017

Proof:

Jacob Goodwin is suspected in the beating of DeAndre Harris, As of writing he has not been arrested. Once he is arrested we will update his status to L2 – Criminal

88 ‘Heil Hitler’ pin, Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP) patch

Jacob Goodwin, Leftmost in picture. Marching with assorted neo-nazis and KKK

Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP)

Background

In 2013, Matthew Heimbach — a young rising star in the white supremacist world who had led the White Student Union at Towson University in Maryland — joined with Matthew Parrott to found a white nationalist group they dubbed the Traditionalist Youth Network (TYN). Featuring a blog and a podcast, the group’s mission was “to provide resources and support to independent groups of high school and college students throughout North America who are learning about the Traditionalist School of thought” — a reference to an ideology that calls for a return to “traditional” values, including the central claim that nations should be racially and culturally homogenous. Heimbach and Parrot went on, in 2015, to create the Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP) as the political wing of the TYN.

The TWP’s goal, according to a platform statement on its website, is this: “While we have candidates for political office and will run campaigns, that work is secondary to our first priority, which is local organizing and advocacy for real-life working families who share our identitarian and traditionalist vision.” (Identitarianism is a closely related ideology that emerged in recent years in Europe.) The group uses the slogan “Local solutions to the globalist problem,” a reference to the idea that globalization, the knitting together of nations and national economies throughout the developed world, is destroying racially homogenous communities and nations.

The TWP/TYN is part and parcel of the American “Alternative Right,” an umbrella term for a racist ideology that scorns mainstream conservatism and argues that white people and white culture in America are under threat from the forces of political correctness and multiculturalism. It is also “traditionalist” and “identitarian.”

The group’s version of “traditionalism” has its roots in the “radical traditionalism” espoused by mid-20th century Italian “philosopher” Julius Evola, a fascist thinker who believed that Jews were to blame for the modern materialism and democracy that he thought subverted the natural order of the world. The TWP website includes the group’s definition of traditionalism: “Traditionalism, properly applied, makes us as autonomous and self-governing as possible in relation to the modernist societies that we live in.” It defines traditions as “positive cultural interactions that have existed over a long period of time” and says “those traditions have existed for a long time, because they work. They have formed European-American mores.” The traditionalist ideology sees adherence to those “mores” as the best way to organize society, and argues that a traditionalist lifestyle can successfully supplant the state, since “the family is the natural enemy of the state.”

“Identitarianism” refers to a movement that emerged in recent years in France that advocates for culturally and ethnically homogenous communities and blames liberals for selling out their country. Generation Identitaire, the youth wing of the anti-immigrant Bloc Identitaire movement in France, is known for its racist and xenophobic anti-Muslim stunts, like serving soups containing pork in Muslim neighborhoods. The ideology has its roots in the European New Right, or Nouvelle Droite, founded by French academic Alain de Benoist, who advocated against melting-pot societies and immigration while claiming to oppose biological racism.

The TWP positions itself as being in favor of diversity — what it terms “ethnopluralism.” But what it means by that word is a diversity of nations around the globe that are each racially and culturally homogenous. In a section on its website defining the term, it says that “ethnopluralists argue that the liberal multiculturalism is false, as it promotes a melting pot which leads to the disappearance of ethnicities, cultures or races through miscegenation and therefore is in fact monoculturalism.” TWP is against racial intermarriage, no surprise given its platform statements.

The “Folk” section of the TWP platform puts the group’s white nationalist views, and associated anti-immigrant vitriol, clearly on display. It says that communities should be able to determine their own “religious and ethnic character” without government interference, that American 14th Amendment birthright citizenship should be revoked, and that the borders should be secured with National Guard troops. One platform plank, “Stop Discrimination Against Whites,” claims that “our government is stacking the deck against White families,” and says that TWP “opposes all racial quotas in education, hiring, and government contracts.”

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Kenneth James Gleason – L3 Terrorist

Name: Kenneth James Gleason
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Level: L3 – Terrorist
Aliases: None
Twitter: None
Facebook: None
Location: Baton Rouge, LA (Currently in Custody)
Education: Magnet High School, Community College
Employment: None
Hate Groups: Alt-Right

Date: 2017

Proof:

A 23-year-old white man arrested Tuesday was accused of killing two black men and firing on a black family in a string of attacks that police say may have been racially motivated.

A law enforcement official said they had found a copy of an Adolf Hitler speech at the home of Kenneth James Gleason, and investigators said DNA on shell casings and other evidence link him to the crimes.

Gleason was led away from the police department in handcuffs just before authorities there held a news conference to announce that he would be charged with first-degree murder in the shooting deaths last week of a homeless man and a dishwasher who was walking to work.
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District Attorney Hillar Moore said his office could seek the death penalty.

“It appears to be cold, calculated, planned (against) people who were unarmed and defenseless,” he said. “We don’t need to prove motive. There are a lot of things that are unanswered.”

No one was injured when Gleason fired multiple times into the home of a black family in his neighborhood on Sept. 11, authorities said. It’s not clear if Gleason knew the family.

In the other shootings, Gleason fired from his car then walked up to the victims as they were lying on the ground and fired again multiple times, police said. Neither victim had any prior relationship with Gleason.

The first fatal shooting occurred Sept. 12 when 59-year-old Bruce Cofield, who was homeless, was shot to death. The second happened last Thursday night when 49-year-old Donald Smart was gunned down while walking to his job as a dishwasher at a cafe popular with Louisiana State University students.

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James Alex Fields Jr – L3 Terrorist

Name: James Alex Fields Jr
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Level: L3 – Terrorist
Aliases: None
Twitter: Unknown
Facebook: Unknown
Location: Maumee, Ohio (Currently in Custody)
Education: Unknown
Employment: None, Former Security Officer for Securitas Security Services USA
Hate Groups: Alt-Right

Date: 2017

Proof:

The man accused of aiming his car at a crowd of counter-demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia, had his first court appearance Monday morning.

Twenty-year-old James Alex Fields Jr. drove to the rally from his home in Maumee, Ohio.

CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports people who knew Fields as a child remember a young man who used racial slurs and appeared fond of Adolf Hitler. He faces a host of charges, including second-degree murder. Fields is also at the center of a civil-rights investigation.

Police say the 20-year-old drove his car into a crowd of protesters and two stopped cars, killing one and injuring at least 19 others.

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Alex Michael Ramos – L2 Criminal

Name: Alex Michael Ramos
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Level: L2 – Criminal
Aliases: Michael A. Ramos
Twitter: None
Facebook: Deactivated
Location: Marietta, GA
Education: None
Employment: None
Hate Groups: Alt-Right, Proud Boys, Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights (FOAK)

Date: 2017

Proof:

Photo of him attacking Deandre Harris

Photo of him from the same day of the attack

A video of Ramos saying that he is not racist because he is “Spanish” and “Puerto Rican” has been posted by Atlanta Antifascists. The video was on Ramos’ Facebook feed before his his account was deactivated. It also shows Ramos discussing the assault on Harris. Defending Neo-Nazis and the KKK and stating that they ‘have his back’

Daniel Patrick Borden – L2 Criminal

Name: Daniel Patrick Borden
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Level: L2 – Criminal
Aliases: None
Twitter: Unknown
Facebook: Unknown
Location: Cincinnati, OH (Currently in Custody)
Education: Mason High School
Employment: None
Hate Groups: Alt-Right, Brothers of Confederacy

Date: 2017

Proof:

An Ohio man accused of attacking someone on the same day as the Unite the Right rally in downtown Charlottesville is staying behind bars for now.

Thursday, September 21, A judge denied bond for 18-year-old Daniel Patrick Borden.

Authorities originally charged Borden with malicious wounding, however the court system indicates he is now facing a felonious assault charge.

Borden, along with Alex Michael Ramos, are accused of beating of 20-year-old Deandre Harris inside the Market Street Parking Garage on August 12. Both men were identified from photos of the incident posted on social media.

Borden is from the Cincinnati area, where he was arrested on August 25, and is currently being held at the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail. He is due back in court on October 12th.

Harris has stated that he plans to file a civil personal injury lawsuit against those who attacked him.

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A classmate at Mason Middle School told police in 2012 that Borden held a knife inches from his face, according to a police report. He also said Borden drew swastikas, called him “Jew Boy” because he had a big nose and claimed he belonged to a gang called Brothers of Confederacy, the report states.

Another student said Borden said he was going to kill him because he wouldn’t buy Borden a cookie, according to the report. Borden said he was joking. Mason Police Officer Joshua Wells said police charged Borden with possessing a deadly weapon in a school safety zone and aggravated menacing.

Two years later, he was charged with disorderly conduct. According to a police report, he made statements about a shooting at Mason High and told friends they shouldn’t go to school that day. Written statements from classmates indicate they didn’t take him seriously and it was just “Dan being Dan.”

In all, the Mason Police Department had seven contacts with Borden.

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