Todd M. Taulbee (D.O.B. 04/19/1966) has been identified as an active white nationalist in Pompano Beach, Florida. Taulbee has unique features including long dreadlocks, a goatee and the number 13 prominently tattooed on his throat. Taulbee touts himself as a “WHITE, conservative, christian/Odinist, USA, TRUMP loving, gun owning, pro WALL, anti-immigration, NATIONALIST, pro Ethnic European culture, 14 words following, cis male with dreadlocks. (*Note: The 14 words is a reference to the most popular white supremacist slogan in the world, “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.”)
On a warm, June afternoon in Marion County, Indiana, Ashley McNeil walked cheerfully home after doing some light shopping at a convenience store near her house. The year was 2001, and the 13-year old McNeil had no idea what was to transpire as she bounded through the door to head home. Shortly before, a 21-year old self-admitted Neo-Nazi named Trevor Thompson (A.K.A. Trey Hooligan, D.O.B. 09/07/1980) had argued on the street with several Black men in the nearby area. Thompson was a habitual methamphetamine user and had been awake for three days straight, spoiling for a fight. To that end, he was driving around the area and targeting people of color (POC) with impunity for his rage. Thompson was and is a career racist, having strong ties to the Hammerskins and the World Church of the Creator World Church of the Creator. However, he failed to gain ground with the adult POC with whom he had argued. Instead, he drove around town looking for easier targets. It was then, that he spotted Ashley McNeil. Perhaps it was the slightness of her teenage frame, or spring in her step that caught his eye? We may never know what caught his attention, but we do know what provoked his ire. Ashley is Black, and so Thompson drove up to where she was walking near Keystone and Hanna, and leaned out of the window of his car. He pointed a gun at the terrified child, and he fired it. The bullet struck Ashley in the hip, missing an artery by only a few inches, narrowly sparing her life.
White Supremacist group Republic of Florida has claimed school shooter and mass murderer Nikolas Cruz as one of their own
UPDATE: ROF leader Jordan Jereb is now walking back his comments - First saying he was tired and confused, then covering that as saying he was trolling all along
Just minutes after we publicly published our story covering the right's attempt to use dead children to smear antifascists, news broke that white supremacist group Republic of Florida (ROF) and their leader, Jordan Jereb, have claimed the killer as one of their own.