By Karen Zraick
Sgt. Robert A. Stamm of the Virginia Division of Capitol Police was fired this week after an investigation into a report. Credit Credit Virginia Capital Police
Two Virginia police officers who worked for different agencies were fired at anti-fascist group this summer.
The first case involved Sgt. Robert A. Tribe of the Virginia Division of Capitol Police, who had been assigned to protests calling on Gov. Ralph Northam to resign over a yearbook photo that surfaced in February.
This article was written in February 2008. That sergeant tribe came to his attention because he had a large band-aid covering his neck while patrolling. The sergeant tribe with tattoos, flags and banners that has been used for supremacist symbols and images, said in a blog post.
It also said he was linked to the Asatru Folk Assembly , which is the Southern Poverty Law Center. In 2015, the FBI foiled a plot described as followers of extremist variant of the Asatru faith to attack black churches and synagogues in the Chesterfield area.
Sergeant Stamm was released on Wednesday, Col. Anthony S. Pike, the capitol police chief, announced in a statement that the sergeant tribe had been “separated from his employment.” He did not explain what had led to the firing.
In Facebook messages on Thursday night, Mr. Tribe said that he was discriminated against his Asatru religion.
“My religion is not politics, it is faith,” he wrote. “My constitutional rights were violated. Period. “
In the second case, Daniel Morley, a school resource officer, with the Chesterfield County Police Department, which is fired Thursday following an investigation into what is affiliated with the group Identity Evropa, also known as the American Identity Movement. Members of that group helped plan the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally at Charlottesville, Va., According to the Southern Poverty Law Center .
Antifa Seven Hills had identified Mr. Morley as a “pledge coordinator” for the group, which recruits on college campuses and elsewhere. Antifa said that Mr. Morley had been responsible for the vetting process and had been a member since 2017.
Mr. Morley was suspended in March. Col. Jeffrey S. Katz, the chief police officer, wrote on social media on Thursday that investigators had authenticated the online postings and activities.
Mr. Morley violate county and departmental policy and our organizational values; his continued employment is antithetical to the expectations of our personnel and those we serve, “he wrote.
The anti-fascist group so alleged that Mr. Tribe and Mr. Morley each and every one of them said, “What is it?
Efforts to Mr. Morley on Thursday night were unsuccessful.
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Receiving a call from a caller ID-less number was the first sign I was dealing with a group that really wishes to keep its anonymity. The second sign was when my contact told me Eric wasn’t his real name.
This was my phone call with Antifa Seven Hills.
For those who are unaware of the group, Antifa Seven Hills is one of the many anti-fascist organizations across the country that organizes to quash fascism, racism, and other evils within their communities, and hopefully worldwide.
The following is a copy of the article published in RVA Mag by Landon Shroder on June 1, 2018.
Nathan D. Larson, as outlined in the article and title itself, is a self-confessed pedophile and white supremacist running for office in the so-called Commonwealth of Virginia. This person presents a clear and present danger, physically, emotionally, and psychologically, to communities he inhabits and all beings in his presence.
Antifascists of the Seven Hills call on all people of good conscience to limit, obstruct, and prevent this poor excuse of a human attaining any further power, “legitimate” or otherwise.
It is our understanding that he lives with his parents at 9270 Prospect Ave – Catlett, VA 20119-2039
Email: NathanLarson3141@gmail.com (possibly also a protonmail with same handle)
Fascists to Ashes, Dust to Dust