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Neo-Nazi website head 'fears returning to US for anti-Semitic troll storm case'
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Mar 15, 2019 2:26 AM 1+ week ago

AP -- The operator of a leading neo-Nazi website claims it's too dangerous for him to travel to the US to be questioned under oath for a lawsuit accusing him of terrorizing a Montana real estate agent by unleashing an anti-Semitic "troll storm" against her family.

Attorneys for The Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin have asked a federal magistrate judge for an order excusing him from an in-person deposition in the US Anglin's lawyers insist the Ohio native hasn't lived in the US for years and fears for his safety if his whereabouts are disclosed.

Tanya Gersh's lawyers from the Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center say Anglin's request is baseless gamesmanship.

"Since the outset of this case, (Anglin) has displayed a pattern of disregard for the authority of this Court and the seriousness of these proceedings," they wrote in a court filing Tuesday.

"I have to admit that his suggestions of Caracas or Havana are positions that I am not ...

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