Defense Contractor Will ‘Look Into’ White Supremacist It Allegedly Employs


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Oct 8, 2000
The guy denies its him in Charlottesville pictures. Investigators said it took awhile to identify him from the
pictures that were taken. So it looks like Northrup is finally looking into this, because people who work there were saying Northrup was aware of this guy and did nothing.

From the Frontline link:
For months, ProPublica and FRONTLINE have been working to identify the white supremacists at the center of violent demonstrations across the country, including the infamous Unite the Right rally last August in Charlottesville, Virginia. The Rise Above Movement, a Southern California group that expresses contempt for Muslims, Jews, and immigrants, became a focus of that effort. ProPublica and FRONTLINE were able to quickly identify a number of the group’s leaders, and find evidence that put them in the middle of violence in Charlottesville and Berkeley, California, among other places.

But one seeming member of RAM was harder to nail down. In video shot in Charlottesville, a bearded, husky man is seen in a red Make America Great Again hat with his hands wrapped in tape that came in handy for the brawling that occurred that day. During one encounter, the unidentified man in the red hat pushed an African-American protester to the ground and began pounding on him, video of the episode shows; moments later, a known RAM member choked and bloodied a pair of female counter-protesters. The possible RAM member also had turned up in video shot during hours of combat at a Trump rally in Berkeley, as well. Wearing protective goggles to ward off pepper spray, the man fought alongside RAM members, wrestling one protester to the ground and punching others.

Ultimately, ProPublica and FRONTLINE determined the man in the violent footage was Miselis, a 29-year-old pursuing a Ph.D. in UCLA’s aerospace engineering program."

From The Huffpost link:

"Several unnamed California law enforcement officials also told reporters Miselis is a known member of the Rise Above Movement, a Southern California-based group whose members stand against what they call the “destructive social influences” of liberals, Muslims, Jews and immigrants.

The Northrop employees claimed their employer was aware of Miselis’ affiliations and had done nothing.


Mar 18, 2018
Good on ProPublica and FRONTLINE

I doubt Northrup does anything though. I buy that they already knew about this guy before, and didn't do anything.


Nov 4, 2004
Just a coincidence. Hands were wrapped in tape from his workout just before a peaceful protest, and the devil made him do it.