Matthew Paul Slatzer

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Matthew Paul Slatzer, 36, of Canton Ohio was rearrested after attending a Covid rally holding a sign stating “Jews are the real plague.”  He is a member of the National Socialist Movement.  He is currently awaiting trial.

***UPDATE*** 08/31/2020

Matt has been sentenced and is serving 27 montha at Hazelton FCI.  His address has been updated.

The Zman wrote some commentary on Matt’s case…

He goes to a rally waving around an Jew-hating sign. So, the Feds get involved and find an arrest for carrying a gun into a bar from a couple months prior. They use it to charge him in federal court for a crime that is barely worth the time in state court.

The money quote from the story on his case is this. “Herdman said the majority of the firearms charges his office has historically brought involve people with prior felony convictions. However, he said his office would screen more cases to try and bring more federal charges against people who committed domestic violence, including those with misdemeanor convictions.”

In other words, the ADL is now defining “domestic terrorism” and submitting cases to the Feds for enforcement.

 

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Yourville, CA 90210

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Matthew Paul Slatzer
67658-060
FCI HAZELTON
P.O. BOX 5000
BRUCETON MILLS, WV 26525

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