Richard Preston is a 55 year old resident of Baltimore, MD and was a founder and Imperial Wizard of the Confederate White Knights, a group promoting Christian values dedicated to service, fraternity, and community. Preston attended UTR in Charlottesville, VA as a member of a militia to protect the rally participants. During the encounter with counter-protestor Corey Long, who was directing an improvised flamethrower at participants as they were attempting to leave Lee Park, Preston produced his handgun, discharging it into the ground as a warning to Long. Mr. Preston stated during his trial “Someone had to stop that flamethrower.”
He pled no contest to a charge of discharging a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school. He received a sentence of four years and is an inmate at Coffeywood Correctional Center in VA.
Added: Jacob Scott Goodwin, 25, is a Southern Nationalist political activist from Arkansas. Jacob attended the UTR in Charlottesville, VA on 8/12/2017. He witnessed the assault committed on Harold Crews and became involved in what has become known as “the parking garage fight”. He was doxxed by Shaun King on September 24th 2017 and he was arrested on October 10th, 2017. On November 16th, 2017 he was extradited to Charlottesville Va where he was charged with malicious wounding, He was sentenced to eight years on August 24, 2018. He is an inmate in Augusta Correctional Center, VA.
***UPDATE*** James address has changed please update accordingly.
James Alex Fields, 23 of Maumee, OH traveled alone to the UTR in Charlottesville, VA on 8/12/2017. After the rally became violent Fields attempted to leave the city in his grey Dodge Charger when he encountered violent counter-protesters. Fields’ car was attacked, he lost control of the vehicle and fatally struck Heather Heyer, 32.
Fields fled the scene for his physical safety and was found a short distance away, distraught about the incident. He has maintained he acted in self defense. A Charlottesville jury convicted Fields in December 2018 on charges of 1st Degree Murder, multiple counts of aggravated malicious wounding, malicious wounding, and leaving the scene of an accident. He was sentenced by the State of Virginia to Life in Prison ( — plus 419 years!) as well as $480,000 in fines. A federal judge sentenced him to life without the possibility of parole after he plead guilty to 29 federal hate crimes in exchange for prosecutors dropping a charge which could have led to the death penalty.
James has been moved to the Allenwood US Penitentiary in Pennsylvania.
James will be getting moved soon to a non-supermax prison. Also at this point he cannot receive books or magazines. As soon as that ban is lifted we will let you know so you can flood him with reading material.
We have located Aiden and his address is now current.
Aidan was arrested during a traffic stop about 40 miles southeast of Lubbock, Texas.
The Lubbock-Avalanche Journal reports,
A federal magistrate judge in Lubbock on Friday said evidence at a detention hearing showed that a 23-year-old man accused of illegally possessing firearms and thousands of rounds of ammunition and who is is believed to be a member of a militant, and violent neo-Nazi organization was a flight risk but not a danger to the community.
Aidan Bruce-Umbaugh, who was indicted Wednesday on a count of count of possession of a firearm by an unlawful user of a controlled substance, will remain at the Lubbock County Detention Center while his federal case proceeds. The charge carries a punishment of up to 10 years in prison.
Magistrate Judge D. Gordon Bryant told Bruce-Umbaugh he could not release him on bond because he has no ties to Lubbock or West Texas, and he believed there weren’t a set of conditions he could impose that would guarantee the his appearance in future court proceedings.