Neo-Nazi says Mainers made it ‘too harmful’ to maintain Springfield property 

The neo-Nazi who desires to show Maine right into a white ethnostate posted an announcement on-line saying he bought his 10.6 acres in Springfield in response to public strain.

Christopher Pohlhaus, founding father of Blood Tribe, one of many quickest rising white supremacy teams within the nation, reported that after a Bangor Every day Information article revealed the precise location of his Moores Highway property it was too harmful to satisfy its function. He and his associate bought the property to a Massachusetts man for $39,000 on Oct. 20, in line with Maine A number of Itemizing Service.  

For months, Pohlhaus posted on Telegram, an encrypted message board standard with white supremacists, that he was constructing an alleged compound and coaching floor for Blood Tribe troopers. In close to day by day posts, he referred to as on different males to hitch him in Springfield for grueling bodily health and weapons coaching.