Neo-Nazi sells Springfield property

SPRINGFIELD, Maine — The neo-Nazi who touted his efforts to construct a nazi coaching floor on this small city in northern Penobscot County offered his 10.6-acre property to a Massachusetts man final week.

Christopher Pohlhaus, founding father of the neo-Nazi Blood Tribe, who co-owned the Springfield property with convicted felon Fred Boyd Ramey, has cleared all the things, together with his Nazi flag, from the property, in accordance with itemizing pictures of the land.

Pohlhaus signed the closing paperwork on Oct. 19 from Gallatin County, Montana, and Ramey signed on Oct. 18 from Maricopa County, Arizona, in accordance with the Penobscot County Registry of Deeds.