Sometimes Paul Miller dressed as Batman’s nemesis, the Joker — face paint and all. Other times he wore army-green tactical gear with a red armband adorned with a swastika. But in each video, Miller toggled between chats on Omegle, a website that randomly pairs users, waving a gun and making hateful statements.
“Do you think we should gas the Jews?” he asked a group of young teenage boys.
“Ship them all back to Africa … make them slaves again,” he said to another man, referring to Black people as the n-word.
“White power,” he said emphatically, raising his right arm in the Nazi salute.
Miller, a 32-year-old who went by “GypsyCrusader” online, was open about his extremist beliefs in videos reviewed by The Washington Post that remain active on BitChute, a posting site popular with the far right. In March, the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force took his threats seriously. During a raid of his Fort Lauderdale, Fla., home, investigators discovered a rifle and almost 850 rounds of ammunition.
On Tuesday, Miller pleaded guilty to three felony counts for possession of an unregistered firearm and ammunition and possession of a weapon as a felon. He faces a maximum of 30 years in federal prison.
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Source: Washington Post