U.S. Nazi domestic terrorist vowing a race war on the loose

Kaleb Cole, Washington state cell leader and chief propagandist of the Atomwaffen Division terrorist group, advocates killing all Jews, non-whites, gay people, and he hates women. He remains on the loose despite outstanding Washington state warrants for his arrest for violating gun laws.

By Nate Thayer

January 5, 2019

When Garza County, Texas Sheriff deputies pulled over a blue 2000 Ford Focus with Washington state license plates in east Texas for driving 42 mph in a 35 mph zone on November 4, the two occupants were wearing “combat/tactical gear” and had numerous war weapons and 2000 rounds of ammunition, among other things, in their vehicle. 

A routine check came back with an FBI “Caution Hit” for “a possible terrorist organization” and instructed the Texas lawmen “to contact the Federal Bureau of Investigations,” according to a November 5, 2019 Garza County, Texas arrest report.

The deputies were quickly not interested in traffic enforcement, and they were not really that interested in the small amount of “two grams” of marijuana found under the passenger seat or the two THC ‘vape’ smoking pipes found in the vehicle’s trunk.

However, the Sig Sauer 9mm pistol “under the passenger seat” with “two fully loaded magazines,” “a machete or Bowie knife sticking out the middle console,” an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, two AK-47 semi-automatic rifles in the trunk, “between 1500 and 2000 rounds of ammunition,” and “high-capacity magazines and ammunition that did not match any firearms in their possession,” did catch their attention, according to a FBI criminal affidavit.

Weapons and components seized from Kaleb James Cole’s car on November 4, 2019
Weapons and components seized from Kaleb James Cole’s car on November 4, 2019

But according to both Texas and Federaal law, the weapons were all legal. But the marijuana wasn’t. But the top leader of the domestic terror group, Kaleb Cole, was let free, after his passenger, Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh, took ownership of the contents of the vehicle.

But it was not the weapons that were illegal under either Texas or federal law: It was the small amount of “2 grams” of pot found under the passenger seat and two THC vape pipes that got Bruce-Umbaugh thrown in jail.

When FBI Special Agent Allen Pack, in a November 5 jailhouse interview, asked Bruce-Umbaugh how often he smoked “weed,” Bruce Umbaugh responded “I mean, I’d say every day, but not a lot. Not a large quantity. I don’t consider myself a stoner by any means. It’s just kinda one of those things. I fucking hate stoners to be honest,” according to the federal criminal complaint. 

Bruce-Umbaugh can add “stoners” to his long list of other people he hates–including Jews, blacks, immigrants, his father and his two siblings.

Bruce-Umbaugh and Kaleb Cole in December 2018 flying the U.S. terrorist Atomwaffen Division flag at a Nazi historical site in Poland in a photo confiscated by the U.S. Border and Customs Patrol in December 2018 at their re-entry to the U.S on December 28, 2019

It was violating U.S. federal marijuana laws—not being a known domestic terrorist with an arsenal of war weapons and ammunition and calling for terror attacks against schools and houses of worship to spark a race war and the armed overthrow of the U.S. government—that landed Bruce-Umbaugh behind bars.

“As a drug user, this defendant should never have been allowed to possess firearms,” said U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas Erin Nealy on November 14, referring to Bruce-Umbaugh.  

Being a daily pot smoker, and not the possession by a self-avowed domestic terrorist of an arsenal of semi-automatic weapons and large amounts of ammunition—which is legal in both Texas and under federal law—was enough to charge him with the federal crime of “possession of a firearm by an unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance” which carries a ten-year federal prison sentence.

25 million Americans have unlawfully used controlled substances in the last month, and around 42 million in the last year, although the true numbers are probably larger. The vast majority of these people are pot smokers, who are criminals under federal law even if they live in one of the 23 states that have legalized marijuana use.

Being an avowed white supremacist, Nazi who declares their allegiance to Charlie Manson and Adolph Hitler, advocates for school and church shootings and the armed overthrow of the United States government, and owns an arsenal of weapons, is, however, legal under federal law.

In the case of the Texas traffic stop, the vehicles driver and owner was Kaleb James Cole, 24—a national leader in charge of propaganda and head of Washington state for the Atomwaffen Division.

Kaleb James Cole, 24, the head of Atomwaffen Division Washington cell, a ntional leader of the organization, and it’s chief propagandist, is not exactly under the radar for federal law enforcement. Everybody knows he is a domestic terrorist, but U.S laws do not require him to be arrested. He had nine weapons confiscated by Washington state in October 2019, he was banned for life from ever entering Canada in July 2019, He was pulled over driving his 2000 blue Ford Focus in Texas in November 2019 with 5 weapons, 2000 rounds of ammunition, and numerous other weapons components and released. On December 16, 2019, Cole had a Washington state arrest warrant issued for violating the earlier Washington state gun confiscation order. But Cole is, according to U.S. federal laws, still allowed to own all the weapons he wants–weapons he has repeatedly stated he will use to commit mass murder against black and brown people, gays, Jews, women, and other people he doesn’t like.

Bruce-Umbaugh’s arrest was at least the 4th member of the Atomwaffen Division who has been arrested and convicted of possessing war weapons after evidence showed they liked to smoke pot in recent months, an out-of-the-box tactic now used by federal law enforcement whose hands are tied by lax federal gun laws and the concommitent protection of free speach constitutional rights which prohibit launching federal criminal investigations targeting anyone because of their political beliefs.

Top Atomwaffen Division Nazi domestic terrorist leader Kaleb Cole and Washington state cell member Aiden Bruce-Uigher have long been on the radar of law enforcement, and are key members of the Atomwaffen Division domestic terror group whose ideological leaders are Adolph Hitler and Charlie Manson.

Four Atomwaffen Division members at an armed ‘Hate Camp’ in Nevada in January 2018. From left Joshua Caleb Sutter, AWD state cell leader of South Carolina; Nythra aka Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh of Washington state, now in custody in Texas; Michael Lloyd Hubsky, former AWD Nevada cell leader who calls himself Komissar and has likely now cut a deal with the FBI after they offered him a deal he could not refuse; and Kaleb James Cole, cell leader for the state of Washington.
Kaleb Cole, from a photpgraph without the above skull mask, at an Atomwaffen Division ‘Hate Camp’ live fire training excersize in January 2018 in Nevada

A few weeks before the November Texas traffic stop, on September 26, 2019, Kaleb Cole had nine weapons confiscasted from him after Washington state law enforcement–using newly enacted state ‘Red Flag” laws–issued an “Emergency Risk Protection Order”, at the request of the FBI, because Cole was determined to be “an immediate threat to public safety.”

Weapons seized from Kaleb Cole in Washington state in September 2019. They included 2 AK-47’s, an AR-15 rifle, a 9mm Sig Sauer handgun, an illegal sawed off shotgun (measured at 13 3/4 inches), and bottom left four ‘lowers” of automatic weapons Cole was building himself in his garage. All these weapons are legal and Washington state gun records show none of them are registered to Kaleb Cole

“It is believed that Cole has participated in recent firearms training and recruitment efforts at organized ‘Hate Camps.’ These ‘Hate Camps’ have taken place in Washington State. Cole is believed to be an organizer in the ‘Hate Camps’ and his participation is concerning to law enforcement as it appears that he has gone from espousing hate to now taking active steps or preparation for an impending ‘race war,’” reads the September Emergency Risk Protection Order by Seattle Washington police. “These ‘Hate Camps’ also show various Atomwaffen Division members in skull masks making threats of mass violence (threats to kill or gas the Kikes).”

Kaleb Cole (center) Atomwaffen Division Washington state cell leader who currently has an outstanding warrent for his arrest. Note framed photo of Charlie Manson (l) and a Nazi 3rd Reich leader (right)

“Kaleb Cole poses a serious threat to public safety by having access to and possession of firearms and a concealed pistol license. Cole has a valid concealed pistol license issued by Whatcom County (Washington) Sheriff’s Office, #WH0010434,” reads the “Extreme Risk Protection Order” submitted to the King County Washington Superior Court by the Seattle Police Department.

Within weeks, Cole had violated that order when he was pulled over in Post, Texas wheren the vehicle he owned and was driving was found to contain numerous weapons.

When the King’s County, Washington court ordered the confiscation of his concealed carry firearms permit and any firearms he owned in September, the Seattle Police Department went to Cole’s father’s house and seized five rifles, a shotgun, three semiautomatic handguns and four lower receivers (the mechanical trigger systems to build homemade automatic weapons not required to be registered with any government agency and available over the internet) from the Cole residence outside Arlington, Snohomish County, Washington.

According to Washington state court records, none of the weapons or components were registered in Washington State’s licensed firearms database.

In truth, there is no national database of guns, no centralized record of firearms, how many exist (although independent estimates agree it is over 300 million currently in circulation in thee United States), or who owns them currently.

Domestic terrorist Kaleb Cole serves as a poster boy of that truth.

Texas, Washington state, and federal authorities have yet to apprehend Cole, who remains on the loose.

“A record check of the Washington state Department of Licensing Firearms Database shows no known firearms purchases by Cole. However, it is unknown whether Cole recently purchased additional firearms as we were made aware that Washington’s Department of Firearms Licensing Records (DOL) has an approximate half million firearm record backlog. Any recent firearm purchase (including for the last several years) are unlikely to be updated in the DOL database,” reads the Seattle Police Department report.

In spite of none of the nine weapons seized from Cole on October 1, 2019, coming up on databases as registered to him, Cole’s social media accounts, photographs seized from his phone by the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol at Chicago’s O’hare International airport in December 2018, and other photographs and videos produced by Cole and released as propagandada for the Atomwaffen Division, show him posting numerous still photographs and videos of him shooting and displaying war weapons.

Photo dowloaded by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol from Cole’s phone in December 2018
Kaleb Cole (Right) in an Atomwaffen Division still grab from a video

“Cole is believed to be an organizer of “Hate Camps” and his participation is of concern to law enforcement as it appears he has gone from espousing hate to now taking active steps and preparation for an impending ‘race war,’” reads a December, 2019 arrest warrant subsequently issued by Washington state.

December 16, 2019 arrestwarrant issued by the state of Washington for domestic terrorist Kaleb James Cole. He remains unapprehanded

“The coordinated camps with live fire training exercises, overseas travel with Atomwaffen paraphanalia-flags/skull masks, threats to kill (“gas the kikes”) and the possession of firearms suggest an imminent risk to public safety if Cole is permitted to continue to possess or purchase firearms,” reads the September Washington state request to a judge to issue an ‘Emergency Risk Protective Order’ to seize all Kaleb Cole’s guns.

Atomwaffen Division member ‘Nythra’ aka Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh, now in jail in Texas charged with “possession of weapons by an unauthorized person” (left), Kaleb Cole’s father (center), and Kaleb Cole (right).

Kaleb Cole “poses a significant danger in the near future,” reads the Seattle, Washington request for an ‘Extreme Risk Protection Order.’

It was far from the first time that U.S law enforcement found themselves unwilling or unable to arrest Kaleb James Cole. In December, 2018, Kaleb James Cole, Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh, and Edie Moore returned from a 25 day trip in eastern europe visiting fascist historical sites and were intercepted, at the direction of the FBI, by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency on their arrival at O’hare International Airport in Chicago. “On December 28, 2018, Cole, Kaleb James (DOB 10/13/1995) arrived at O’hare International Airport (ORD) via British Airways flight 297 via London, UK….Cole was met and identified on the jet bridge at gate M-11 in terminal 5 by CPB officers…..Cole is an Atomwaffen’s (sic) leader of Washington state and possesses an AK-47 assault rifle with a large capacity magazine, helped organize armed training sessions in Washington state and Nevada. He also works on the group’s armed propaganda. The Atomwaffen Division is a neo-Nazi terrorist organization based in the United States,” reads a Customs and Border Patrol document of the detention.

In the summer of 2019, Canadian authorities arrested Cole and held him for 42 days for being “a member of a terrorist organization” before deporting him and designating him “barred for life” from entering Canada, according to Washington state court documents.

“Cole flew from Quebec to British Columbia in late May/early June 2019. Cole was flagged by Canadian authorities because of concerns with open source information about Cole and his overseas travel to the Ukraine,” reads a King County, Washington September 26, 2019 Extreme Risk Protection Order request to a court to order the confiscation of his weapons. “Cole was detained during deportation proceedings. Cole was found inadmissible because he is “a member of an organization that may engage in terrorism” Section 34 (1) (F) from the Canadian Immigration Code.” He was removed from Canada by deportation in early July 2019 and barred from Canada for life.”

Kaleb Cole (left) with his unidentified Canadian girlfriend (right). He was arrested and held for 42 days before being “barred for life” from Canada for being a member of a terrorist organization

“Kaleb Cole, has been designated by Canada as a terrorist threat and has had his weapons removed by the State of Washington,” reads a November 2019 U.S. Attorney document from the Nortern District of Texas.

Cole has stood outside a local small town Jewish owned grocery store in Washington state and waved a Nazi flag. He has organized live fire training “hate camps” in multiple states since at least 2017 to train other Nazi, white supremacist terrorists. In the fall of 2018, Cole took a vacation to the Aushwitz concentration camp in Poland where he took a selfie giving the ‘Heil Hitler” Nazi salute.

Photo confiscated by the U.S Border and Customs Control at the O’hare International Airport on December 28, 2018 from Kaleb Cole’s phone after his return from eastern europe. On the left is Aiden Brucel.-Umbaugh and the right Kaleb Cole. Umbaugh is under arrest in Texas. Cole is still at large.

Kaleb James Cole appears, according to court records from the U.S. and Canadian federal governments and at least two U.S. states, to be a very disturbed person. And he has a boatload of weapons and a very aggressive public profile of insisting he is planning on using them against blacks, jews, homosexuals, and others he disapproves of.

Cole also hates women–alot.

Kaleb Cole is a terrorist. But he is, according to federal law, allowed to have as many war weapons as he wants and allowed to hold his views advocating the sparking of a violent apocolyptic race war while training others to launch such violence.

Kaleb James Cole aka Khimaere responding to a murdered woman’s headless corpse: “I wonder if she gives good head..”

“I made it required reading for a reason,” wrote the national leader of the Atomwaffen Division in January 2018 Kaleb Cole regarding the book “Iron Gates” a post apocolyptic novel of rape, pedophilia, genocide, and other atrocities. “Not only to desensitize you, but when doomsday comes; it will be cruel and unforgiving and we will have to be the same way. And might as well *enjoy* it’

The two men are self-declared white supremacists who advocate indiscriminate church and school shootings to spark a race war.

On November 13, 2019, Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh was indicted by a federal grand jury for “Possession of Firearms and Ammunition by a Prohibited Person” and “Possession of a Firearm by an Unlawful User and Addict of a Controlled Substance.”

Texas mugshot of Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh of Washington state

In one poignant recorded phone conversation, the defendant asks his mother to relay a message to his father: “F*uck him. And don’t ever f*cking contact me again.” Moments later, he disavows his own siblings stating that his brother and sister are both “dead to me.” 

According to both federal and Texas law, the terrorist’s weapons and ammo were legal, but the “small amount” of marijuana found “in a canister under the passenger seat” and “two grams of THC oils” in the trunk was not.

The FBI is using legal acrobatics invoking strict federal marijuana laws to compensate for lax gun laws that allow terrorists to legally stockpile weapons, according to court documents and law enforcement sources.

In recent months, the FBI has arrested at least four members of the Atomwaffen Division on the same obscure federal charges of being regular marijuana smokers in possession of an arsenal of otherwise legal weapons. This law has resulted in the arrest of at least 4 Atomwaffen Division members in recent months who were legally in possession of war weapons but illegally smoked pot concommitently.

On November 12, 2019 Andrew Thomasberg, the 21-year old Virginia state cell leader of the  Atomwaffen Division, pleaded guilty to possessing firearms while being an unlawful drug user and making a false statement in order to illegally purchase a firearm. Thomasberg was arrested in September

Andrew Thomasbetg, Virginia cell leader of the Nazi Atomwaffen Division

“Marijuana and firearms are a potentially deadly mix,” said G. Zachary Terwilliger, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. “If you are a drug user, you are prohibited by federal law from possessing a firearm. Simple as that.”

“Thomasburg lied in order to illegal purchase a firearm,” said Timothy R Slater, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office. “The FBI works with our partners to take criminals possessing illegal firearms off the streets to ensure a safer community for all citizens.”

 FBI agents arrested Brian Patrick Baynes, of Fairfax, on June 5, 2019 for allegedly lying on a federal background check form about drug use.  

Atomwaffen Division member Brian Baynes in a photo he posted on social media prior to his June 2019 arrest

A June court order listed “no contact with domestic or international terrorist group” as one condition for Baynes’ release pending sentencing. 

According to Atomwaffen’s internal chat logs, Baynes went by the alias “Ted Bundy” on the Atomwaffen Division Discord members only discussion board.. 

Baynes pleaded guilty to all charges on Aug. 8, including charges of being a marijuana smoker in possession of weapons. A June court order listed “no contact with domestic or international terrorist group” as one condition for Baynes’ release pending sentencing. 

On November 9, 2018, the FBI arrested Washington, D.C resident Jeffrey Raphiel Clark, Jr, who was affiliated with the Virginia cell of Atomwaffen Division, and also charged him with “Unlawful Possession of Firearms by Person who is Unlawful User of or Addicted to any Controlled Substance.”

The use and possession of Marijuana is legal in Washington, D.C., and Clark’s arsenal of weapons were all legally purchased and registered. But the FBI came up with evidence that Clark was a regular pot smoker and charged him with lying on his application allowing him to purchase and register weapons.

Clark, 30, and his brother, Edward, 23, lived together and were prominent fascist and white supremacist activists associated with the Nazi extremist group Vanguard America and, later, Atomwaffen Division. Both men attended the ‘Unite the Right’ demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017 and were photographed alongside James Alex Fields, the white nationalist who drove a Dodge Challenger into a crowd of counter protestors, killing one person and injuring nineteen.

What alarmed the FBI was not Clark’s marijuana use, but his open support for Robert Bowers, the terrorist who days prior to Clark’s arrest, shot up the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania on October 27, 2018, killing 11 and wounding 6.

Less than two hours after Neo Nazi Robert Bowers killed 11 worshippers and wounded six at the Pittsburgh synagogue, Clark’s brother, Edward, committed suicide. Clark’s online alias in Atomwaffen members only discussion boards on encrypted communication platforms was “DC Stormer.”

Both the Clark brother’s were in regular communication with Bower’s prior to the shooting, and had a mini arsenal in the house they shared, including a Remington Arms 1911 R1 handgun, a Mossberg Maverick 88 shotgun, a Baretta 92FS handgun, and a Ruger Mini 14 Ranch Rifle. All were legally purchased. The Beretta was recovered at the site of the suicide, court records show. Court documents said agents seized the other weapons from a relative’s home, after they had confiscated the weapons from their children.

Clark pleaded guilty to federal firearms charges in exchange for a sentence of time served and three years probation. 

FBI agents arrested Jeffrey Raphiel Clark Jr., on Nov. 9, 2018 on charges of being a pot smoker in possession of weapons. The FBI was drawn to the case after a tip-off from two of Clark’s family members. Like his brother, according to his family members, Clark wanted to “expedite” a race war.

Law enforcement officials seized multiple guns in connection with the Clark case, as well as kits meant to turn guns into the AR-15’s popular with mass shooters–the same kits purchased by both AWD Virginia cell leader Thomasburg and AWD Washington cell leader Kaleb Cole.

Clark described the Pittsburgh attack as a “dry run” and called Bowers a “hero.”  

Jeffrey Clark, an Atomwaffen Division affiliate, wearing a MAGA hat during the August 2017 Charlottesville, Vitginia deadly ‘Unite the Right’ Nazi demonstration

“They believed he may have planned to commit an act of violence on the day that he died,” an FBI court filing reads, referring to the Clark brother who committed suicide that same day.

In the brothers’ Washington, D.C. house, police found four guns, two bump-stock kits to convert semi-automatic weapons to fully automatic ones, two ballistic vests, two ballistic helmets, and two gas masks. Clark allegedly told the FBI he and his brother became interested in guns “because they believed there was going to be a civil war,” according to court records.

Jeffrey Clark was “DC Bowl Gang” on the far right wing discussion board Discord site, court files said, and Edward Clark went by “DC_Stormer.”

Court records show after his brother’s death, Jeffrey Clark posted on the Gab social media site a photo of the brothers wearing masks and holding a shotgun and a rifle, in front of a flag with a skull and cross bones.

The documents said Jeffrey Clark surrendered another weapon to agents, a Colt .38 handgun, that was not registered to either brother. The FBI said in court filings that agents also confiscated two kits to convert semiautomatic AR-15s into fully automatic rifles.

Authorities said they found two muzzleloading pistols in Jeffrey Clark’s bedroom and in the basement of the house. In Edward Clark’s room they found two ballistic vests, two ballistic helmets and two gas masks. FBI agents said in court that shotgun shells were also found. But it was charges of being pot smokers that provided the FBI with a criminal predicant that made the weapons illegal.

Court papers said Clark’s relatives told authorities that Clark admired Oklahoma bomber Timothy Mc­Veigh, Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and killer Charles Manson 

Clark was charged with illegally possessing a firearm while using or addicted to a controlled substance and with possession of a high-speed magazine. Like Bruce-Umbaugh in Texas in November 2019, during Clark’s interview with federal agents, he told them he used marijuana nearly every day.

Atomwaffen Division Washington state cell leader and chief propagandist Kaleb James Cole has had 14 weapons confiscated from him in recent weeks. While they include several AK-47 semi automatic rifles, an AR-15 semi automatic rifle, several thousand rounds of ammunition, and an illegal sawed-off shotgun whose barrell was cut down to an illegal length, according to Washington state police documents, of 13 and 3/4 inches, they don’t include his several weapons bought off the internet.

On January 15, 2018 Cole said “What conquers better? The enclave type soldier? Or the bloodthirsty shock troopers of the apocalypse? My bets are on the latter.”

Cole, apart from his politics, is a sexual sadist. He hates women and he likes to abuse them. Kaleb Cole is also a devouted Satanist, a member of the extremist Satanic Tempel of Blood, a group who practices human sacrifice, and is now in control of the Atomwaffen Division. At least nine members of AWD are also members of the Tempel of Blood.

“I wonder if she gives good head?” asks Atomwaffen leader Kaleb Cole in response to a photo posted by a fellow AWD member.

In the case of the Texas traffic stop, the vehicles driver and owner was Kaleb James Cole, 24—a national leader in charge of propaganda and head of Washington state for the Atomwaffen Division.

Kaleb James Cole, 24, the head of Atomwaffen Division Washington cell, a ntional leader of the organization, and it’s chief propagandist, is not exactly under the radar for federal law enforcement. Everybody knows he is a domestic terrorist, but U.S laws do not require him to be arrested. He had nine weapons confiscated by Washington state in October 2019, he was banned for life from ever entering Canada in July 2019, He was pulled over driving his 2000 blue Ford Focus in Texas in November 2019 with 5 weapons, 2000 rounds of ammunition, and numerous other weapons components and released. On December 16, 2019, Cole had a Washington state arrest warrant issued for violating the earlier Washington state gun confiscation order. But Cole is, according to U.S. federal laws, still allowed to own all the weapons he wants–weapons he has repeatedly stated he will use to commit mass murder against black and brown people, gays, Jews, women, and other people he doesn’t like.

Kaleb James Cole, the Atomwaffen Division Washington cell leader and chief propagandist, now on the run from an outstanding Washington state arrest warrant

“Cole flew from Quebec to British Columbia in late May/early June 2019. Cole was flagged by Canadian authorities because of concerns with open source information about Cole and his overseas travel to the Ukraine. Cole was detained during deportation proceedings. Cole was found inadmissible because he is “a member of an organization that may engage in terrorism” Section 34 (1) (F) from the Canadian Immigration Code.” He was removed from Canada by deportation in early July 2019 and barred from Canada for life.”

“They considered him such a threat to Canadian citizens that they did not release him (pending his deportation hearing),” said Seattle Police Department Sgt. Dorothy Kim in King County, Washington Superior Court in September 2019.

Previously, on December 28, 2018, he was pulled into the backroom at Chicago O’hare airport on his return from eastern europe, where he visited Aushwitz and gave the “Heil Hitler” salute outside the front gate.

Kaleb Cole in a photo seized by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol from Cole’s phone when he was intercepted at Chicago’s O’hare International airport on December 28, 2018

The FBI had alerted Customs and Border Protection to detain Cole for a thorough inspection and interview.  Cole told CBP he was returning from a 25 day sightseeing trip to the Czech Republic, Poland and Ukraine with Aidan Bruce-Umbaugh and Edie Allison Moore to “see the historic architecture and museums in Eastern European countries.” 

The three also attended a heavy metal festival while in Kyiv. The 2018 edition of Asgardsrei, a festival several National Socialist black metal bands have played in the past, was held in Kyiv from December 15-16 last year. 

Photographs from the Ukraine fascist concert posted to social media show an Atomwaffen Division flag, held by Cole and Bruce-Umbaugh, in the crowd. 

It is widely known among law enforcement and independent researchers that numerous, known, identified members of Atomwaffen Division possess arsenals of war weapons, as documented in videos’, photographs, intercepted chat log messages, and interviews with current and former members of the terror group.

But existing federal laws do not make this illegal, often protected by first amedment laws and lax federal enforcement of existing gun laws.

A criminal complaint filed in the United States District Court of Northern Texas says Cole and his passenger appeared “nervous and fidgety” when pulled over November 4, 2019, and the deputies saw “the handle of a machete or bowie knife sticking out of the middle console.” Both were also dressed in “combat/tactical attire.” The lawmen summoned a drug dog, who found marijuana in the vehicle. A later search turned up an AR-15, two AK-47s, a handgun. Thousands of rounds of ammo were also found, according to court documents.

None of that was illegal, according to either federal or Texas law.

What was illegal was that a very small amount of marijuana was also found in the vehicle, which is illegal in Texas.

When Atomwaffen Division member Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh, the passenger, took ownership to the drugs and weapons, this created an opportunity for violating federal laws of “possession of weapons by an unlawful current user of a controlled substance.”

A person may be an unlawful current user of a controlled substance even though the substance is not being used at the precise time the person seeks to acquire a firearm or receives or possesses a firearm. An inference of current use may be drawn from evidence of a recent use or possession of a controlled substance or a pattern of use or possession that reasonably covers the present time

Precedeing this year’s Atomwaffen Division arrests, was the case of domestic terrorist and mass murderer, white supremacist Dylan Roof who shot dead nine elderly black church parishioners in South Carolina in June 2015.

Atomwaffen Division image of mass murderer Dylan Roof entering the Charleston, South Carolina church where he murdered nine God fearing elderly parishioners in June 2015

The FBI director issued a rare mea culpa in the wake of the high profile mass murder, which shocked the nation. The case highlights the failures of the nation’s existing gun laws allowing threats to public safety to acquire weapons. “On April 11, Roof attempted to purchase a handgun from a store in West Columbia, South Carolina, a near suburb of Columbia. That day was a Saturday. On the next business day, April 13, an examiner in our West Virginia facility was assigned the case and began to process it,” wrote then FBI director Comey. “Her initial check of Roof’s criminal history showed that he had been arrested in South Carolina March 1 on a felony drug charge. This charge alone is not enough to deny proceeding with the (gun purchase) transaction. As a result, this charge required further inquiry of two potential reasons to deny the transaction. First, the person could have been convicted of a felony since the arrest. Second, the underlying facts of the arrest could show the person to be an unlawful drug user or addict.”

“South Carolina is one of the states for whom our West Virginia operation does background checks. South Carolina is where Dylann Roof purchased a gun in April 2015 that was later allegedly used in the mass murder in Charleston,” said Comey.

It’s possible that the police officer’s statement in the arrest report about what he said Roof told him would have sufficed to justify the FBI’s blocking the sale to Roof.

“I believe the job of the FBI Director is to be as transparent as possible with the American people, because we work for them. As you know, I try hard to explain our work to them, and I am also committed to explaining to them when we make a mistake and what I intend to do about it. I’m here today to talk to you about a mistake, in a matter of heartbreaking importance to all of us. Dylann Roof, the alleged killer of so many innocent people at the Emanuel AME church, should not have been allowed to purchase the gun he allegedly used that evening. Let me tell you what happened, as I understand it today,” said FBI director Comey on June 15, 2015, shortly after the mass murder.

“As you know, the FBI, through our CJIS Division in West Virginia, administers part of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, or NICS. We perform background checks in response to requests from gun dealers in about 30 states; the remainder of the states do their own.”

But the fact is that submitting information to the national data base is voluntary, and many local local enforcement and states do not.

“Unironically, I’m very proud of our membership. When I joined AWD it was basically a real life meeting point for American IM users,” wrote Atomwaffen Division leader Corwyn Storm Carver, currently a PFC in the United States Army stationed at Ft. Bliss, Texas. “When I was away, despite some huge setbacks. We managed to transform into one of the only organizations to actually promote SIEGE as it was intended to be understood. No more picking through or only superficially understanding what NS in America means. You’ve all done very well.”

“I’m a sadist, says Christopher Pazos of Chelsea and Worcester, Massachusetts who uses the alias ‘Plato Zorba’. “AWD needs sadists. We make the world a more beautiful place.”

“I’m from Texas, I’ve been a National Socialist for 7 years now. I work as a funeral director but on the side I’m a recording artist,” John Cameron Denton, the Texas cell leader for Atomwaffen Division, wrote the same day he joined Atomwaffen over the Iron March fascist online forum on August 23, 2016. “Esoteric Hitlerism is the only religion I live and breath.” “‘Esoteric Hitlerism’ is a form of Satanism practiced by adherants to Hitler.

John Cameron Denton of Conroe Montgomery County, Texas and Texas cell leader for the Atomwaffen Division

“All of AWD are sociopaths in a way,” Denton added.

“What conquers better? The enclave type soldier? Or the bloodthirsty shock troopers of the apocalypse?” wrote Cole to his Aromwaffen Division comrades on January 15, 2018. “My bets are on the latter.”

“There will never be a fourth Reich or anything equivalent (At least not for a very long time after collapse). This may not apply to (Charlie) Manson but this is part of what people have a problem with him (in the broader movement). Manson’s example is the one we follow, except a far more militant variation. It *will* be very chaotic. And for a good few decades it would probably remain so.”

“Charlie Manson is the ideal example of total system drop out. Not only that, he is one of the greatest philosophical minds of our time,” wrote Atomwaffen New Jersey cell leader Tyler Weising in September 2017.

“Manson is based. It’s hard to understand at first, wrote another AWD member In September 2017. “But he is us.”

“I’ve almost gotten in trouble so many times since I’ve joined the Army for Nazi shit lol. I’m surprised I’ve only been on the radar once,” wrote Corwyn Storm Carver of Virginia and currently a United States Army Private First Class stationed at Ft. Bliss, Texas in July 2017.

“What did you do or say?” asked another AWD member who was also a member of the U.S. Army.

“Eh, it’s cumulative. A lot of people joke about me being a Nazi just because of comments I make,” added Carver. “‘I’d kill babies’, (then) silence follows, then (I say) ‘Don’t worry not white ones”’

Aside from being a devotee of Charles Manson, having pledged allegiance to Adolph Hitler, repeatedly supported every mass school and church shooting in recent years, Atomwaffen Division leader Kaleb James Cole is also a long-time practicing Satanist. “In your opinion, Satanism contradicts the ideals of national socialism, right?” Cole asked another Atomwaffen Division member during a conference call whose audio recording was obtained by this reporter.

“Yeah,” the second man answered.

“Okay, I’m not gonna try to get mad and say you’re a fuckin idiot,” Cole responded. “Like, I want to know legitimately what part of it contradicts the ideals of national socialism…Have you read the Satanic Principles?. The fucking baseline ideas of what Satanism stands for? You cannot honestly read that and tell me it reflects none of what national socialism teaches.”

“You guys can get all moralistic if you want about Satanism… but when the fuckin’ race war comes, morals aren’t going to do anything but get you fuckin’ killed,” said Cole.

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