Manosphere Christopher Charles "Chris" Cantwell / FreedomFighter361 / FUFeelinz - Alt-Right, Strongman-Worshipping, McDonalds Addicted Crying MRA Nazi & the Incredible Cuck; Banned From All Social Media for Death Threats. Arrested for online rape threats.

And he is guilty and facing up to 22 years.



CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE — Christopher Cantwell, the neo-Nazi podcaster charged by federal prosecutors with threatening to rape a rival neo-Nazi’s wife has been found guilty of extortion and threats. Jurors acquitted Cantwell of cyberstalking.

Jurors reached their verdict after a four-day trial in a Concord, New Hampshire federal courtroom. Deliberations began on Friday afternoon and continued Monday in a little less than three hours.

 
Jury finds white nationalist guilty of rape threat

CONCORD, N.H (AP) — A self-proclaimed white nationalist who rose to prominence during a deadly 2017 rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was found guilty Monday by a federal jury of threatening to rape the wife of a man who was part of a racist group he felt was harassing and bullying him.
Christopher Cantwell, a New Hampshire resident and radio host, was found guilty of extortion and threatening to injure property or reputation but not guilty of cyberstalking related to a series of threats he made toward a Missouri man over the Telegram messaging app.
He was arrested in January on federal charges and had pleaded not guilty.
Cantwell faces up to 22 years in prison and will be sentenced Jan. 4. He will remain in Strafford County jail.
“We’re pleased that justice has been done and we’re glad to have been vindicated,” Assistant U.S. Attorney John Davis said after the verdict.
Davis said he hoped there would be a “deterrent value” in the conviction that might resonate among “everyone on the internet and the white nationalist world and other worlds where really abhorrent things are said.”
“You do have a right to free speech and there is a First Amendment,” he said. “But when you violate the regulate norms that apply — you can’t threaten someone as part of an extortion attempt — it isn’t going to matter even if it is in the white nationalist internet world.”
Cantwell, dressed in a shirt and tie and wearing a mask, did not appear to show any visible reaction to the verdict. His defense team declined to comment.
Authorities say Cantwell used the Telegram messaging app to convey a threat last year that he would rape the man’s wife if he didn’t give up information about the leader of a white supremacist group of which the man was a member, authorities said. The Associated Press is not naming the man to protect the identify of his wife.
Cantwell is also accused of threatening to expose the man’s identity and warning “you will lose everything you have” if he didn’t provide the personal details about the leader of the Bowl Patrol. The group’s name was inspired by the haircut of Dylann Roof, who was sentenced to death for fatally shooting nine Black church members during a Bible study session in Charleston, South Carolina.
Cantwell followed through on another threat to report the Missouri man, who has several children, to the state’s child division for drug use and racist views. But an agency official testified at the trial that it did not feel the complaint justified further investigation.
Cantwell’s attorney, Eric Wolpin, on Friday acknowledged in his closing remarks that his client’s language was “obscene” and “over the top.” But he said it never rose to the level of an actual threat, nor was it tied to anything of value.
He portrayed Cantwell as angry over harassment and bullying from the Bowl Patrol. Members disrupted his radio show for months with pranks and defaced his website with pornography and violent content, Wolpin said.

Cantwell previously pleaded guilty to assault in 2018 after he was accused of using pepper spray during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville in 2017. He didn’t serve additional jail time but was barred from Virginia for five years.
Cantwell, who has hosted self-produced radio shows, also has history of posting threatening messages over social media.
Last year, attorneys who filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in connection with the Charlottesville rally asked a judge to order Cantwell to stop making “unlawful threats” against the plaintiffs and their lead attorney.
Cantwell is one two dozen groups and individual defendants in that case that is expected to go to trial in April.
“Today marks an important step toward accountability for Cantwell’s long history of violence and bigotry,” said Amy Spitalnick, the executive director of the civil rights group Integrity First for America which is funding the lawsuit.


 
Jury finds white nationalist guilty of rape threat

CONCORD, N.H (AP) — A self-proclaimed white nationalist who rose to prominence during a deadly 2017 rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was found guilty Monday by a federal jury of threatening to rape the wife of a man who was part of a racist group he felt was harassing and bullying him.
Christopher Cantwell, a New Hampshire resident and radio host, was found guilty of extortion and threatening to injure property or reputation but not guilty of cyberstalking related to a series of threats he made toward a Missouri man over the Telegram messaging app.
He was arrested in January on federal charges and had pleaded not guilty.
Cantwell faces up to 22 years in prison and will be sentenced Jan. 4. He will remain in Strafford County jail.
“We’re pleased that justice has been done and we’re glad to have been vindicated,” Assistant U.S. Attorney John Davis said after the verdict.
Davis said he hoped there would be a “deterrent value” in the conviction that might resonate among “everyone on the internet and the white nationalist world and other worlds where really abhorrent things are said.”
“You do have a right to free speech and there is a First Amendment,” he said. “But when you violate the regulate norms that apply — you can’t threaten someone as part of an extortion attempt — it isn’t going to matter even if it is in the white nationalist internet world.”
Cantwell, dressed in a shirt and tie and wearing a mask, did not appear to show any visible reaction to the verdict. His defense team declined to comment.
Authorities say Cantwell used the Telegram messaging app to convey a threat last year that he would rape the man’s wife if he didn’t give up information about the leader of a white supremacist group of which the man was a member, authorities said. The Associated Press is not naming the man to protect the identify of his wife.
Cantwell is also accused of threatening to expose the man’s identity and warning “you will lose everything you have” if he didn’t provide the personal details about the leader of the Bowl Patrol. The group’s name was inspired by the haircut of Dylann Roof, who was sentenced to death for fatally shooting nine Black church members during a Bible study session in Charleston, South Carolina.
Cantwell followed through on another threat to report the Missouri man, who has several children, to the state’s child division for drug use and racist views. But an agency official testified at the trial that it did not feel the complaint justified further investigation.
Cantwell’s attorney, Eric Wolpin, on Friday acknowledged in his closing remarks that his client’s language was “obscene” and “over the top.” But he said it never rose to the level of an actual threat, nor was it tied to anything of value.
He portrayed Cantwell as angry over harassment and bullying from the Bowl Patrol. Members disrupted his radio show for months with pranks and defaced his website with pornography and violent content, Wolpin said.

Cantwell previously pleaded guilty to assault in 2018 after he was accused of using pepper spray during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville in 2017. He didn’t serve additional jail time but was barred from Virginia for five years.
Cantwell, who has hosted self-produced radio shows, also has history of posting threatening messages over social media.
Last year, attorneys who filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in connection with the Charlottesville rally asked a judge to order Cantwell to stop making “unlawful threats” against the plaintiffs and their lead attorney.
Cantwell is one two dozen groups and individual defendants in that case that is expected to go to trial in April.
“Today marks an important step toward accountability for Cantwell’s long history of violence and bigotry,” said Amy Spitalnick, the executive director of the civil rights group Integrity First for America which is funding the lawsuit.


Gets what he deserves on top of using his fan donations to buy liquor and drugs and blaming the jews for his own problems.
 

LordofCringe7206

What's that Plank? They're hiding in the library?
I think he'll get the maximum sentence just because of his lengthy criminal record and his connection to Unite The Right. If he get's some leniency from the judge I would put it around 10-15 years.

Either way, I don't see anything good coming out of this for Cantwell. He's already been in prison a number of times and still can't become a normal member of society. If he doesn't die during this sentence he'll end up in trouble again following his eventual release.
 

Doctor Placebo

Bloody, bloody 2020.
Ten years.

Running a White Nationalist group.

“When you choose to bully someone, you choose to bully someone who is weak — that’s why they go after Chris,” Wolpin told jurors.

For Cantwell this might actually hurt worse than the sentencing. Alpha dreams curbstomped.

The Associated Press is not naming the man to protect the identify of his wife.
Holy fuck. Chris Cantwell got the AP to troll shield for a white nationalist just to spite him. It's like bizarro Sargon. Everything he tries to destroy prospers.
 
More bad news for Cantwell.

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I would say that he an heroes but he's already had a ton of brushes with the law and he still hasn't offed himself yet. Unless I'm mistaken this will however be Cantwell's first stint in prison so who knows.

He has done time before, some of it awaiting trial for the Unite the Right shit but I've sure that was a previous conviction for something when he lived in New York.
Jared lolc Howe has done a podcast about the new conviction but I cannot be arsed listening this evening.
 

LordofCringe7206

What's that Plank? They're hiding in the library?
He has done time before, some of it awaiting trial for the Unite the Right shit but I've sure that was a previous conviction for something when he lived in New York.
Jared lolc Howe has done a podcast about the new conviction but I cannot be arsed listening this evening.

He did six months in county jail back in the early 2000's for a whole list of charges. What I want to know is has he actually been in prison in regards to any of the shit that has happened since Unite the Right. As for as I know he's only served jail sentences throughout all of his legal trials up until this point.

If true, this will be his first prison stint.
 
He did six months in county jail back in the early 2000's for a whole list of charges. What I want to know is has he actually been in prison in regards to any of the shit that has happened since Unite the Right. As for as I know he's only served jail sentences throughout all of his legal trials up until this point.

If true, this will be his first prison stint.

Apart from remand or however it's termed in the US this will be his first proper big boy sentence that I'm aware of.
 

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