“It’s really alarming for someone who is in a position to shape the next generation of nuclear security scholars to hold such extremist views,” said one critic on campus.
Ali Winston is an independent reporter covering criminal justice, privacy, and surveillance. He is a former reporter for the New York Times and fellow at Type Investigations. His reporting on police corruption, right-wing extremism, and surveillance have appeared in a number of regional and national outlets and been recognized with several awards, including a George Polk Award for Local Reporting. Ali is a graduate of the University of Chicago and the University of California.
After another burst of self-inflicted FBI attention, Atomwaffen Division is in trouble.
Seattle police seized a slew of firearms, records show, while Canadian authorities found he was involved with “an organization that may engage in terrorism.”
Two members of a Virginia cell and an active-duty soldier who belongs to an offshoot group have been charged in recent weeks.
“They’re digitizing the legacy of stop-and-frisk. This is effectively math-washing racially biased policing practices.”