First, here is a YouTube video of KSL Channel 5's report on the sentencing of Shaun Walker and Eric Egbert (hat tip to the Resistance Discussion Forum for leading me to this tidbit):
New information has emerged which implies there might be much more to the Shaun Walker case than even many of us familiar with the Cause may have dreamed possible. Many of us merely thought that Shaun Walker and his cohorts may have been merely overcharged in order to send a political message to the white nationalist movement using the justice system. Very few of us entertained the possibility of a COMPLETE SETUP.
However, the wife of Shaun Walker has now spoken out, and she hints of the possibility that it might have been a complete setup, In this post on the Stormfront White Nationalist Discussion Forum, located in a dedicated thread, Mrs. Walker, under the nickname "Thora Design", provides us with her insight:
I'm saddened to have to set the record straight ... our OWN people don't even have the facts straight..
Let me say unequivocally -- Shaun Walker WAS NOT in a bar fight. Keith Cotter and Brad Callahan LIED on the stand to save their skin. There WAS NO conspiracy. If you are truly interested in the case, don't read newspaper accounts -- read court transcripts. You will see how unbelievable this case is. ZOG wanted them to plea bargain and show remorse for crimes they didn't commit -- they all 3 kept their honor and integrity -- they did not BOW DOWN, roll on each other or confess to crimes they didn't commit.
Shaun, Travis and Eric had been handed down gag orders and are now in the appeal process. They are unable to set the records straight.
Eric and Travis are still in the Salt Lake City County jail. I'm sure they would appreciate funds in their commissary and/or letters of encouragment.
No good can be had for being judgmental and/or perpetuating bad information for our "OWN".
If what Mrs. Walker asserts is true, then that might immediately explain why the victims never pressed state charges and why the State of Utah never filed charges. You can't file charges unless there is a crime.
The implications of this are positively chilling. This means Keith Cotter made up a complete cock-and-bull story to save his own ass. This means Brad Callahan needlessly corroborated Cotter's story (and why would Callahan do this - he wasn't being charged with anything - he had to legal incentive to roll over on the Shaun Walker Trio). And this means the Federal prosecutors were either incredibly negligent in failing to check up on Cotter's story, or they deliberately chose not to cross-check Cotter's story and prosecuted anyway. If the latter is the case, then the Feds conspired with a snitch to put an innocent man away.
I can understand why, in her present distraught state of mind, Mrs. Walker would mildly take the pro-white movement to task for "not having our facts straight". But the information the media provided was all we had. The gag order imposed on the defendants, while originally intended to reduce the possibility of jury subornation, also denied the defendants the opportunity to make their case to the public. It would have been helpful had Mrs. Walker posted her information much earlier, then the rest of us could have spread her input far and wide as well. There's no way any pro-white blogger could have proclaimed Shaun Walker's complete innocence, based upon the information publicly available, without anything tangible to back it up.
DEMONIZES SHAUN WALKER
Despite the possibility of having many alleged
contributors who are descendants of Karl Marx, Leon
Trotsky, New York's Top Banksters, Wall Street
swindlers, The Jewish Mafia, and the Jewish
Bolsheviks who founded the USSR and presided over
the murder of its 65 million criminally executed
Christians, the SPLC pretended enough cleanliness on
April 20, 2007 to take a swipe at a man who by law
could not defend himself.
Many might say this is a skewed view
of a Majority Civil Rights Activist. Incidentally,
the Southern Poverty Law Center like its leftist
comrade organization, the ADL, seems to be run
mostly by persons who are members of one of
America's smallest and most powerful minorities.
Like the Soviet Union which developed tons of files
on people, this file on Walker seems to be a
detailed file on a non-minority "person of
interest," a rather over-used phrase that may have
originated from the USSR's top brass. Is it true
that, as some people say, many relatives of this
small group started and ran the USSR as a fascist
left-wing killing field for Europeans, the very
people Mr. Walker represented? Shall we note that
they dare to use the phrase "Neo-Nazi"? Could not
this file be said to be in many ways quite similar
in its propaganda intent to those millions of
reports on individuals which were written and filed
by Henchmen of Hitler and Trotsky. It is really true
that these people in this tiny minority are directly
related by blood-line to Trotsky (alias David
Bronstein of New York City) who founded and ran the
Red Army that murdered all 65 million USSR
Christians and kept files on them?
How many people did Shaun Walker murder?
Shaun Walker was the chairman and CEO of the National Alliance, a major neo-Nazi organization, from April 2005 to July 2006. Walker was appointed to head the group after then-leader Erich Gliebe — who was himself appointed to head the organization immediately after the 2002 death of founder William Pierce — resigned in the midst of continuing infighting and internal scandals. Walker's stint as the group's leader was cut short when he was convicted of orchestrating and participating in a series of brutal attacks on non-whites in bars in Salt Lake City in 2000.
In 2006, Walker was indicted on federal civil rights charges for orchestrating attacks on non-whites in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 2002 and 2003. Walker was convicted in 2007 and sentenced to 87 months in prison. He served time in Sandstone Federal Correctional Facility in Sandstone, Minn., until his release on November 27, 2009.
In His Own Words
"Adolf Hitler is without doubt the greatest leader and philosopher of the 1900s."
— 2005 speech
"I guarantee you there
are more brilliant,
intelligent white people on
earth, with higher IQs, than
all the Jews put together."
— "American Dissident Voices" radio broadcast, 2006
"The Jews have invested a
great deal into the
Holocaust story and it is
now a powerful political
tool that they often wield.
... [A]ll over the world,
there is a historical mythos
called the Jewish Holocaust
of World War II."
— "American Dissident Voices," 2006
Shaun Walker grew up in Hayward, Calif., where he became a neo-Nazi during his high school years, penning essays on genetics and racist skinhead culture for WAR magazine, which was published by White Aryan Resistance (WAR), a youth-focused white supremacist organization led by Tom Metzger.
Walker served in the Marine Corps from 1986 to 1990, training as a sniper. He later studied molecular biology at John Muir College at the University of California, San Diego, receiving a B.S. in molecular biology with a minor in history in 1997.
The following year, Walker joined the National Alliance Internet Response Unit, an online propaganda division that was overseen by Billy Roper. The Alliance was then at the height of its power, in terms of membership, revenues and influence. In 2000, Walker was appointed unit coordinator, or leader, of the Salt Lake City unit of the National Alliance by its founder and chairman, William Pierce. Two years later, not long before his death, Pierce hired Walker to a full-time salaried position as the National Alliance's chief of staff and membership coordinator.
Shortly after Pierce's death in July 2002, Pierce's handpicked successor, Erich Gliebe, appointed Walker as the Alliance's western states regional coordinator. Less than a year later, in July 2003, Gliebe promoted Walker to the position of chief operating officer, at which time Walker relocated from Salt Lake City to the National Alliance headquarters outside Hillsboro, W. Va., where he lived and worked for the next three years.
Together with Gliebe, Walker presided over the virtual disintegration of the Alliance, as the leaders of the largest and richest neo-Nazi organization in the country were increasingly beset by allegations of financial improprieties, moral lassitude and general incompetence. In August 2004, David Pringle, a former high-ranking Alliance official, wrote and distributed a protest essay titled "Demand an Audit." It detailed the wasteful spending and failed business ventures of Gliebe and Walker, by then derisively known in many neo-Nazi circles as "the Dues Brothers." "In the last year, 'our enemies' have not made disastrous decisions that have cost us most of our cash savings," Pringle wrote. "Our leaders have. Our enemies have not caused us to lose more than half of our rank-and-file membership and almost two thirds of our organizational revenue in the last year. Our leaders have."
The internal pressure on Gliebe and his leadership team only grew after that. Finally, on April 25, 2005, Walker abruptly announced that Gliebe had stepped down and that Walker was replacing him as CEO of the Alliance. Gliebe would stay on, but only as the head of Resistance Records, the group's hate rock music company.
The National Alliance limped on, but its ranks were rapidly dwindling from a high of about 1,400. Nevertheless, Walker managed to keep the Alliance in the mainstream media via interviews with major newspapers and cable news networks, and to continue to espouse the group's agenda via the Internet and its "American Dissident Voices" radio broadcasts. Regardless, by 2006 the group had no more than a few hundred members.
In June of 2006, however,
Walker's past caught up with
him. He was arrested on
federal civil rights charges
for allegedly leading a
series of organized attacks
on Mexicans and Native
Americans in Salt Lake City
bars in 2000. The conditions
of his pre-trial release
prohibited Walker from
having any contact with past
or present members of the
National Alliance, forcing
him to resign as chairman
and hand the reins back to
Gliebe. Walker and two
Massey, the former Utah
spokesman for the Alliance,
and Eric Egbert, were
convicted in April 2007 of
conspiracy to interfere with
the civil rights of
individuals based on their
race. On Aug. 13, 2007,
Walker was sentenced to 87
months in federal prison.
He later won a sentence
reduction and was released
on Nov. 27, 2009.