The Charleston church massacre refers to the 2015 shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. White supremacist Dylann Roof, joined a prayer group meeting and opened fire, murdering nine parishioners and injuring one in the... Read more
Christian Identity is a religious sect and one of the longstanding segments of the white supremacist movement in the United States. It emerged in its modern form in the 1960s. Its beliefs center on a racist and... Read more
Bollyn is an Illinois-based antisemitic conspiracy theorist and a prominent, longtime member of the 9/11 Truth Movement. In 2017, he spoke at the Nation of Islam's annual convention. A Holocaust denier, Bollyn is a former writer for... Read more
Christopher Cantwell runs "Radical Agenda," a racist, "pro-European," white supremacist internet radio show, but is most well known for being an organizer and participant in the 2017 Unite the Right white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Cantwell... Read more
Chuck Baldwin is a prominent figure in the anti-government extremist "Patriot" movement. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Baldwin has peddled conspiracy theories that government measures to combat the virus are a "pretext for civil tyranny," "phase two" (after... Read more
The Church of Creativity is a group that promotes "Creativity," the virulently white supremacist pseudo-religion that proclaims the white race as "nature"s highest creation" and white people as "creators of all worthwhile culture and civilization." See also... Read more
Abdullah Azzam (1941-1989) was an influential Palestinian Salafi jihadist who popularized the concept of 'defensive jihad' during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan to encourage foreign volunteer fighters to travel to join the mujahideen movement. After the Soviet... Read more
Citizens' grand juries (also known as common law grand juries and people's grand juries) are sham juries created primarily by adherents of the sovereign citizen movement, who have a fondness for creating fictitious judicial and governmental entities... Read more
Cleon Skousen (1913-2006) was a former FBI agent and ultraconservative political theorist who advocated a philosophy centered on extremely limited federal government, anti-Communism, conspiracy theories and Mormon theology. He was an influential figure on the right and... Read more
Neo-Nazi Cliff Herrington, a former associate of George Lincoln Rockwell, was a founding member of the National Socialist American Workers Freedom Movement, which became the National Socialist Movement.
Colin Jordan (1923-2009) was a British neo-Nazi and founder of the British Movement (originally called the National Socialist Movement - should not to be confused with the American group of the same name). He entered the Cotswold... Read more
Colin Robertson is a far-right Scottish vlogger also known as "Millennial Woes" online. He has spoken at many far-right events alongside white supremacists and has interviewed numerous white supremacists in the US.
Colton Williams was a neo-Nazi and the leader of the Legion of St. Ambrose and former member of the Traditionalist Worker Party. Williams participated in white supremacist rallies between 2017 and 2019 including the "Unite the Right"... Read more
Combat 18 is a British terrorist neo-Nazi organization founded in the early 1990s. The group was inspired by The Turner Diaries and claims to follow the philosophy of leaderless resistance. The "18" in their name references the... Read more
The Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust (CODOH) is a Holocaust denial organization. Its activities include hosting an online discussion forum and publishing a quarterly journal, titled Inconvenient History. CODOH was founded by Bradley Smith, who... Read more