|Charles Juba: not just a racist, but a lying racist|
When Charles Juba was confronted over his white supremacist past Monday night, he responded, "I'm a father. I'm a business owner. I've walked away from my past over five years ago." But it appears as if Juba is not only an active neo-Nazi, he's a dishonest active neo-Nazi.
According to court records, as recently as early this year his now ex-wife feared that Juba would take their two children to white power rallies. And he still keeps Nazi paraphernalia and Klan robes in his house.
While he says he took himself out of the movement more than five years ago, an organization that monitors hate groups reports that he started a neo-Nazi club in Oak Grove fewer than five months ago.
Courtney Cook-Juba filed for divorce from Charles in August 2009. In December, when the two were trying to reach a custody agreement for their two children, Cook-Juba included the following as an issue regarding restriction of visitation:
"Petitioner [Courtney Cook-Juba] believes Respondent [Charles Juba] will take the children to attend various hate rallies and/or to visit people involved in the Aryan Nations or the National Socialist Movement, some of which are currently incarcerated."Courtney Cook-Juba wasn't exactly unsupportive of white power. When the former couple agreed on how to split their possessions earlier this year, Charles Juba made sure to keep "2 Nazi flag pillowcases made by his wife." He probably wanted them to go with the two Klan robes, historical Nazi and Klan documents, and library of books like White Power by G.L. Rockwell, The Turner Diaries by William Luther Pierce and They Say Blood On My Hands by Robert Shelton.