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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Reference: Neo-Nazi Supremacist Church of the Creator (COTC)

The Reference of:
World-Church-Of-The-Creator (WCOTC/COTC)



WikiPedia Ben Klassen Source Data

Bernhardt[1] (or Ben) Klassen February 20, 1918 (O.S. February 7, 1918) – August 6, 1993) was a self-described white separatist and racial purist American politician who was also a religious leader who founded the Church of the Creator with the publication of his book Nature's Eternal Religion in 1973.
At one point, Klassen was a Republican Florida state legislator, as well as a supporter of George Wallace's presidential campaign. In addition to his religious and political work, Klassen was an electrical engineer and he was also the inventor of a wall-mounted electric can-opener.[2][3][4]

2. Matt Hale:

Matt Hale spent years pumping out violent and aggressive propaganda, particularly once he became "Pontifex Maximus" of the World Church of the Creator, which for a time was one of the largest neo-Nazi groups in America.
Matthew F. Hale (aka: Matt Hale)












Matthew F. Hale (aka: Matt Hale).
Date-Of-Birth(DOB): July 27, 1971 (age 47)
Known Religion: Creativity
Nationality: American/U.S.Citizen
Possition in COTC: Senior posting
Period in office: 1996–2005
Successor: James Logsdon
Education: Bradley University (B.A.); Southern Illinois University Carbondale (J.D.)
Years active in COTC: 1983–2005
U.S. Citizen Criminal Profile: White supremacy, federal soliciting to murder conviction
Born Home Town: East Peoria, Illinois, United States
Matthew F. Hale's Birthing Parent(s): Russell Hale and Evelyn Hutcheson
Criminal Status: Incarcerated at United States Penitentiary, Florence ADX, prisoner number 15177-424
Matt Hale's Conviction(s): Soliciting an undercover FBI informant to kill Judge Joan Lefkow
Criminal Sentencing-Penalty: 40-year prison term
Correctional Facility Title: Pontifex Maximus

Source:  WikiPedia Matthew F. Hale, (aka: Matt Hale), Source Data:

Matthew F. "Matt" Hale (born July 27, 1971)[5] is an American white supremacist, neo-Nazi leader and a convicted felon.[6] Hale was the founder of the East Peoria, Illinois-based white separatist group then known as the World Church of the Creator (now called The Creativity Movement), and he declared himself its Pontifex Maximus (Latin for "highest priest") in continuation of the Church of the Creator organization founded by Ben Klassen in 1973.[7]  In 1998, Hale was barred from practicing law in Illinois by the state panel that evaluates the character and fitness of prospective lawyers. The panel stated that Hale's incitement of racial hatred, for the ultimate purpose of depriving selected groups of their legal rights, was blatantly immoral and rendered him unfit to be a lawyer.[8][9]  In 2005, Hale was sentenced to a 40-year federal prison term for encouraging an undercover FBI informant to kill federal judge Joan Lefkow.[7] He is currently serving his sentence at ADX Florence with a projected release date of December 6, 2037


About Matt Hale:

At the age of 11, Matt Hale realized he was a white supremacist. He would spend the next two decades involved in white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups while still living in his childhood bedroom. Hale spent years pumping out violent and aggressive propaganda, particularly once he became "Pontifex Maximus" of the World Church of the Creator, which for a time was one of the largest neo-Nazi groups in America. His beliefs inspired a killing spree by his follower and friend Ben Smith and led him to solicit the murder of a federal judge, which landed him a sentence of 40 years in prison in 2005. Since his imprisonment, the group he long led has been renamed The Creativity Movement and broken up into small remnants.

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