San Diego County resident Robert Wilson, a known neo-Nazi, was arrested Tuesday by Polish authorities on suspicion of projecting an anti-Semitic message on the Anne Frank House
In 2021, Wilson who hung an anti-Semitic banner over Interstate 80 and less than two weeks later assaulted his neighbor while yelling homophobic slurs at him and was charged with a hate crime. Before he could be prosecuted, he fled the country.
San Diego’s Inewsource:
Former San Diego County resident Robert Wilson, a known neo-Nazi, was arrested Tuesday by Polish authorities on suspicion of projecting an antisemitic message on the Anne Frank House, according to experts who monitor extremist activity around the globe.
The Amsterdam police said a 41-year-old suspect was arrested in Poland after an investigation into the incident in February, when a laser projection appeared on the former home of Anne Frank claiming her diary was a hoax. The stunt gained international attention and condemnation.
The Anti-Defamation League, which monitors Wilson’s activity, believes he has been living in Poland since fleeing the U.S. to evade hate crime charges in San Diego.
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*Robert Frank Wilson (left) arrested – along with Goyim Defense League found Jon Minadeo II (right) – while visiting Auschwitz and holding anti-Semitic signs.