Former NeoNazi/Skinhead Fights for Boone County Fathers Rights While Blasting Mothers with the Parental Alienation claim


Former NeoNazi/Skinhead Fights for Boone County Fathers While Blasting Mothers 

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Well, it seems Stuart Showalter, from Boone County Fathers, has a radical background.  He has the nerve to blame Angie Warnock for her own death because she sought and received Protective Orders to protect herself from her violent husband.  It is common for violent, abusive leaders that populate these father€™s groups to yell the loudest.  (Unfortunately good fathers get recruited into these groups too).  And when they yell, they throw in the parental alienation claim in it.  Stuart claims to have the ear of Governor Mitch Daniels, and legislators on both sides of the isle…I would think with his continued rhetoric to protect violent men and blame the moms would be a red flag for who ever is talking to him.  See appellate decision below:

933 F.2d 573

UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Stuart W. SHOWALTER, Defendant-Appellant.

No. 90-1361.

United States Court of Appeals,
Seventh Circuit.

Argued Oct. 29, 1990.
Decided May 30, 1991.

Robert M. Barnes, Susan E. Heckard, Asst. U.S. Attys., Indianapolis, Ind., for plaintiff-appellee.

Daniel J. Coffey, Indianapolis, Ind., for defendant-appellant.

Before CUDAHY, RIPPLE, and MANION, Circuit Judges.

MANION, Circuit Judge.

1Stuart Showalter pleaded guilty to possession of an unregistered firearm in violation of 26 U.S.C. Sec. 5861(d). He appeals the length and conditions of his supervised release. We remand for resentencing because the length of supervised release exceeds the amount authorized by statute, but affirm the conditions of Showalter’s supervised release imposed by the district court.I.

2Showalter headed an Indianapolis organization called the “Pure American Freedom Party,” which was loosely associated with other white supremacist “skinhead” and “neo-Nazi” groups in Indiana and around the United States. Showalter, then 20 years old, was prominently featured in a July 1989 article in the Indianapolis Monthly magazine called “Skinhead Society: Should a Local Group of Neo-Nazis be Feared, Tolerated or Ignored?” The article described the weaponry in Showalter’s apartment, and discussed the group’s potential for committing acts of violence. This publicity apparently brought him to the attention of his landlords, who sought to evict him from his apartment (in a predominantly black neighborhood) for late payment of rent and violation of the lease by having too many occupants. Showalter failed to leave on time, and was seen outside the apartment brandishing a weapon, so the police were called in to assist in his departure. When he failed to respond to their request to drop his gun and come out, the police broke in and arrested him and another occupant.

To read the rest of this decision, please click here.

Also see:  Angie Warnock is Blamed for Her Own Death and He Swore He’d Never Hurt Her

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