Former neo-Nazi leader William A. White was sentenced to an additional 10 months in prison for violating his parole. “I’m sorry for leaving the country without permission,” White told U.S. District Judge James Turk today. White said he had been held in solitary confinement in a supermax prison and had a hard time readjusting to society. He blamed others for his problems. “I tried to start my life over, and I went about it the wrong way,” he said. “I’d like a chance to try to do it again.” White was the leader of a Roanoke-based neo-Nazi group and gained a national reputation for posting his inflammatory views online. He was convicted in 2009 of making racially-charged threats.
via hamptonroads Former neo-Nazi leader in Va. gets more prison time