Plea Change for Admitted Racist (White Supremacist) Who Is Accused of Burning Down the Residence of a Black Attempted Family
Joliet, Illinois was in the news recently when four suspected Racists were charged with the savage murder of two young black males. Here’s another you may have missed. On January 17, 2013 it was reported that Brian James Moudry will be changing his plea from “not guilty” to “guilty” in his upcoming court date for a Racist attack also in Joliet, Illinois (about 40 miles southwest of Chicago). On June 17, 2007, Moudry, an admitted White Supremacist (Racist), burned down the residence of a black attempted family reportedly to force them out of the area. However, that published motive does not seem accurate especially since all 10 members of the survival unit were present though they managed to escape. Given the early morning hours of the terrorist attack, it is reasonable to say that Moudry expected the fire to cause serious injury if not death to the black residents. If we lived in a system based on Justice rather than Racism (White Supremacy), Moudry would be accused of both arson and attempted murder. Instead, in addition to arson, Moudry was charged with using fire to interfere with housing rights based on race, and using fire to commit another felony. The Victims of Racism moved after the fire. The report does not say whether they permanently moved from the area.
Moudry has served time for other Racist terrorist attacks. He was reportedly a member of a Racist (White Supremacist) group led by Matt Hale, an avowed White Supremacist, who the Southern Poverty Law Center, called one of the most famous Neo-nazis in this part of the world.