MOUNTAIN VIEW, Ark. – Billy Roper is having a difficult time with his newfound Twitter fame.
The open racist, self-described Nazi, and Mountain View resident attracted online attention after he appeared to be identified in a photo at the Charlottesville, Virginia white supremacy protests over the weekend (featured photo). Enjoying a loose relationship with the truth, Roper denied it was him on his Twitter account – before he later said it was him.
NEA Report has confirmed it was not him.
In the picture, the similar looking man is wearing a University of Arkansas Engineering shirt as he marches, torch in hand, to promote his skin color. The U of A chancellor tweeted the photo and quickly condemned it.
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LITTLE ROCK—Patrick C. Harris, Acting United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, and Robert G. Feldt, Special Agent-in-Charge, Social Security Administration(SSA), Office of the Inspector General, announced today that Julie Anna DeLarm, formerly known as Julianna England, 51, appeared before United States District Court Judge Billy Roy Wilson and was sentenced to 24 months in prison for making a false statement to the Social Security Administration. Continue reading “Searcy business owner sentenced for false statement to Social Security”
POCAHONTAS, Ark. – A man who was already in jail on terroristic threatening charges from a July incident is the suspect in this week’s bomb threat called into the Pocahontas post office, several sources revealed anonymously to NEA Report.
Jihad Darnell Ramadan was already in Randolph County Jail to face terroristic threatening charges. His court date was set for September 11. Those charges stemmed from an incident where he allegedly threatened a staffing agency and the Peco chicken processing plant in June. Continue reading “Source: Jihad Ramadan is the suspect in Pocahontas postal threat”