Alabama Cop’s White Supremacy Speech Caught On Video

The speech took place at a gathering for theLeague of the South. The two officers placed on leave were with the Anniston police.

Josh Doggrell and Wayne Brown have now been identified as card-carrying members of a white supremacist group on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hatewatch. But the most frightening thing of all is what they say their police supervisors think about this organization and it’s agenda…

The Southern Poverty Law Center is widely known for their work tracking hate crimes and hate groups, particularly those related to Neo-Nazism and the Ku Klux Klan.

The SPLC reports that one police department in Alabama has knowingly hired neo-Confederate sympathizers and klansmen, in spite of the fact that this would obviously bias them against certain members of the community they have taken an oath to serve and protect.

Doggrell is a Lieutenant as well as the founder and chair of his area League of the South chapter. That organization, according to the SPLC is a “white supremacist organization.”

The SPLC further states that the LOS promotes the secession of the south in order to establish a Christian theocratic state which they say should be run by a “racial elite” of “Anglo-Celtics.”

Lieutenant Doggrell has been an active member and leader in the organization since 1995. The Anniston Police Department sees no problem with that.

Doggrell told a group of LOS members, back in 2013, that the police supervisors and hire-ups in the Anniston Police Department are “not only aware” of his racist organization and affiliations, but they “actively agree” with those groups.

“The vast majority of men in uniform are aware that they’re southerners,” Doggrell stated without waiver. “And kith and kin comes before illegal national mandates.”

“I went in and told the chief last year, I’m not going to sell out my position with the League, as something I believe in strongly. If it came down to it, I’d choose the League.”

After his big reveal to his law enforcement supervisors, he said “Is there anything you want to ask me?”

“You just answered every question I have,” he recalled. “We pretty much think like you do,” the chief replied.

Wayne Brown, another Lieutenant with the Anniston police, was at that meeting and confirmed the position of their supervisors on their racial supremacist beliefs.

The Southern Poverty Law Center recently sent a video of this meeting to the city manager, Brian Johnson. Johnson said that even if officers were proven to belong to Neo-Nazi groups or the Ku Klux Klan, this is no reason for them to be fired.

(Article by Jackson Marciana; image still and video via YouTube; headline inspired by Addicting Info)