No Bond for White Supremacist Charged With Threatening Juror

A judge has ordered a white supremacist charged with threatening a Chicago juror to remain jailed without bond.
William White, of Roanoke, Va., has pleaded not guilty to charges that he threatened one of the jurors who convicted another racial activist of soliciting the murder of a federal judge.
U.S. District Judge William Hibbler said he was upholding a previous decision by a Virginia judge to "ensure the safety of the
The charges against White, 31, stem from his alleged posting of personal information of the foreman of a jury that found white
supremacist Matt Hale guilty of soliciting the murder of federal Judge Joan Lefkow, who presided over Hale's trial.
But much of the hour-long hearing centered on his other online postings including a veiled threat toward President-elect Barack Obama.
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