July 24, 2017

Next on the White Power Chopping Block: Jason Sulser

Jason Sulser wearing the Thundercats T-Shirt with fellow League of the South member and friend Dennis Durham behind him during last September's neo-Confederate rally in Washington, DC.
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The Virginia Flaggers/League of the South are getting rocked with this development, as well they should. One of their biggest organizers got caught with a lot of child pornography. And we mean a lot.

 

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY, VIRGINIA – A neo-Confederate activist who has been a prominent face in the Virginia Flaggers as well as an associate of the White Supremacist and secessionist League of the South, and who was recently escorted out of a Donald Trump rally after unfurling a Confederate flag, has been arrested on charges of possessing child pornography.

Jason Charles Sulser, 39, of Stafford, VA, was arrested June 23 and charged with 45 counts of possession, reproduction, distribution, solicitation, and facilitation of child pornography. According to Virginia statutes, each charge carries with it a five to twenty year sentence He is currently incarcerated at the Rappahannock County Jail in lieu of bail. The amount of bail, if any, and future court dates are unavailable at the time of this posting.

Jason Sulser shouts into a megaphone at a protester during a rally last July that he organized in his hometown of Stafford, VA that brought out neo-Nazi Ron Doggett and Scott Terry, a close friend and partner of neo-Nazi Matthew Heimbach.
Jason Sulser shouts into a megaphone at a protester during a rally last July that he organized in his hometown of Stafford, VA that brought out neo-Nazi Ron Doggett and Scott Terry, a close friend and partner of neo-Nazi Matthew Heimbach.

Sulser has been a regular fixture at rallies and events put on by the Virginia Flaggers, a neo-Confederate group who’s Facebook page says is “A group dedicated to the promotion of and education in flagging as a way to protect and defend all Confederate heritage, and to the support of all who are willing to join in.” Despite pronouncements that they are not a hate group, it is Sulser, along with his friend League of the South’s Dennis Durham, who organizes the rallies in the state of Virginia that the Flaggers attend. Sulser is also the administrator for the Central VA Confederate Flag Rallies Facebook page, and in September a rally he and Durham organized in Washington, DC saw the gathered neo-Confederates chased out of town by a crowd that gathered to oppose them.

In December, Sulser, after unfurling a Confederate flag at a Trump rally in Manassas, VA, was escorted from the venue by police, the only reason given was his flag was blocking the view for others attending the event for the eventual presumptive Republican nominee for President. While not charged with any crime in that case, Sulser has been arrested for other offenses in the past as well, including domestic violence.

Details of Sulser’s arrest regarding how police were alerted to Sulser possessing child pornography are not known at the time of his posting. The One People’s Project-associated blogs Restoring the Honor and Overthrowdotcom have covered the Virginia Flaggers and League of the South extensively over the past year.

4 Comments

  1. Please list all of the Virginia Confederate flag rallies Sulser and Durham have organized (date, location, etc.) and identify which ones the Virginia Flaggers have attended. Ideally, you should go back the entire time the Flaggers have been in existence, five years, but I’ll settle for one or two. A link to third-party verification would be nice, too.

    Restoring the Honor and Overthrowdotcom.com will have a lot of what you are looking for. “DeStroy’s” latest article covers this.

    • Nope… as of the wee, small hours of July 7, there’s no list at DeStroy’s blog of Confederate Flag rallies Sulser and Durham have organized that were attended by the VaFlaggers. Can you take up his slack? After all, the claim was made on this blog, so somebody here ought to be able to provide the answer.

      Well, we mentioned two…

  2. Now I understand why the VA Flagler had a parade float at the Stafford County Christmas Parade…Jason were you there scoping out the 8 year Olds?

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