March 25, 2017

Next on the White Power Chopping Block: Benjamin DePilla

Benjamin DePilla
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The Atlantic City “Skinheads” member was actually busted a few months ago for cocaine distribution, but everyone is finding out about it now.  Better late than never!

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This little gem slipped by us when it went down a few months ago. It didn’t register on our radar because we are not in the business of monitoring narcotics dealers. We do not support drug enforcement and believe that decriminalization and harm reduction are the best ways to fight addiction.

That said, anyone who associates with people like the Atlantic City “Skinheads” deserve what’s coming to them.

According to dozens of media outlets, what began as an investigation by the state Attorney General into ACS and its members quickly morphed into a drug sting. According to nj.com:

“Operation Skin Deep, as the investigation was called, started out as a surveillance operation targeting white supremacist groups in Atlantic City. While monitoring the activity of one group, the Atlantic City Skin Heads, detectives identified several individuals who appeared to be selling cocaine, according to Peter Aseltine, a spokesman for the attorney general.”

DiPilla has been featured on our “Local Nazi and Fascists” page for years now. Rumors have always circulated around Philly and NJ that ACS was involved in drug dealing, but I guess now there is some evidence to that.

From the Ocean City Patch:

“Benjamin DiPilla, 28, is charged with second-degree distribution of cocaine and second-degree conspiracy to distribute cocaine.

Additionally, 62-year-old Thomas Bullock, of Millville, is charged with first-degree distribution of cocaine and second-degree conspiracy to distribute cocaine; and 31-year-old Thomas White, of Galloway, is charged with first-degree distribution of cocaine and second-degree conspiracy to distribute cocaine.

The arrests of DiPilla, Bullock and White led to the first-degree racketeering indictment charging 12 men in connection with a drug ring that marketed cocaine and designer drugs online and distributed them via the mail.”

It is unclear from the articles whether DiPilla was involved in the ring directly or just bought from them and then flipped it locally, but the article does seem to imply that Dipilla and his cohorts might have had something to do with the other indictments.

We will post more details as we find them.

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