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Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin’s lawyers are planning to withdraw from representing him after claims the “neo-Nazi” refused to comply with a court-order requiring him to return to court in America. So reports the Star Tribune.

Anglin said it’s too dangerous for him to return, though, while a judge has called those safety concerns “factually unsupported.” He has been accused of sparking an internet-assault on the family of a Tanya Gersh, who is Jewish, after posting personal information about the family, including her son’s Twitter handle.

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