David Eden Lane (2 November 1938 – 28 May 2007) was a member of the Silent Brotherhood.
Lane was sentenced to 190 years in prison for racketeering; conspiracy; and being an accomplice to the murder of Alan Berg. Lane rejected at least the murder charge. See the article on Alan Berg.
He was acquitted at the Fort Smith sedition trial.
Lane is origin of the statement We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children, also known as the Fourteen words. See also 88 Precepts and 88 (number).
While in prison, Lane wrote White nationalist articles and books and ran a publishing company called 14 Word Press.
Lane was one of the founders of the Wotansvolk movement, a form of Odinism.
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