James K. Warner

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James Konrad Warner also Jim Warner (born February 22, 1939) is a leader of the Christian Defense League and the New Christian Crusade Church, both Christian Identity groups.

James Warner is originally from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania where he opened a right wing bookstore in 1959. About this time he published American National Book News which was to "keep patriots informed of right wing activities." The publication was later enlarged and changed its name to Action.

Warner was a founding member of George Lincoln Rockwell’s American Nazi Party and became its national secretary. Warner left the ANP in March 1961 and later wrote a bitter exposé of Rockwell. Warner is noted for sending Rockwell his first swastika banner.

From 1962 to 1964 Warner was associate editor of the National States Rights Party's newspaper The Thunderbolt.

Warner moved to California and founded the New Christian Crusade Church in 1971 and started a publishing business called Sons of Liberty specializing in White nationalist literature.

In 1976 he moved to Louisiana and became Grand Dragon in the newly organized Knights of the Ku Klux Klan headed by David Duke.


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