Former Male Performer Pauly Harker Arrested in Domestic Terrorist Plot to Kill Co-Founder of #BLM Movement

Former male performer Pauly Harker was arrested along with two former marines, last week on federal weapons charges. Upon their arrest, they found a “hit list”, which included the name of Alicia Garza, the co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement. All three men were taken into custody in Idaho, where one of the men lived.

Pauly Harker starred in more than 220 scenes from 2006 to 2017, including such gems as Arab Street Hookers, West Coast Chocolate Bunny, Whole Lot of Whooty, Petite Pussy 3, and Magnificent Melons. He also starred in a few scenes for Ghetto Gaggers, which the media is focusing on, calling it racist, abusive porn. For someone so closely identified as being a white supremacist by federal authorities and the media, it’s odd just how many black chicks he had sex with, during his career in the adult industry.

It won’t be a surprise to anyone that Pauly Harker starred in the Netflix show HOT GIRLS WANTED, and is associated with Riley Reynolds of Hussie Models. You know what they say … birds of a feather.


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Huffington Post ran the story yesterday, with the attention-grabbing headline, “Neo-Nazi Ex-Marine And Porn Actor Arrested In Conspiracy To Hide Weapons From Government”.

Huffington Post: The press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, run by Trump appointee U.S. Attorney Robert Higdon, does not directly reveal any information about the underlying ideology associated with the defendants. Higdon, who one former federal prosecutor described to Talking Points Memo as a “diehard, unapologetic conservative Republican,” has taken an aggressive posture toward voting cases, prosecuting legal immigrants who voted by mistake. Higdon was not quoted in a press release announcing the charges against the three defendants.

Trump and the Justice Department have played up the threats by anti-racist protesters while downplaying the threats posed by white supremacists. Garza said in a tweet last week that Trump “is so dangerous” because he’s “stoking fires he has no intention of controlling.”

The indictment against Collins and Kryscuk lays out some basic details. On April 24, Collins, the indictment said, “accepted $1,500 transferred to his personal account in payment for a 9 mm pistol and suppressor” which Kryscuk was going to manufacture. Kryscuk then received $1,500 into his Venmo account, transferred the money to his personal bank account, and made “purchases from vendors known to sell solvent traps.”

On Sept. 11, the indictment stated, Collins and Kryscuk “knowingly transported and delivered” a firearm “from Idaho to Pennsylvania.” The indictment states that a 9mm pistol and suppressor, which were not serialized, were seized on June 18 from an individual identified as “JH.” September was the same month that Collins left the Marines.

Collins was among a trio of U.S. servicemen in 2019 who were found to have posted on the infamous Iron March message board, which the Southern Poverty Law Center describes as an “influential online gathering place for young neo-Nazis and neo-fascists.”

According to Newsweek, a username associated with Collins’ IP address posted multiple racist messages on Iron March.

“I have a lot of Fascist friends in the Army,” Collins allegedly wrote. “They say there are a lot of “Red-pilled” Soldiers due to the fact that major bases like Fort Bragg are infested with N****rs.”

In another conversation with a fellow fascist poster, Collins said he planned on working as a private military contractor or “creating a Paramilitary” after his time in the Marines.

Extremists and far-right actors have confronted or violently attacked anti-racist protesters throughout 2020.

Here is the press release regarding the arrests from the Department of Justice.

Arrests Made in Conspiracy to Illegally Manufacture Firearms

RALEIGH, N.C. – On Oct. 20, 2020, three co-conspirators were arrested on the federal charge of conspiracy to unlawfully manufacture, possess, and distribute various weapons, ammunition, and suppressors.  Liam Montgomery Collins, 21, and Paul James Kryscuk, 35, recently of Boise, Idaho, were charged via an indictment, while Jordan Duncan, 25, currently residing in Boise, was charged via a complaint, both obtained in the Eastern District of North Carolina. Collins and Duncan are former Marines assigned previously to Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina.

According to court documents, Liam Montgomery Collins, 21, and his co-defendant, Paul James Kryscuk, 35, from Boise, used the conspiracy to enrich themselves and others by manufacturing and selling hard to obtain firearms and firearm parts in a manner that would hide these purchases from the federal government.  From May 2019 to the present, Collins made multiple money transfers through his personal account to Kryscuk to purchase firearms to include a 9mm pistol and suppressor and a short barrel rifle. In turn, Kryscuk purchased items from vendors to manufacture the firearms and suppressors.  In furtherance of the crime, Kryscuk, using an alias, mailed the manufactured weapons from Idaho to Jacksonville, North Carolina.  Kryscuk also shipped the short barrel rifle, not registered as required by the federal government, to Collins.  Duncan was aware of and participated in the conspiracy.

Collins and Kryscuk are charged with violating 18 U.S.C. § 371, conspiracy to manufacture firearms and ship them interstate, 18 U.S.C. § 922(a) (3) and 2, interstate transportation of firearms without a license, and 26 U.S.C. § 5841, 5861(j), and 5871 and 2, interstate transportation of a firearm not registered as required.  They each face a maximum penalty of a combined 20 years in prison if convicted; Duncan, charged with violating 18 U.S.C. § 371, conspiracy to manufacture firearms and ship them interstate (18 U.S.C. § 922(a) (3)), faces a maximum of 5 years in prison.

Probable cause and detention hearings for defendant Duncan are scheduled before the United States District Court for the District of Idaho on October 27, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. mountain time; detention hearing for Kryscuk is scheduled to follow at 11:30 a.m.  The Public may listen at 1-669-254-5252, Meeting ID: 160 127 6280 Passcode: 998153. Public Shall MUTE their end during hearing.  Persons granted remote access to proceedings are reminded of the general prohibition under federal law and Local Rule 83.1 against photographing, recording, and rebroadcasting of court proceedings.

An indictment is merely an accusation.  The defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

The announcement of the charges was made by Robert J. Higdon, Jr., United States Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina following the unsealing of the charges.

The Naval Criminal Investigative Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Boise Police Department, the United States Postal Inspection Service, Homeland Security Investigations, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, are investigating the case.  Assistant U.S. Attorneys from the Eastern District of North Carolina are prosecuting the case for the government with assistance from Assistant United States Attorneys for the District of Idaho.

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Former Male Performer Pauly Harker Arrested in Domestic Terrorist Plot to Kill Co-Founder of #BLM Movement

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  1. When he gets to prison he is gonna be a deep trouble. The whiteboys/aryan nation/nazi lowriders wont want anything to do with him and the black prison gangs will climbing over themselves to see who gets to shank him first. Dudes are getting killed in protective custody so theres that.

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