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Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Neo-Nazi claims life at risk for testifying in murder trial (USA)

A neo-Nazi “soldier” said his life will be at risk for testifying today against a recruit accused of killing a  Colorado Springs woman.

Kyle Robert Gray, an admitted member of the American Nazi Party, testified that he was the driver on Sept. 27 when Kandin Eric Wilson shot and killed Susana Pelayo-Perez during a bungled robbery.

In exchange for his testimony, Gray got a plea agreement that will allow him to serve between 20 to 34 years in an out-of-state prison for his protection.

“You’re not just talking. You’re testifying,” Deputy District Attorney Nathan Whitney said. “What do you think could happen to you?

“If they can get a hold of me, I’ll be killed,” Gray said.

Gray explained the structure of the party: how “prospects” like Wilson serve a probationary period before they become soldiers who follow orders from a general.

At the time of the shooting, he said there were about four party members in Colorado Springs. Wilson, known by his street name “Trailer,” had been turned down previously for acceptance before being given a probationary period in September 2009.

Wilson’s attorney, Philip L. Dubois, has suggested that the real gunman was a higher-up within the party for whom Gray is covering.

Dubois debunked some of the party terminology, asking if party members held elections or lobbied the Legislature.

No, Gray replied.

“The ANP is nothing more than a street gang, isn’t it?” Dubois asked.

“More so a prison gang,” Gray replied.

“So you were just out on the streets temporarily,” the attorney countered.

Dubois asked Gray about the tattoos he got when he became a soldier while in prison in 2007.

Gray pointed to an SS symbol next to his right eye and described another of an iron cross on his torso.

When Dubois asked him what SS stood for, Gray said it was a German word for “bodyguard.”

“So whose body are you supposed to be guarding?” the lawyer asked.

“My own,” Gray replied.

“I guess, one might say, Mr. Gray, isn’t that what you’re doing right now?”

Testimony continues tomorrow. The trial is expected to conclude later this week