Five years ago, Brian James Moudry (pictured), a self-avowed White supremacist, burned down a Black family’s Chicago home. Now the man who lived only five houses away from the home of his victims has reportedly been sentenced to a maximum of 10 years behind bars for his crime, reports The Inquistr.
Moudry, who at one point referred to himself as “Rev. Brian ‘Warhead von Jewgrinder’ Moudry,” has reportedly been in the White Power Movement since 17. He has also admitted to being involved with the World Church of the Creator, an infamous far-right White supremacist group led by neo-Nazi Matt Hale who’s serving a 40-year prison sentence, after being convicted of asking a follower in 2002 to murder U.S. District Judge Joan Lefkow. Moudry, a hate-monger, who has committed racially motivated crimes against Blacks before, has also been an avid leader of white power demonstrations in recent years.
When the unnamed family of nine moved in to Moudry’s Joliet, Ill., neighborhood, they automatically became the targets of his hatred.
On June 17, 2007, at around 4:00 a.m., Moudry, whose face, arms, and neck are covered in racist tattoos, doused the victims’ home in gasoline and then torched it because he was reportedly upset that African Americans rented a house on his block. The ex-con also confessed to planning to intimidate the owner and interfere to prevent African Americans from renting the property.
After the arson, in which luckily no one was hurt, the Mother and her eight children, who were all under age 14, moved out of the home.