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Neuman Britton (DECEASED)

Neumann Britton
DiedAugust 18, 2001
San Diego, CA
OccupationNational Chaplain
Home BaseEscondido, Calif.
GroupaffiliationsJesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations
FormergroupaffiliationsAryan Nations

American Nazi Party

Christian Identity
Published ByOPP HQ
Published On12 March 2004

Britton was the National Chaplain for the Church of Jesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations. He was named as the heir to Dick Butler's Aryan Nations in 1998, although we don't know what that means now that the group has been pretty much shut down thanks to the September, 2000 lawsuit won by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Neither did he apparently.

   "Unless there are people who come forward with resources," said the 74-year-old, "I don't think there will be much to turn over to me." 

Many had assumed that former Klansman Louis Beam would take control, but he has reportedly been ill.

Britton was national chaplain for Butler's church and has shown loyalty to him when others havent. He was once a member of the American Nazi Party, a comrade of Butler's mentor Wesly Swift, and a key ideologue of Christian Identity. According to the Aryan Nations website, Britton took part in "several race riots" in the sixties, noting he and his brother Ruffus, along with J.B. Stoner's National States Rights Party, worked to try and quell intergration activities back then.

Reportedly on the night of June 25, 1964, Britton along with Connie Lynch, engineered an riot in St. Augustine, Florida when Martin Luther King Jr. rallied for blacks to come to the newly integrated beaches. After the riot, Lynch stated,

   "We spoke for white people. The white people rallied behind it and we kicked the living hell out of the niggers, sent the out-of-town niggers back to their home towns where they ought to have been, and the niggers of St. Augustine got quiet and went back over to niggertown where they belong." 

Of course they couldn't have been too effective. There is a street named after Martin Luther King, Jr. in St. Augustine.

Britton was also tied into the anti-semitic group Posse Comitatus and was once married to the widow of Gordon Kahl who killed two US marshalls in North Dakota in 1983 before getting killed himself in a infamous standoff with authorities.

On Saturday August 18, 2001 at 6:30 am, Satan called Neuman home and he died of cancer in San Diego, California at the age of 74. That's 74 years too long.