Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

National Alliance Chairman Responds to Allegations

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

National Alliance Chairman Responds to Allegations

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The chairman of a hate group responded to a request from the Gazette-Mail by implying a woman who accused him of battery is a liar, and saying the truth will come out. William White Williams II, the chairman of the National Alliance, a neo-Nazi group, was arrested Dec. 16 on a battery charge for allegedly assaulting a woman who previously worked at the organization's Mill Point location, according to a criminal complaint filed in Pocahontas County Magistrate Court. She also had an order prohibiting him from contact with her, which was dismissed this week.

Williams, 68, did not respond to a request for comment until after deadline earlier this week.

In his response, he said the alleged victim has applied for orders of protection before and referred to himself as a "latest victim. …

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