White Nationalists Harassed A Tennessee Church

Inside the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, Tennessee, on Sunday morning, preacher Ben Lambeth stood at the podium, lowered his eyes and spoke solemnly of pain and Satan. He addressed a crowd of survivors of the mass shooting incident that unfolded at the holy space in late September. Members of the scattered and multi-racial crowd of roughly 40 people wept as he recalled the bloodshed and the one life that was lost.

Lambeth then turned to the subject of white nationalists, who had descended on parts of middle Tennessee over the weekend, claiming to speak on the congregant’s behalf. Emanuel Samson, 25, a Sudanese born man who may have deliberately targeted white victims, is the suspect in the shooting, and so-called alt-right protesters had threatened to hold a torch light rally at the church, coloring it with a palpable sense of dread.

“Satan hates light and he hates truth,” Lambeth told the crowd. “Just know that you’re on the right side. The side that has already been victorious and will never be defeated.”

Outside the church, the fears of police and churchgoers had been realized. Five college-aged white nationalists had assembled during the service, unbeknownst to the people inside. They yelled from across the chilly parking lot that “white people are under attack,” and ranted about a well-publicized recent poll that found that more than half of whites believe that they are being discriminated against in America.

The four men and one woman staging the pop-up protest at the church were eventually chased away by police without any arrests, but the brief incident demonstrates the degree to which alt-right activists are still intently focused on the mass shooting that took place in Antioch last month—an incident they argue is a “reverse Dylann Roof” attack—even as the victims of the tragedy say they desperately want to leave it behind.

“These people are not who we are here at this church,” Alana Bishop, a black churchgoer in her late teens, told Newsweek. “These kind of views are just not what we’re about here.”

The protest at the church followed a much larger rally of neo-Nazis and white nationalists that took place on Saturday in nearby Shelbyville, Tennessee, hoping to draw attention to an influx of refugees that have settled in the area. There, one of the more than 100 white men in the crowd repeatedly screamed epithets at a group of counterprotesters, warning that “n—ggers are f—cking your daughters!” Brad Griffin, one of the organizers of the “White Lives Matter” event, told Newsweek that the church shooting added gravity to his message condemning refugee resettlements, even though Samson had already been living in the U.S. for roughly 20 years.

A day later at the church on Sunday, four of the five alt-right protesters, all young men, told Newsweek that they were members of Identity Evropa, a self-described “European Heritage” organization that frequently participates in white nationalist protest events alongside Richard Spencer. The fifth protester was a woman who identified herself as Leah, and claimed to not be affiliated with any group.

“This is not something that should be forgotten,” Leah said to Newsweek about the mass shooting that was allegedly perpetrated by Samson. “I’m here for the interests of our people and our country.”

Eli Mosley, the head of Identity Evropa, told Newsweek in explicit terms that they were not members of his organization. Asked why they would lie, Mosley said he believed that they were members of another white nationalist group “trolling.” Identity Evropa did not formally participate in the “White Lives Matter” protests that took place in Tennessee over the weekend in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro, but it is also not uncommon for crossover to occur in protest groups on the far-right.

Inside the church, the congregants had assembled in a drafty adjoining room from the main gathering space, to avoid the bullet holes and "splattered blood" left behind from the violence, according to Lambeth, the guest speaker. Five Sundays prior, Samson, armed with two guns, allegedly shot and killed 39-year-old Melanie Crow Smith, a mother of two.

He then entered the church from the rear, firing on churchgoers, injuring others, before being confronted by a man named Caleb Engle, according to police. During the altercation, Samson was shot in the left side of his chest with his own gun, according to police. He survived. A police detective recently told a court that Samson left behind a note saying that he had heard voices before the shooting.

Mike Stewart, a Tennessee State Representative from Nashville, who recently attended a virgil at the church, emailed Newsweek after learning of the pop-up protest on social media. "Their message of love and turning the other cheek was the opposite of the hateful nonsense these neo-Nazis are trying to spread," Stewart wrote. "It’s outrageous that they tried to use the tragedy suffered by that congregation to spread their hateful message."

Lambeth, who preaches both in Antioch and in parts of North Carolina, told Newsweek that he did not want the white nationalists to distract from the message of the gospel. “I love the white nationalists and I love the shooter,” Lambeth said, speaking of forgiveness. “Everyone’s soul is precious in God’s eyes.”

Lambeth told Newsweek that the Burnette Chapel community was progressing despite the distractions that still hover around its orbit. People who were injured in the ordeal are returning to their normal lives. Services had resumed there, even if speakers still frequently reference the violence that took place inside. He said his church would always remain open to accepting people of all color and backgrounds.

“We consider everyone to be our brother or sister,” he said of the church’s community. “Black, white or foreign it doesn’t matter to us."

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Faith leaders meet with local law enforcement to develop security plans

Looking out over the faith leaders gathered Thursday in the Evangelical Reformed United Church of Christ, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Mark Landahl asked how many congregations had safety plans in place.

“A show of hands,” the lieutenant prompted. “Does anyone have a designated safety and security plan? No one?”

While houses of worship don’t typically come to mind when one thinks of disasters or horrific violence, a closer look at several recent events shows that churches, temples and synagogues aren’t immune. Thursday’s meeting took place a month after a gunman killed one person and injured seven others at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, Tennessee, Landahl pointed out.

And shootings aren’t the only emergency worth preparing for, the lieutenant added, listing natural disasters, fires or medical emergencies as even more common occurrences.

“Do you have somebody designated who is willing to act and say, ‘I’ll be the person who will handle that,’ rather than the person leading the sermon, ‘I’ll be the one to call 911,’ or ‘I’ll meet the ambulance up front in case something happens’?” Landahl said. “Those are the types of conversations that we need to be having.”

To help with the organizing of such a plan, Landahl, the sheriff’s office’s resident expert in disaster planning, preparedness and counterterrorism, presented the Safeguarding Houses of Worship (SHOW) app developed by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Justice Technology Information Center.

Designed specifically to help faith groups organize their own security plans, the app — available for iPhones and Android devices, requires a code to activate it, which Landahl and Deputy Hal Jones were happy to hand out to interested pastors and parishioners after the meeting.

Bob Kells, a pastor at Weller United Methodist Church in Thurmont, was one of a long line of leaders who exchanged information with Jones after Thursday’s presentation.

“Just watching the news and seeing the events that are happening across the country, particularly in Las Vegas, we’ve become concerned about some of the potential threats to our congregations, so we just need to be prepared,” Kells said.

Landahl also pointed out a number of representatives from the Frederick Police Department, Hagerstown Police, the county’s Health Department and other agencies that sat in on the meeting. Aside from downloading the app, attendees were advised to sign up for the county’s email and text alert system or to consider taking advantage of CPR or drug overdose training offered by the Health Department.

Several of the topics Landahl touched on elicited immediate responses from attendees, many of whom brought up their own experiences with incidents or emergencies for which they weren’t quite prepared.

“We tried to give him a name tag, only to find out he wasn’t very interested in joining us for worship,” Kershner Daniel said.

Others took advantage of their time with the sheriff’s office and other law enforcement to ask about situations they’ve dealt with at their respective places of worship.

“That’s going to have to be a decision that your individual organization needs to make,” Landahl replied. “But the training is available through the county.”

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TN lottery officials: $50,000 Powerball winner in Antioch

ANTIOCH — A winning ticket worth $50,000 was sold in Antioch Wednesday night, state lottery officials announced Thursday.

According to Tennessee Lottery officials, there were 11,950 winning Powerball tickets in Tennessee last night, including the one sold in Antioch.

The matched 4 white numbers plus the red Powerball.

No information about the winner is available until the prize is claimed.

Reach Natalie Neysa Alund at nalund@tennessean.com and follow her on Twitter @nataliealund.

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The ‘Alt-Right’ May Have Been Right About Tennessee Shooter Emanuel Kidega Samson

Law enforcement investigates around the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ on September 24, in Antioch, Tennessee. One person was killed and seven were wounded when a gunman opened fire in the church.

New details have emerged surrounding Sudanese-born Emanuel Kidega Samson, the 25-year-old suspect in a mass shooting incident that took place on Sunday in a church in Antioch, Tennessee, and they potentially validate—at least in one critical respect—the concerns of some “alt-right” activists who view the case as a “reverse Dylann Roof” that the media chose to largely ignore.

On condition of anonymity, law enforcement officials on Friday read to the Associated Press portions of a new report indicating that the shooting Samson allegedly perpetrated at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ (where he was once a member) may have been carried out in retaliation for the deadly attack perpetrated by white supremacist Roof at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2015. The report was based upon a note the suspect allegedly left behind in his car. To be clear, however, police still have not announced a motive in the case, and an investigation into the shooting remains active.

Brad Griffin, an alt-right political organizer who is a prominent voice in the white nationalist community, spoke to Newsweek about his theories regarding the case earlier this week, and said Friday that the news did not surprise him.

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC – JUNE 19: In this image from the video uplink from the detention center to the courtroom, Dylann Roof appears at Centralized Bond Hearing Court June 19, 2015 in North Charleston, South Carolina. Roof is charged with nine counts of murder and firearms charges in the shooting deaths at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina on June 17.

“I figured that there was something there,” says Griffin, who goes by the alias Hunter Wallace. “I’ve seen enough of these things to have a grasp of it by now.”

Griffin, a self-described “Southern nationalist,” says he believes the so-called liberal media used the news surrounding Roof’s shooting spree—which resulted in the murder of nine people, all of them black—as a political tool to gain support for the removal of Confederate statues around the country. Asked whether he feels the media will cover the circumstances around Samson’s alleged shooting in the same way, he demurs.

“Well,” he says, “it’s gonna be a real big test of the media’s credibility, that’s for sure.”

Chuck Johnson, a conservative editor who runs the website Gotnews.com, which is popular in alt-right circles, called the Antioch shooting suspect a “black power radical” in an article he ran on his site, based on screenshots he said he took from the suspect’s Facebook page. He called the alleged shooter’s dislike of whites “obvious.”

“I don’t like this racial violence on either side,” Johnson says of parallels he sees between the Antioch and Roof attacks.

Johnson expressed sympathy for the mainstream media, which he argues has ignored the story until now.

“We all get things wrong,” Johnson says. “Bloggers get things wrong. The mainstream media gets things wrong.”

Much of the commentary surrounding Samson that has emerged from alt-right circles so far has focused on issues of race and immigration, and it has lurched into the territory of xenophobia and bigotry. But Al Tompkins, a senior faculty member at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, warns that speculating about cases like the Antioch church shooting “can be hazardous” for those who are rushing to politicize it before hard facts trickle in.

“Journalists are not in the business of reporting rumors,” Tompkins says.

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2 Metro school buses involved in crashes in Antioch

Several children were on board when the bus was rear-ended on Bell Road. (WSMV)

ANTIOCH, TN (WSMV) –

Police are responding to two school bus crashes in Antioch.

Twenty to 30 children were on board a school bus when it was rear-ended at the intersection of Bell Road and Beechwood Terrace. No injuries have been reported.

The second crash happened at the intersection of Old Hickory Boulevard and Burkitt Road. The driver was the only person on the bus and was not injured.

Both school buses are inoperable. Officials are waiting for tow trucks to arrive.

The buses belong to Metro Nashville Public Schools. It’s not clear which schools the buses were heading to.

Stay with News 4 for updates on this developing story. Stay with News 4 for updates on this developing story.

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Tips For Traveling To Antioch TN

If you are planning on traveling to Antioch TN, you will want to save as much money as possible on the trip. There are a bunch of different ways you can save money on your entire trip from lodging to transportation expenses. Throughout this article, we will be going over some of the top tips for traveling to Antioch TN.

Tips For Saving Money:

1. Book Early.

One of the biggest tips that you can do when you are looking to save money traveling to Tennessee would be to book early. You want to book as early as you possibly can because you are typically going to get early bird discounts when it comes to airfare and even lodging expenses. A lot of businesses like to fill up their rooms and seats to a certain point to ensure that they break even. Thus, the longer you wait, the more you are likely going to have to pay.

2. Set Alerts.

Another major thing that you are going to want to do when it comes to finding the best deal and saving money on your trip would be to set alerts. You want to set alerts when it comes to finding ways to save money on your trip because you might miss a chance to book for a very good price if you don’t.

3. Shopping Comparison.

Another major thing that you are going to want to do is make sure that you do a good amount of shopping comparison prior to booking your trip. There are plenty of ways to do this kind of shopping comparison so it shouldn’t be too difficult. You will be able to utilize all kinds of shopping comparison websites that show you all of the different deals being offered by airlines and hotels.

By following the tips above, you should be able to save a significant amount of money on your entire trip.

Antioch Crash Injures 4

ANTIOCH, TN — A head-on collision injured four people, one critically, in Antioch late Sunday.

Just before midnight, two vehicles hit nose-to-nose at the intersection of Bell Road and Murfreesboro Pike, sending one vehicle on to its roof and the other into a utility pole.

(For more updates on this story and free news alerts for your neighborhood, sign up for your local Middle Tennessee Patch morning newsletter.)

Four people were taken from the scene with injuries, including one in critical condition.

Investigators are determining what caused the crash and who is at fault.

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Antioch July 4: Fireworks, Soccer and Music

NASHVILLE, TN — Country star Chris Young will headline this year’s July 4 concert in Nashville, which will also include performances by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Johnny P, The Sisterhood, and, of course, the Nashville Symphony, which will perform along with the largest fireworks display in the country.

“This is another great lineup that showcases the immense diversity of music that calls Nashville home,” said Beth Seigenthaler Courtney, board chair of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp and president at DVL Seigenthaler. “This year we have even more to offer with additional live music at Ascend Amphitheater leading up to a Gold Cup double-header featuring the U.S. national men’s soccer team. We always expect tens of thousands of visitors to enjoy our Independence Day festivities, and, with these additional activities, we expect to fill even more hotel rooms across Davidson County and generate substantial economic activity that is good for the city.”

The CVC is touting the free July 4 event as a kickoff to a busy weekend in Nashville. MercyMe will be in concert at Ascend Amphitheater on July 6; My Morning Jacket and Margo Price then hit Ascend Amphitheater on July 7; and the Gold Cup double-header featuring the U.S. Men’s National Team takes place on July 8 at Nissan Stadium.

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