After getting married in 2006, and settling down together to raise Mrs Widner’s three children from a former marriage, and a child of their own, Bryon and Julie Widner started questioning their racist beliefs. The couple is America’s most violent and well known white supremacists, while Julie was a member of the National Alliance, he was a founder of the Vinlanders gang of skinheads in Ohio. They wanted to start a new life for their family by leaving the hate groups, but the husband had tattoos symbolizing racist violence carved into his face and into almost his body.
During one of his darkest periods of despair, his wife Julie was terrified and afraid her husband would do something reckless, even harm himself by . “We had come so far,” she says. “We had left the movement, had created a good family life. We had so much to live for. I just thought there has to be someone out there who will help us.” In desperation, Julie did something that once would have been unimaginable. She reached out to a black man – their former enemy. Daryle Lamont Jenkins who runs an anti-hate group called One People’s Project based in Philadelphia helped them after long and distressing effort. After undergoing 25 surgeries over the course of 16 months, on his face, neck and hands, he removed almost the racist tattoos on his body and entirely on his face.Read also
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