by Kevin Alfred Strom
FOUR DAYS ago a major step forward for the National Alliance happened in, of all places, a Virginia courtroom. Alliance Chairman William White Williams (pictured) was there and this is his report:
“A few months before I was named Chairman of the National Alliance, six former members — who all resigned from our organization three and one half years ago — formed an ad hoc group, calling themselves NARRG (National Alliance Reform and Restoration Group). They sued their then-Chairman Erich Gliebe and the Alliance’s then-Board of Directors as individuals 26 months ago for $2 million — after they made some unsuccessful attempts to purchase the Alliance from Mr. Gliebe. They claimed their goal was the resignation of Gliebe, whom they’d supported for a decade but with whom they had become disenchanted. But when Mr. Gliebe finally did resign, they weren’t satisfied. They continued the suit and went on the attack against the new Alliance leadership, raising and spending a great deal of money in the process.