They also claim Schoep recently fired his attorney as a stalling tactic. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings. They say he has ignored his obligations to turn over documents and give them access to his electronic devices and social media accounts. Let our news meet your inbox. Neither Stern, who lives in Moreno Valley, California, nor Schoep responded Thursday to emails and calls seeking comment. On Wednesday, lawyers for the plaintiffs suing white supremacist groups and movement leaders over the Charlottesville violence asked the court to sanction Schoep. Heimbach said Schoep's apparent departure and Stern's installation as its leader probably spell the end of the group in its current form. Stern replaced Jeff Schoep as the group's leader in January, according to Michigan corporate records. Killen died in January
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