CBS News report on the arrests of several Atomwaffen Division members
Inmate Augustus Invictus' hearing before a South Carolina judge in January 2020
James Mason interviewed by Augustus Invictus in November 2019 in Denver, Colorado.
Atomwaffen propaganda video featuring James Mason
Propublica and PBS Frontline documentary on Atomwaffen, James Mason, and other U.S. neo-Nazis
Augustus Invictus' "Guerrilla Radio" program in which he says that only white men should be able to vote and own real property, and then admits that he is a white supremacist
Augustus Invictus interviewed by Craig Patrick for "Money, Power & Politics." Invictus admits to drinking goat's blood as part of a pagan ritual. He also confirms that he desires an armed insurrection against the U.S. government, a second civil war.
Augustus Invictus speaking a 2017 Confederate monument rally in Orlando, Florida. Again, Invictus urges using guns against the federal government. "The federal government remains. It is a monster that sooner or later you are going to have to fight. And I don't mean in ballot boxes. I mean literally, with rifles. Just as our founding fathers did. If you are not preparing for war, then you are a fool."
Augustus Invictus interview with Justin "Master Chim" Garcia on the Pressure Project Podcast in 2017 following the deadly "Unite The Right" rally in Charlottesville. Invictus threatens to execute journalists.
Augustus Invictus speaking in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. "They call me the Commie Slayer. And for good f---ing reason."
Augustus Invictus speaking at a "free speech" rally in Washington, D.C. Other speakers and attendees included Richard Spencer, Jason Kessler, and Mike "Enoch" Peinovich. Invictus says that journalists and anti-racists should be killed by being dropped from helicopters, like Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet did.
Augustus Invictus speaking at the "Freedom March" rally in Austin, Texas in 2017. He calls for the death of George Soros, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve board, communists, and antifascists. He said, "Hang them from the lamp posts. If not for your sake, then for the sake of your children."
CN2 news story on Augustus Invictus' court hearing in York County, South Carolina. The report includes testimony from Invictus' wife describing his domestic violence against her.