Leo Felton signed letter envelope set

Leo Felton signed letter envelope set

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Leo Vincelette Felton (born 1970, Silver Spring, Maryland) is a biracial black and white American prisoner who has been called a white supremacist, and was convicted of bank robbery and plotting to build a bomb in Boston

Felton spent 11 years (1990–2001) in prison for the assault of a taxi driver during a road rage incident. According to Felton, his incarceration caused him to observe how different races reacted when integration was enforced and societal stigmas over racism were not in action to civilize conduct. He claims that white people in prison were under a continual state of siege by people of other races, and that he was welcomed by whites. His prison sentence was extended for attacking two black inmates. In prison, he became an organizer for white supremacist groups, organizing book reviews and exercise while obscuring his ancestry. He found inspiration from the White Order of Thule and read Francis Parker Yockey's Imperium, which led him to believe that race was spiritual instead of biological.

Out of prison and married, Felton began an affair with Erica Chase, a 21-year-old white supremacist. Felton robbed a bank with a friend from prison and forged money in order to buy materials to create a fertilizer bomb. It is unclear what the target was to be. An attendant at a donut shop spotted a counterfeit $20 Chase tried to pass her. She alerted an off-duty Boston police officer, who then arrested Felton and Chase. Felton was sentenced to 27 years in 2002 for bank robbery, conspiracy to commit bank robbery and other crimes.

Leo Felton changed his last name from Felton to Oladimu in 2008.

As of July 2016, Felton is a prisoner at United States Penitentiary, Lewisburg in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, and is scheduled to be released on January 22, 2026.

The letter and envelope are both handwritten. The letter is signed, Leo.

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