The guy who looks like a racist, white supremacist version of Ferris O’Brien is Alexander Feaster.
A proud and open Nazi from the Enid “suburb” of Hunter, he was arrested after he allegedly shot a woman who – while on a dangerous, drunken dare – tried to remove one of the many Nazi flags that Alexander defiantly flew from his property.
Here are details from the Enid News and Eagle:
A woman shot early Sunday morning stealing a Nazi flag from a Hunter residence is expected to recover, officials said Monday.
Garfield County Sheriff Jody Helm said the 26-year-old woman was expected to recover from four gunshot wounds she suffered after taking a flag from a residence across the street from a party she was attending.
The woman was listed in good condition at OU Medical Center on Tuesday, according to the hospital.
Alexander John Feaster, 44, was booked in Garfield County Detention Facility on complaints of shooting with intent to kill and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. He is being held without bond.
For what it’s worth, we actually made fun of Feaster back in November when someone sent us this photo of him quietly buying groceries while wearing Nazi insignia. After we published that article, he sent us an approximately 2,500-word “rebuttal” on Facebook that tried to explain and defend his Nazi worldview and rights to free speech. It was the first, and hopefully last, Nazi manifesto someone sends our way:
Feaster’s arrest wasn’t the only bad news for Nazis to come out of the Enid area. The NW Oklahoma racist crooners The Confederate Knotz (Get it – Knot-Z) were banned from playing a 4th of July celebration in Fairview. Because we live in a state like Oklahoma, a GOP candidate for County Commissioner was quickly there to scoop them up.
A candidate for public office in Major County has planned a private event featuring a band tied to Nazi and Confederate symbols, after the city of Fairview barred the group from performing at an Independence Day celebration.
Ryan Wahl, who is running for Major County commissioner District 2 against incumbent Kent Schlotthauer, said he planned the private event for Friday with the band The Confederate Knotz, after pictures surfaced of the band practicing in front of Nazi and Confederate flags.
Fairview City Manager Jerry Eubanks said the band was under consideration to play at the event, because they had offered to play for free. But, when a resident brought in a picture of the band playing with a Nazi flag in the background, he said it was an easy and quick decision.
Shortly after that decision was made, Wahl took to Facebook to denounce the city council, and plan his own event with The Confederate Knotz.
Unfortunately for Wahl, his decision to show his true character by proudly supporting and enabling a band with an intentionally racist name that practices classic rock cover songs in front of a Confederate and Nazi flag didn’t pay off as much as he hoped. He finished second in the election.