Records: White supremacist who killed Black fellow inmate fantasized about ‘slaughtering’ Black people


Internal prison records show a Wisconsin prisoner charged with murdering a Black inmate housed near him drew officials’ attention for earlier saying he fantasized about “slaughtering” Black people while he was housed at a different facility.

Joshua Scolman, a white man, has been charged with one count of intentional homicide and one count of attempted intentional homicide for allegedly fatally stabbing Green Bay Correctional Institution inmate Timothy Nabors, a Black man, in October, according to a criminal complaint. Scolman then used the more than 4-inch-long shank to cut another inmate,...

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