One People's Project
A neo-Nazi who is married to an associate of various white supremacists groups herself while working as a Tea Party representative and as a representative of Cong. Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty, has been arrested on charges related to the shooting death of a former associate in Lake Havasau, Arizona five years ago.
Rob Strong, 28, an associate of the Vinlander Social Club, was arrested and booked Phoenix, AZ Police Dec. 2, on charges of hindering prosecution and assisting a criminal syndicate. According to sources, the charges stem from the April 15, 2006 murder of Chris Gromberg, an independent associate of a number of bonehead crews in Arizona connected to the Vinlanders. It is believed Gromberg was killed because his associates believed he was a concern after the stabbing death of Canyon State “Skinheads” leader Cory Simpson at his home during a Christmas Eve 2005 party Gromberg attended months earlier, a death that also reportedly elevated Strong to the #2 position among the Vinlanders in Arizona. There are reports that someone was arrested for that murder around the same time as Strong’s arrest.
In recent years, Strong was living in the Richmond, VA area, where his wife Amy, also an associate of not only the Vinlanders but the Confederate Hammerskins, was from. Amy is also active in the Chesterfield County Republican Party and the Richmond Tea Party. She is also a coordinator with Rep. Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty, and has been seen working closely with him at various events. Paul regularly denies working with white supremacists, despite evidence saying otherwise.
Strong is currently being held at the Durango Jail in Phoenix in lieu of $25,000 bail. He is scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 24.Rob Strong's case number is CR2011007905001.