Bruce Pierce RIP
Bruce Carroll Pierce, a member of the Order, died Monday, August 16th, 2010, of natural causes, at the Allenwood Federal Correctional Complex in Pennsylvania. He was 56 years old, and was serving a 252 year prison sentence for the 1984 shooting death of Jewish Denver talk radio host Alan Berg.
Bruce often signed his letters, “for God, Race, and Truth”, and remained true to the end, living in accordance with his statement to the judge at his trial, “I’m not going to waste your time or mine and beg for mercy. Whatever happens, I’d like to bring honor to myself, glory to my brother kinsmen and glory to God.”
Rest well, my brother. You served your God and kinsmen well, and are now in a place beyond the reach of the Zionist destroyers, with those who have gone before.
For those unfamiliar with Bruce Pierce, his own words say it best:
My name is Bruce Carroll Pierce. I was born in the early 1950s and raised in central Kentucky.
During the early 1980s, I took an unpopular stand for God and Race and though we were worsted in the end, our Cause did not suffer with our losses, and it is no less just.
I am a disciple of the Anointed Jesus and I stand by and strive to live uncompromisingly in accordance with the principles of God as found and demonstrated in His original autographs. This includes, but is not limited to, the preservation of my Race and all that God created and called “good,” and the establishment of God’s government in the hearts and minds of my Adamic-Israelite kinsmen.
To those ends I have devoted my life.