White Supremacists Cheer on Oregon Neo-Nazi Who Ran Over Black Teen | The Daily Dot — Larnell Bruce, 19, had just recently moved to Gresham to live with family when he encountered a notoriously violent neo-Nazi named Russell Courtier outside of a 7-Eleven on August 10. The 38-year-old Courtier had spent time in prison, where he belonged to the European Kindred—a white supremacist gang that was founded in Malheur County, just a few miles from where a conservative white militia staged an armed takeover of a wildlife refuge this January.
As the Portland Mercury reported Wednesday, a fight broke out between the gang member and the teen—with Courtier smashing Bruce’s head into the glass storefront of the 7-Eleven. The clerk called police, and Bruce ran. But Courtier and his girlfriend, 35-year-old Colleen Hunt, got in their Jeep and chased Bruce across sidewalks and oncoming traffic in the vehicle. Finally, they mowed him down, leaving police to find the teen “in the middle of the street with blood rushing from his head and ears.”
Bruce died in the hospital a few days after police found him mangled by the hit-and-run.