FOUR "neo-Nazi" men – including a current and two former Marines and a porn actor – are accused of trying to manufacture and sell firearms and wanting to create “a modern day SS”.

The allegations against the men are detailed in court documents that were unsealed this week.


Liam Montgomery Collins, 21, Paul James Kryscuk, 35, Jordan Duncan, 26, and Justin Wade Hermanson, 21, are all named in the 13-page suit filed in the Eastern District of North Carolina.

Hermanson is a current Marine, while Duncan and Collins are former members of the military branch.

All three were stationed at Camp LeJeune in North Carolina, court documents state.

Kryscuk is a porn actor who went by “Pauly Harker,” Huffington Post reported.

Website that track porn abuse said Kryscuk appeared in films that degrade black women, according to the Huffington Post.

In the court documents, the four men are accused of making posts on the "Iron March" forum – which the DOJ described as "a gathering point for young neo-Nazis to organize and recruit for extremist organizations."

The men allegedly went by different names – Duncan as “Soldier,” Collins as “Disciple” and "Niezgoda," Kryscuk as "Deacon," and Hermanson as "Sandman."

Collins and Kryscuk are accused of recruiting other members – including Duncan and Kryscuk – for what Collins described as “a modern day SS," prosecutors alleged.

Prosecutors alleged that the group did training – that "appeared" to include "live-fire weapons".

Video detailed training the group are alleged to have done, which took place in the desert near Boise, Idaho, according to a DOJ statement.

"In the video, the participants are seen firing short barrel rifles and other assault-type rifles, and the end of the propaganda video shows the four participants outfitted in skull masks giving the 'Heil Hitler' sign, beneath the image of a black sun, a Nazi symbol," the US Attorney's office said in a statement.

"The last frame bears the phrase, 'Come home white man,'" Prosecutors said of the video.

The court documents were revealed after Black Lives Matter founder Alicia Garza in October tweeted that was paid a visit from the FBI, Huffington Post reported.

"The FBI visited my house today. They arrested a man in Idaho on weapons charges who they believe was affiliated with white supremacist groups. They found my name on a list in his home, alongside others," Garza tweeted.

All four men are charged with conspiracy to manufacture firearms and ship them across state lines.

Collins, Kryscuk and Hermanson all face a charge for transporting firearms across state lines without a license.

Collins and Kryscuk may face a total of 20 years in prison if convicted on all charges.

Hermanson may face a total of 10 years behind bars, while Duncan, may face 5 years in prison.

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