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The Doles Family in Dire Need
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Several tragedies strike White family simultaneously; help needed.

American Dissident Voices broadcast
week of May 5, 2005
by Kevin Alfred Strom

I CANNOT DIVULGE the details at this time, but I can tell you that the already beleaguered Chester Doles family, denied their father and breadwinner because of selective political prosecution against him for his pro-White views last year, has just endured several severe personal tragedies involving Chester and other family members. They are in greater need of assistance than ever before.

Chester Doles is a man who not only stood proudly for his people by organizing opposition to illegal non-White immigration to Georgia in recent years, but he is also a man who strongly and honorably resisted efforts by corrupt government officials to falsely incriminate others. He did this even as threats against him and his immediate family were being made -- credible, chilling, frightening threats. Someday the full story will be told.

What I can say today is that Chester Doles was there for us when we needed him. Now we need to be there for him, when he needs us. His family also needs us -- desperately.

Here is what I want you to do:

Log on (or sign up if you don't already have an account there) to Click on the "send money" tab at the top of the page. And send as large a donation as you can afford to the following email address:

And resolve to yourself that you will make this donation once a month, every month, until Chester is free.

(For those of you who prefer to do things the old-fashioned way, Teresa Doles' postal address is P.O. Box 1532, Dahlonega, GA 30533.)

Thanks for listening.

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Source: National Vanguard

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