Christian Picciolini talked about his book Romantic Violence: Memoirs of an American Skinhead, in which he recalls his life as a member of the first neo-Nazi skinhead gang. In his book, he describes his rise to leadership positions and why he left the skinheads six years later. He is the co-founder of the organization Life After Hate. Mr. Picciolini spoke with Abraham H. Foxman. close
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