A Pennsylvania white supremacist who urged “lone wolves” to kill Jews has been sentenced to two years in federal prison — despite pleas for leniency from relatives who claim he’s a changed man. Hardy Lloyd, 41, was sentenced by a judge Thursday in Pittsburgh for threats he posted on social media in April after lawmakers in the city approved three gun control bills in the aftermath of a gunman killing 11 worshipers at the Tree of Life synagogue in October, KDKA reports. “Anyone who supports such laws must be targeted, and their families murdered,” Lloyd posted. “Lone Wolves GET BUSY.” A day later, Lloyd called for the city’s move to ban certain assault-style weapons and ammunition to be defeated, while making an apparent reference to Squirrel Hill, the neighborhood where the Tree of Life massacre occurred, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. “If not, well, disobey and kill, my Lone Wolves,” Lloyd wrote. “Target: Jewhill!” Lloyd, of Dormont, posted the comments — which showed “intent and advocacy for killing,” according to Assistant US Attorney Stephen Kaufman — while on probation for violating terms of his probation after being originally convicted of gun possession in 2010.
siehe auch: Neo-Nazi Sentenced For Violating Probation Through Social Media Post. We last saw Neo-Nazi Hardy Lloyd more than two years ago disrupting an anti-hate vigil in Mt. Lebanon. Shortly after he was arrested and imprisoned for violating probation by dropping white supremacist literature throughout Squirrel Hill and Oakland. Today, Lloyd was back in federal court for again violating provisions of his supervised released, this time posting a message on social media in April after City Council introduced an assault weapons ban. “Anyone who supports such laws must be targeted, and their families murdered. Lone Wolves GET BUSY”. The following day, he advocated killing Jewish people in Squirrel Hill if the bill was not defeated. “If not, well, disobey and kill, my Lone Wolves. Target: Jew Hill.” Testifying on his own behalf, Lloyd told Judge Arthur J. Schwab that he now accepts the fact that he is mentally-ill but that he’s getting help from a therapist and attempting to change.