In this 1990 photo is Earl P. Holt, III in St. Louis. Holt, a Texas man who now heads a white supremacist group cited in an online manifesto purportedly written by the Charleston church murder suspect, has longtime ties to the St. Louis-based organization. Holt became president of the Council of Conservative Citizens earlier this year.
In this 1990 photo is Earl P. Holt, III in St. Louis. Holt, a Texas man who now heads a white supremacist group cited in an online manifesto purportedly written by the Charleston church murder suspect, has longtime ties to the St. Louis-based organization. Holt became president of the Council of Conservative Citizens earlier this year. File photo The Associated Press
In this 1990 photo is Earl P. Holt, III in St. Louis. Holt, a Texas man who now heads a white supremacist group cited in an online manifesto purportedly written by the Charleston church murder suspect, has longtime ties to the St. Louis-based organization. Holt became president of the Council of Conservative Citizens earlier this year. File photo The Associated Press

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