David Lane: RIP
Dear Racial Comrades:
It is with the greatest of regret and a sense of profound personal loss, that I must inform you that our comrade David Lane died in his sleep on the night of 27 May.
I corresponded with Comrade Lane right up until his death, and I knew he had been suffering from cancer for some time. The last letter I received from him, about ten days ago, told me that he was about to be "sent to another place" and asked me to hold all his correspondence. I presumed he meant he was to be transferred to some kind of prison hospital. Now I think I know what he meant.
Over twenty years ago, David Lane stood up and faced a jury of his enemies in Seattle, and he spoke the following Fourteen Words:
"We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children."
No man ever had a greater and more noble epitaph.
Harold A. Covington