Final Stand Records

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Final Stand Records was a Newark, Delaware-based white supremacist record label owned by neo-Nazi musician and University of Delaware teaching assistant Robert Huber.[1] Huber is the guitarist for the hatecore band Teardown, and was formerly a member of Blue Eyed Devils and Nordic Thunder. His exposure by a local newspaper in 2006 galvanized the University's African-American community, and forced the school to issue a statement condemning Huber's political beliefs whilst defending their decision to hire him in a teaching position.[2][3]

In 2012, Final Stand Records closed and removed their website.

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  • White Noise, Intelligence Report, Spring 2006, Issue Number: 121