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New Colbert police chief linked to neo-Nazi websites claims identity theft

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Published: Aug. 26, 2017 at 8:10 AM CDT
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There are questions surrounding the background of a newly appointed Texoma police chief after we found his name linked to websites that sell media and memorabilia aimed at skinheads and white nationalists.

Last week, the Southern Poverty Law Center released a

following the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.

That map identified only one group operating in Texoma -

, a website that sells racist media and memorabilia aimed at skinheads and white nationalists.

With a banner that reads "The Voice of Blood and Honour," an international coalition of racist skinhead gangs, ISD Records features artists like

and album titles including

.

We tracked down the

of ISD Records filed at the Grayson County Courthouse in 2004 with the signature of a Bart Alsbrook at a Denison address.

Colbert reserve police officer Bart

.

We called Alsbrook about that application last week. He denied he was the Bart Alsbrook behind isdrecords.com.

We searched for another Bart Alsbrook and couldn't find another person with that name in the United States.

The

was taken offline within hours of that conversation.

When we called him back to ask him about it, Alsbrook claimed a group of skinheads stole his wallet and began using his name after a fight at a heavy metal concert in the 1990's.

Alsbrook was charged with attempted murder back in the nineties. He says the victim misidentified him. The charge was eventually dropped.

And in 2005,

as Blood and Honour USA's Texas coordinator and the man behind NS88 Videos, with a website similar to ISD Records.

also list

as that site's owner.

He also denied he was the person behind that site.

was also taken down shorty after we asked Alsbrook about it.

Colbert city officials declined to speak to us both about Alsbrook's hiring and this story.

Alsbrook says he is the interim chief until the city can hire a new full time chief.