Mahon has met with white supremacist groups abroad, both to support their efforts and to “build links” with American groups. In January 1993, he entered Canada, where members of the neo-Nazi Heritage Front greeted him. Immigration officials deported him to the United States, determining that he was likely to break Canadian hate laws.
In late 1991, Mahon traveled to Germany to “build links between the Klan and neo-Nazi groups.” He brought together several white supremacists for a cross-lighting and traveled throughout the country to meet with groups of white supremacists. Mahon reportedly planned his visit after learning about a wave of violent incidents targeting foreigners, about which he reportedly said that he felt “very happy.”
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