He became infamous for his YouTube videos, which show him singing “Dixie” while dressed in Confederate cavalry attire with Nazi and alt-right images, Tyler Morning Telegraph reported.
While his social media accounts have since been deleted, Yoo’s rants against Black Lives Matter and a video called “Seig Heil Taylor Swift” were widely shared for their shock value.
Yoo has been arrested before, indicted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon on December 2, 2016. Officials on the scene discovered “a tactical vest, three magazines, a handgun, two rifles, a machete, and a shotgun” and set his bail to $60,000.
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