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Numerous citizens of Miles City sent a CD containing ‘neo-Nazi’ propaganda



Miles City, Montana – Over a dozen families in Miles City received copies of a CD carrying “neo-Nazi” propaganda.

Cory Cheguis, a resident of Miles City, received letters he neither requested nor expected.

“My wife calls me and says there’s a weird disc in the mail and asked if somebody’s pulling a prank on me. And I said ah, no idea,” said Cheguis on Sunday at Miles City Fire Rescue.

The CD was sent to Cheguis last Thursday. He had no idea where it originated because it lacked a return address.

“The postage on mine, it was scrubbed off, you couldn’t tell where it came from. I don’t know if it was through printing but the letter itself wasn’t physically made out to us. It was just made to our address and it appeared to me [to be written] with a typewriter,” Cheguis said.

What was really unsettling was the CD’s content, which included over 100 mixed-media files and an image titled “about-this-disc.”

“Plugged it into my car and it was some neo-Nazi propaganda sort of thing,” said Cheguis.

The audio files included music and sounds that support the neo-Nazi movement as well as Hitler’s autobiographical manifesto “Mein Kampf.”

This CD was given to other people besides Cheguis.

“Ironically, there’s all kinds of people in town that got it. Then I talked to my neighbor across the street, and he had it. He was like yea I called the cops,” Cheguis said.

The DVD was also discovered by Chelsey Oddy in her delivered mail.

“I really didn’t think much of it ‘cuz the weird thing is it was postmarked from Casper,” said Oddy.

Before checking Facebook, Oddy assumed the CD came from Casper since she has an aunt there.

“And that popped up on one of my friend’s feeds, through Miles City Police Department’s Facebookthat said they’ve had calls on this,” Oddy said.

The incident is being looked into, according to a Facebook post from the Miles City Police Department.

Oddy is merely grateful that she was spared having to see what was on the CD.

“I’m really glad I wasn’t able to open it or look into it,” said Oddy.


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