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April 21, 2019



DAILYKENN.com --The former headquarters of the late Richard Butler's Aryan Nations will soon be on the market. 


The Idaho property is comprised of about 20 acres with an estimated value of $260,000. It was acquired by The Carr Foundation, reports say, that gifted it to The North Idaho College Foundation. The seller plans to use proceeds to fund a new endowment that will focus on human rights education. 

The land was sold after the Aryan Nations lost a $6.3-million lawsuit. 

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According to wikipedia.com, Richard Butler was an aeronautical engineering major at Los Angeles City College. He was a co-inventor of the rapid repair of tubeless tires. In 1946, her organized and operated a machine plant for the production and precision machining of automotive parts and engine assemblies for commercial and military aircraft in the United States, Africa, and India. Butler was a marketing analyst for new inventions from 1964 to 1973. He later became a senior manufacturing engineer for Lockheed Martin in Palmdale, California. 

Butler died in 2004. 
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