Woman Shot Trying To Steal Swastika Flag

Cops: Nazi enthusiast jailed on pair of felonies

JUNE 30--A Nazi enthusiast shot a woman four times early Sunday when she sought to steal a swastika flag flying in front of the gunman’s Oklahoma residence, cops report.

Responding to a 3 AM 911 call about shots being fired, cops found the 26-year-old victim lying in a ditch across from a Garfield County home owned by Alexander Feaster, the 44-year-old shooter.

The victim, cops say, was at a party across from Feaster’s property when she accepted a challenge to swipe one of the two swastika flags attached to the exterior of his 1200-square-foot home.

While the woman succeeded in taking one of the flags, her getaway was thwarted when Feaster allegedly open fired on her as she reached the end of his driveway. Cops say the woman suffered multiple gunshot wounds, but is expected to recover.

Pictured above, Feaster was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon and shooting with the intent to kill, both felonies. He is locked up in the county jail in lieu of $500,000 bond.

Police executing a search warrant at Feaster’s home in Hunter (pop. 165) seized the rifle used in the June 28 shooting, as well as ammunition and more than a dozen other guns.

Feaster purchased the three-acre property for $40,000 in 2017. He lived in the one-bedroom, one-bathroom house with his second wife, until the couple’s 16-month marriage ended in divorce last year, according to court filings. 

As seen below, Feaster’s profile page on Gab, a social network favored by the alt-right, is decorated with a Nazi flag and the German phrase “Meine Ehre Heisst Treue” ("My Honor, is Loyalty"), which was the motto of the Waffen-SS.