Two members of the National Socialist Movement and an unaffiliated associate did Kentucky a huge favor by ridding them of a scumbag heroin dealer.
The two NSM members, who are said to belong to the Kentucky Unit, are 23-year-old Anthony Baumgartner and 22-year-old Stephen Harkness; the third person is 21-year-old Jeffrey Allen. Jeffrey Allen, who planned the action, caught wind of the fact that Delfin was dealing drugs in the Walton-Verona area, so he decided to solve the problem once and for all. Baumgartner and Harkness agreed to help him.
According to investigators, the three suckered Delfin into meeting them on High Street in Walton on January 9th, 2013 using the ruse that they wanted to buy heroin from him, but needed to go get more money. Harkness drove with Baumgartner next to him in the passenger seat, while Allen was in the back next to Delfin. Allen assaulted Delfin with his fists, choked him, then eat him with a metal bar. Delfin was fighting to get away, kicking the windows and kicking the doors open. Eventually, Delfin was subdued to the point that he became unresponsive. They attempted to revive Delfin but were unsuccessful.
Once they reached Messmer Lane near Allen's House, Delfin was pulled from the back and attacked. They slit Delfin's throat, stabbed him in the chest underneath the rib cage up into the heart, rolled his body down a hill and left him dead in the bushes, covered in brambles.
Delfin was first reported missing on January 14th. Based upon input from a witness who said she'd overheard three men at Baumgartner's Florence apartment talking about kidnapping and assaulting Delfin, sheriff's deputies got warrants and on January 15th, interviewed the men, who quickly confessed, explaining that they hated drug dealers and considered them a blight on society.
According to Anti Racist Action, the three didn't originally intend to kill Delfin; they merely wanted to teach him a lesson and get him to lead them to the local drug "kingpin". Allen was the first to confess; the other two soon followed. In the first court hearing on January 17th, Boone District Judge Charles Moore ruled that there was enough evidence in the case to have it presented to a grand jury for consideration, and ordered the trio to be held without bond.
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