A white supremacist who has advocated for legalizing child porn was arrested and charged with kidnapping a 12-year-old girl he met online

The home of Nathan Larson, who was arrested on a minor offense in Catlett, Virginia. Fresno District Sheriff's Office
A 40-year-old man with a history of supporting pedophilia and rape has been arrested and charged with kidnapping a 12-year-old girl, police said.
Nathan Larson, who ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 2018, previously admitted to HuffPost that he was a pedophile.
In a manifesto for his congressional run in Virginia, Larson advocated the legalization of child pornography.
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A self-proclaimed white supremacist who campaigned for the legalization of child pornography and set up online chat rooms for pedophiles was arrested and accused of kidnapping a 12-year-old girl.
Nathan Larson kidnapped the girl after meeting her on social media that fall, according to a press release from the Fresno County's Sheriff's Office on Saturday. Fresno police said Larson was arrested at Denver International Airport while on a layover with the girl, who was reported missing on December 14 and has since been reunited with her family. The 40-year-old Larson flew with the girl from Fresno to his home in Virginia, according to police.
Larson faces a felony charge of harboring a minor, as well as federal charges of kidnapping, child abduction, promoting child pornography by a minor, and meeting a child for sexual intent.
Larson met the 12-year-old girl online in October. Police said he "has been manipulating and grooming the Fresno girl over the past two months to convince him to send him pornographic pictures of herself." Tony Botti, the information officer for the Fresno County Sheriff's Office, declined to reveal which social media platform Larson met the victim on. In an email to Insider, Botti said, "All social media can be used for malicious purposes."
Larson had been arrested in 2008 for sending a letter to the Secret Service threatening to kill the President of the United States. He pleaded guilty and spent 14 months in prison, authorities said.
The 40-year-old is a well-known figure in the world of the edge online message boards. Previously, he had created two websites for pedophiles and incel or involuntary celibates. When he ran for Congress as an independent congressman in Virginia in 2018, the IP address of his campaign website matched that of the message boards, HuffPost found.
Larson's Denver Jail booking photo; Larson's political campaign photo, circa 2017. Fresno County Sheriff's Office
In a 2018 interview with HuffPost, Larson admitted to being a pedophile. He also told the outlet that an essay on father-daughter incest and another story claiming he raped his ex-wife contained "a grain of truth". His ex-wife received an injunction against him in 2015, the Washington Post reported, before she died of suicide.
Larson, who described Adolf Hitler as the "white hero of the supremacists" in a 2018 election campaign manifesto, has written extensively about his chauvinistic, patriarchal views and discussed violence, pedophilia and rape in the message boards he previously ran. In a post published under a pseudonym in 2018, Larson wrote, "Feminism is the problem and rape is the solution," according to HuffPost.
"We need to move to a system that classifies women as property, first of their fathers and later of their husbands," wrote Larson in a 2018 campaign manifesto for his failed congressional run. "The purpose of women in a patriarchal society is to be dependable conformists of what is expected of them, and primarily on the basis of their beauty and cooperativity, i.e. their mediocrity, and only secondarily to be judged by intelligence. "
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