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    For other uses of Patriot, see Patriot (disambiguation)
    For other uses of Phantom, see Phantom (disambiguation)
    Phantom Patriot
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    Phantom Patriot
    Vital Statistics
    Hero Phantom Patriot
    Alias(es) The Lynx, Crackdown, Thoughtcrime, The Revelator
    Identity Public
    Alter Ego Richard McCaslin
    Category Vigilante
    Location Las Vegas, Nevada, USA 36° 10' 2.12" N, 115° 8' 54.66" W
    Status Deceased
    Superhero Activity
    Team Pacific Protectorate
    Affiliates Motor Mouth, Mutinous Angel, Iron Claw(retired) , DefCon
    Foes Bohemian Club, New World Order
    Actions Civil protests, charity handouts, street patrols
    Physical Description
    Gender Male
    Outfit Various
    Colors Blue, red, white
    Symbol 2 back-to-back "P"s
    Equipment STOP sign shield, Maglight, crossbow, Patriot Bike, Patriot Mobile
    Abilities Martial arts, writer, artist, actor, stunts

    Phantom Patriot was a Real Life Superhero based around Las Vegas, Nevada.

    History

    In his profile online, Phantom Patriot states that he became an RLSH after serving 3 years in the USMC (1982-85), using the persona of The Lynx and working alongside another RLSH, Iron Claw. He then switched to using the name Crackdown in the 90s. Then, he took on the name of Phantom Patriot.

    Phantom Patriot attracted media attention in January 2001, when he conducted a raid on the Bohemian Grove, in the belief that they were a group of pedophiles and murderers. He was arrested and served over 6 years in prison.

    After finishing parole in May of 2011, he traveled across the country, protesting the New World Order in the persona of Thoughtcrime.

    In 2012, he re-adopted the Phantom Patriot alter ego and opened an RLSH base, called The Patriot Outpost.

    On October 15th, 2018, he was found dead of suspected suicide.[1][2]

    Gallery

    References

    External Links

    RLSH.org Profile - DOWN

    Heroes in the Night: "Hero Profile #88: Thoughtcrime"

    Heroes in the Night: "Return of Phantom Patriot"

    Wikipedia article on Richard McCaslin

    His YouTube Channel

    Obituary by Tea Krulos

    American Madness: The Story of the Phantom Patriot and How Conspiracy Theories Hijacked American Consciousness - Book by Tea Krulos