Erich Gliebe’s hiring on as the National Alliance Chairman of the Board in 2002 was conditional on him moving to and working full time at the NA HQ in West Virginia. Afterwards he then reneged on the agreement he had with the existing NA Board of Directors at that time.
In addition, Gliebe complains in a web blog within the last year or so that he could not get any qualified people to work at the Hillsboro WV headquarters. Under Dr. Pierce there was a staff of 17 people all qualified who worked and lived in that area. Gliebe fires all remaining existing staff in 2003 then complains that he cannot get anybody qualified to work or live in that area. Thus, Dr. Pierce had no problems hiring qualified people to work and live there, but Gliebe makes that claim anyway. He blames everybody but himself for all of these problems. Are we to believe all the 17 people who were either fired or left under protest were all bad and that Gliebe is perfect, or were the 17 people right in their observation about Gliebe’s gross incompetence, and thus Gliebe is the real problem? The timeline table below makes the answer to the above question quite obvious to all.
Timeline TABLE of selected few key NA Main Office Personnel circa 2002 onwards who purportedly left the NA because of Gliebe*
*Information shown is the best readily available that was obtained by NARRG Admin, based upon publicly available sources and/or personal communication with knowledgeable informed sources, as of the date of this NARRG web posting. This is not necessarily a complete listing.
1) NA = National Alliance, NVB = National Vanguard Books, NVM = National Vanguard Magazine
2) The validity and legality of Gliebe hand picked Board of Directors after October 2003 has been purportedly publicly challenged by several others since then.
3) The validity and legality of Gliebe assuming the role of Chairman and President of NA since 2006 has been purportedly publicly challenged by several others since then.
4) It should also be noted that Gliebe allegedly wrote and delivered letter dated August 12, 2003 entitled “Termination of the Corporate Directors and Officers of the National Alliance and National Vanguard Books” purportedly firing most of the remaining NA and NVB staff. His authority and legality to do so is questionable and has been challenged since by several others, and was documented in the 2005 West Virginia lawsuit of Shaun Walker, Plaintiff vs Eric Gliebe, Defendant.
5) Attorney Kitty Molz sent a resignation letter to the State of Virginia Corporation Commission on September 17, 2003. Gliebe had threatened to reveal to her employer her role and involvement with the NA. In addition she stated that operatives of Gliebe had been following her vehicle in an effort to intimidate. This was documented in the 2005 West Virginia lawsuit of Shaun Walker, Plaintiff vs Erich Gliebe, Defendant, in an affidavit notarized and dated June 1, 2005 by Kitty Molz (see below).