In the criminal trial of former neo-Nazi activist William A. White federal prosecutors are asking the judge to conceal the names of prospective jurors. Previously, in 2011, White was convicted of soliciting violence against a juror in Illinois. White is now on trial for sending a threatening communication to his ex-wife in an attempt to extort money. In arguing for the anonymous jury, prosecutors stated that White "and his associates are capable of harming jurors and are likely to interfere with the judicial process as they have in the past." White opposes the government's motion for anonymous jury.