White-supremacy record label closes after owner is accused of being Hispanic

Panzerfaust, the St. Paul, Minn.-based white-supremacy record label that made national headlines in the fall, has closed shop over questions of the owner's race. [...] Byron Calvert, 33, who was Panzerfaust's spokesman and public face, accuses his former business partner, Anthony Pierpont, 38, of having a Hispanic mother.
"I told Anthony that he had no choice but to walk away from (Panzerfaust) before this became public," Calvert says on a Web site linked from the now-defunct Panzerfaust site. [...]
Panzerfaust, previously considered the nation's largest skinhead record label, created controversy in September when Calvert announced plans to distribute 100,000 copies of a "pro-white sampler CD" to teenagers across the country.