In 2004, the label launched Project Schoolyard, a United States-wide campaign to distribute free Panzerfaust sampler CDs to middle and high school students. In response, police were under pressure to silence the headline-grabbing record label. On Nov. 30, 2004, the Minnesota Gang Strike Force raided Pierpont's home and arrested him after finding marijuana and traces of cocaine. Also in response to Project Schoolyard, the anti-fascist record label Insurgence Records offered a free downloadable compilation called Project Boneyard.
In January 2005, Cecchini claimed to have found Pierpont's birth certificate, which shows that Pierpont's mother is a Mexican-born woman named Maria Marcola del Prado. Cecchini also mentioned tawdry messages that Pierpont had posted on the Internet, detailing a sex tour he took in Thailand in October 2004. The messages indicated that Pierpont has had sex with non-white prostitutes and transsexuals. This, combined with the Southern Poverty Law Center's evidence of a photo of Pierpont in a prison yard in California, where he was serving time for a drug offense. He is posing with two Hispanic men who were apparently his friends.