The Politics of Assassination
Noting both alleged Holocaust museum shooter James von Brunn, charged in the murder of Stephen P. Johns and anti abortionist Scott Roeder, charged in the death of Dr. George Tiller, were what is described as "active extremists" long before the crimes they are alleged to have committed, the author of Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement from Margins to the Mainstream, Leonard Zeskind, warns of the danger of dismissal of most recent events without weighing the climate in which these actions were influenced and, in some ways, nurtured.
Click here to read the article, The Politics of Assassination: Inside the Violent Movement That Spawned James von Brunn and Scott Roeder, written by Joe Conason. Department of Homeland Security's Report on Right Wing Extremism Also at NowPublic : The Politics of Fear
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