In Texas, killing of two prosecutors turns spotlight on white supremacist group

, The National Law Journal


State and federal law enforcement authorities were looking Monday for any connection between an indictment late last year against more than two dozen members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas and the shooting deaths of two prosecutors in Kaufman County, about 35 miles southeast of Dallas.

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  • NoMoreMarxistsInDC

    Yep. Blame the Whites (and White Supremacists) for this, when you have black and latino gangs running major cities, and Mexican, Central American and South American terrorist cartels running the drug and arms trade in the U.S.

    Oh, wait! We can't blame the immigrants for this because we're an all-inclusive, politically correct, tolerant society--except when it comes to Whites and Christians. I remember not to long ago this is what South Africa was like, where black on white murders and black on white women rapes was common practice.

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