Tuesday, March 29, 2005
Homegrown Terror That The National Media Ignores
Our inciting of folks overseas notwithstanding, we still have far more to fear from homegrown yahoos than guys named Akbar. Charles will remember the case featured on page one of this CQ article:
In 2003, for instance, a Texas man prosecutors say was a white supremacist and anti-government radical pleaded guilty to charges of possessing a weapon of mass destruction. Authorities had discovered enough sodium cyanide bombs to kill hundreds of people; machine guns and several hundred thousand rounds of ammunition; 60 pipe bombs; and remote-control explosive devices disguised as briefcases in a storage space he rented. The man, William J. Krar, was sentenced to 11 years in federal prison.
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