"Residents may not have noticed them, but they were here when they set off pipe bombs, test-fired machine guns and taught bomb-making classes.
They blended right in
‘They look like us. They sound like us. They are us,’ said Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas P. Hogan Jr., assigned to coordinate investigations and prosecute cases with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Klansman faces sentencing on weapons, bomb charges
Published: Friday, February 25, 2005
By GINA ZOTTI
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 2011
The Ku Klux Klan Is Boosting Its Numbers by Recruiting Veterans
"We're currently in one of the hottest periods of extremist activity that I have seen in my 20 year career. This blows what we call pre-Oklahoma City completely out of the water and makes it look like a kindergarten picnic." - Daryl Johnson DT Analytics, former ATF and Homeland Security.
"These groups are really interested in returning military veterans. The reason being that the skills of the infantryman are precisely, so they say, the skills that will be needed in the coming race war." - SPLC’s Mark Potak