“My morale is super high, higher than ever before,” Miller added. “I’m totally at peace with myself. I struck violent blows against the GD jew [sic] menace – effective blows, too.”
None of the three people Miller is accused of murdering on April 13, 2014 – William Corporon, 69, Corporon’s14-year-old grandson, Reat Underwood, and Terri LaManno, 53 – were Jewish.
“I’ll die with a clear conscience,” Miller said in the letter, apparently mailed in early June, “knowing I did my best to secure the existence of ourt [sic] people, and a future for White children.”
SPLC Southern Poverty Law Center
"A 19-year-old newlywed and former Mississippi State cheerleader. A Bosnian immigrant and war veteran. The son of a Boston area police officer. These are some of the 56 people arrested in the United States this year on charges of supporting or plotting with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) — the most terrorism-related arrests U.S. authorities have made in a single year since 2001.
That finding is part of a new study from researchers at George Washington University who examined legal documents tied to ISIL-related charges in the U.S. since March 2014. What they found was an unprecedented diversity of ages, backgrounds and locations among ISIL's U.S.-based recruits — from the “keyboard warriors” who share the group's propaganda online to those who actually take up arms in Syria and Iraq.
The information explains the challenge ISIL poses to traditional law enforcement protocols for clamping down on violent radicalization, said Lorenzo Vidino, director of the Program on Extremism at GWU and an author of the report. “There’s absolutely no common profile,” Vidino said. “
"From teenagers to people in their 40s, people of extremely diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, men and women, Caucasian, Latino, African-American, Jewish — you name it.”Unprecedented diversity of support for ISIL in US, study says."
ISIL-related activity leads to record arrests in 2015, but diverse profiles impede counterterrorism efforts
December 1, 2015 3:52PM ET
by Michael Pizzi @michaelwpizzi