Precinct 333

Saturday, February 26, 2005

Glad To Hear It

I'm certainly glad to hear that this lowlife is going to be out of circulation for a while. He's a disgrace to the race, and brings discredit upon the movement he thought he was helping.

The leader of a Ku Klux Klan splinter group who urged "planting bombs to cause maximum damage" was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison in the nation's first federal conviction under a new anti-terror law.

David Wayne Hull, 42, of Amwell, Washington County, taught another man how to use a pipe bomb at a November 2002 white supremacist gathering on Hull's property. He also gave bomb parts to the other man, a government informant who posed as a violent anti-abortion activist.

The 2002 anti-terror statute bans instructing others how to use pipe bombs or other dangerous weapons in furtherance of a crime. It carries a maximum 20-year prison sentence.

Now, when will this law be applied against supporters of the Islamist cause?


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