Strange Brouhaha

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

They have to say it, but...

Let's see. A white supremacist group threatens to kill a judge who ruled against it in court (in a TRADEMARK DISPUTE!). Its leader is in jail, convicted of trying to arrange for the judge to be killed. Less than a year after said leader is convicted, the judge's husband and mother are murdered.

But there's "no clear link."

By the way: how does this not count as terrorism? Come on, Little George, let's start dealing with white supremacist groups inside our own borders. Take down the Klan and Aryan Nation. I know, I know, it'll never happen: they're white and they don't have any oil and they voted for you.


  • (Josh) This is pretty insane, and I haven't seen much about it in the news. As a trademark lawyer, I'd been following the case a bit, but certainly didn't expect this. I can understand how the cops couldn't say right away that it's the white supremacists - after all, a federal judge can make plenty of enemies. But that sure seems like the most probable scenario.

    And hey, you saw how hard the government went after the militias in the wake of Oklahoma City - yeah, not at all.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:02 PM  

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