If indeed, it was a white supremacist group that coordinated and pulled off the execution of US District Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow’s husband and mother; would such a thing be considered an act of terrorism?
I ask because Judge Lefkow had been threatened by an organized group which believes it has some sort of religious as well as political mandate. To be sure, her name and address and phone number had been posted on various web-sites run by these extremists.
Cleary, the purpose of this crime was to frighten other judges and lawmakers – to strike terror, no?
Furthermore, if the FBI and / or police discover that the crime was indeed committed by sympathizers of Matthew Hale’s Neo-Nazi Church, do we round up folks who fit a certain profile? Do we round up blond haired, blue eyed males? Will Homeland Security be involved? Could we hold suspects and not charge them? Is the sauce for the goose, really the sauce for the gander?
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