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August 24th, 2012
02:17 PM ET

White Supremacy in the Military

Randi Kaye speaks to former investigator of the Defense Department about hate groups infiltrating U.S. bases

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  1. TrueGrissel

    Last year it was Mexican Gangs this year it's white gangs but because it's a White Supremest Gang the news is milking it for all it's worth, if this isn't racist then racism doesn't really exist.

    August 24, 2012 at 8:39 pm |
  2. retroman205

    I have to agree with TrueGrissel. Though your network keeps bringing up the Massacre, you have recently left out the fact prominently promoted that he was a Supremacist. But that is another matter, in your article you only focus on the “named” hate groups. You forget the articles revealing all the gang related violence in the military. Just as you have reported that gangs are different in Correctional facilities than in the public, they are as different in the military as compared to when released to the public again. Given this difference, could you provide us with a comparison between the differences between what James Holmes did and the actions of a drive by shooting, if any? It’s a big difference to report what caused and track down what caused a specific incident, but totally another to seek out how to prevent such incidents for the better of the whole. And are the views of those who make the decision as to what is better for the whole consistent with that of the groups they represent or personal belief?

    August 27, 2012 at 12:15 pm |
  3. Ralph Holder

    This is not new. White Supremacists groups held meetings on England AFB in Louisiana (now closed) purportedly which included White commissioned, non-commissioned and enlisted personnel in the mid 70's

    August 2, 2014 at 11:45 pm |

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