Remember the early faux outrages of the Obama Administration when DHS nixed a study of right-wing terror groups because “there just is no such thing”?
Apparently, just like the slaughter at the Wisconsin Sikh Temple this did not actually happen then:
A Texas prosecutor and his wife who were shot dead over the weekend may have been the targets of a white supremacist group, a US congressman said on Monday.
Republican Ted Poe speculated that the Aryan Brotherhood may have carried out the killings of Kaufman County district attorney Mike McLelland, 63, and his wife, Cynthia, 65.
The couple were killed two months after Mark Hasse, the assistant district attorney for Kaufman County, was shot dead. Kaufman County was among a number of agencies to have brought a racketeering case against the Aryan Brotherhood, a white supremacist prison gang. In December the Texas department of public safety had warned the Brotherhood was “actively planning retaliation against law enforcement officials”.
Good thing these things don’t actually happen.