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Thursday, April 22, 2010

WN Lawyer Found Murdered In Home


Maybe I’m reading a little to much into to this but isn’t it a little weird how he was killed by a Black man who happened to be an Ex lawn/yard worker and SA’s Eugene Terre’Blanche. I mean I know there is no comparison of the two but then again there is.
WN Lawyer Found Murdered In Home 
A white supremacist lawyer with a knack for publicity was found stabbed to death in a burning house on Thursday and Mississippi authorities later said a neighbor had been charged with murder. Rankin County Sheriff Ronnie Pennington said Richard Barrett’s body was found just after 8 a.m. after residents reported smoke coming from his house in a rural area outside a Jackson, Miss., suburb. Pennington told The Associated Press that Vincent McGee, 22, has been charged with murder in the case. Additional charges could be forthcoming, Pennington said, including arson. The sheriff said McGee had not yet hired a lawyer and the suspect’s mother had no comment when she went to the jail where her son was being held. McGee, a black man, lived nearby and had done yard work for Barrett in the past, Pennington said. The sheriff didn’t elaborate on a possible motive. Barrett, a New York City native and Vietnam War veteran, moved to Mississippi in 1966. Soon after, he began traveling the country to promote anti-black and anti-immigrant views and founded a supremacist group called the Nationalist Movement. “Richard Barrett was a guy who ran around the country essentially pulling off publicity stunts,” said Mark Potok, who monitors hate groups for the Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center. “He really never amounted to any kind of leader in the white supremacist movement.” more comcast

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