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The address on receipts corresponded to a house that on Friday was cordoned off by police tape and guarded by uniformed officers. The National Alliance was founded by William Pierce, whose book “The Turner Diaries” has been called a grisly blueprint for a bloody race war. Timothy McVeigh based the 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building, which killed 168 people, on a truck-bombing described in the book.
A Thomas Mair of Batley — the town where the suspect lives — was also named as a former subscriber to proApartheid publication SA Patriot. In 2006, the online newsletter of far-right group the Springbok Club said Mair was “one of the earliest subscribers and supporters of SA Patriot.”
Mair, 52, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of killing Cox, who was shot and stabbed outside a library in her northern England constituency. The suspect’s brother, Scott Mair, told reporters his brother had a history of mental illness, but was not violent.—AP