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Pakistan Observer - - IN­TER­NA­TIONAL -

Mu­ni­tions Hand­book.”

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

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