Saturday, June 03, 2006
Aurora man's racist newspaper distributed in California
It didn't take long for white supremacist Frazier Glenn Miller to bounce back from a federal court ruling that ended his hopes on having his name on the Democratic ballot for Seventh District Congress in the August primary.
One day after the ruling was made, copies of Miller's racist publication, The White Patriot Leader, were distributed to at least 16 homes and likely many more in Costa Mesa, Calif., according to an article in the Costa Mesa Daily Pilot.
"That's just vile. That has no place in our community," resident Jeff Diercksmeier, told the newspaper. Apparently, much of the content was geared toward the immigration issue with a front page headline loudly proclaiming, "Invasion!" and photos from the recent immigrant rallies.
In the article, a representative of the Southern Poverty Law Center speculates that the Costa Mesa City Council's recent decision to train police for immigration enforcement could have been the reason for the distribution.
According to the newspaper, the publication included articles by Miller, and former KKK leader David Duke, as well as a recommended reading list which included "Mein Kampf," and "The Turner Diaries," a racist novel that supposedly inspired Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh.