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White Supremacist Plotted To Blow Up U.S. Congress

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White Supremacist Sentenced To 30 Years For Plot To Buy Chemical Weapons


WTVF, TN - Nov 28, 2006

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JACKSON, Tenn. Federal authorities announced today that a white supremacist was sentenced to 30 years in prison for attempting to acquire nerve gas and explosives in a plot to destroy government buildings.

Demetrius Van Crocker, a farmhand from McKenzie in West Tennessee, was arrested in 2004 after he tried to buy the weapons from undercover federal agents.
The 40-year-old divorced father of two told agents his dream was to set off a dirty bomb in Washington D-C while the House and the Senate were in session.

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