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Agents Target Followers of Supremacist

Bearing down with grand jury subpoenas and teams of interrogators, federal agents and Chicago police sought two men for questioning Thursday in connection with the execution-style slayings of a federal judge’s husband and mother, pressing for information from followers of a white supremacist who insisted from jail that he had no involvement in the killings. Federal agents seized telephone and computer records from a residence in the Chicago area and interrogated relatives and supporters of Matthew Hale, the leader of an extremist faction known as the World Church of the Creator. Chicago police released a sketch of two men wanted for questioning and sifted through photographs of Hale’s followers in an attempt to identify the pair, who were reportedly spotted in a car parked near the judge’s home in the hours before the slayings. Full Story

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