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Arizona — A Department of Homeland Security memo reveals that suspected Tucson shooter, Jared Loughner, is “possibly linked” to a white supremacist group.

On Jan. 9, 2010, Fox News reported on a memo prepared by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) about 22-year-old Jared Loughner, the suspect in custody for the Tucson shootings.

According to the memo, the ideology of the American Renaissance is “anti-government, anti-immigration, anti-ZOG (Zionist Occupational Government) and anti-Semitic.”

The memo also notes that Giffords “is the first Jewish female elected to such a high position in the US government [in the state of Arizona]. She was also opposite this group’s ideology when it came to the immigration debate.”

According to the group’s website, of everything that divides people, race is “the most prominent and divisive” factor. The group claims that race and racial conflict “are at the heart of the most serious challenges the Western World faces in the 21st century.”

American Renaissance (AR) publishes a monthly magazine, entitled American Renaissance that can be purchased either in hard copy form or electronically. The magazine has been published since 1991.

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