Glenn Miller, suspected in the shooting deaths of three individuals at a JCC and a Jewish assisted living facility in Overland Park, KS, has had a career in hatred and anti-Semitism that has spanned over three decades.
In 2013, 14 American citizens or permanent residents were implicated in the U.S. on terror-related charges, ranging from domestic plots and conspiracies to providing material support to terrorists abroad. Many were directly influenced by propaganda easily accessible on online.
In 2014, Klan groups have targeted communities across the U.S. with racist fliers, causing consternation and attracting media attention. But the fliering campaign camouflages a shrinking Ku Klux Klan.
In recent years, the anti-government extremist "sovereign citizen" movement has experienced a considerable resurgence, which has resulted in a significant growth in both membership and activity - including violent activity - across the United States.