ENLISTED KILLERS

A DOUBLE MURDER RAISES THE SPECTER OF RACE HATRED IN THE MILITARY

AT FIRST, THE POLICE DIDN'T KNOW quite what to make of Randy Lee Meadows Jr. Responding to reports of a shooting in the predominantly black Campbell Terrace section of Fayetteville, North Carolina, early last Thursday, the officers thought Meadows looked very much out of place. It was past midnight, he was white and he was sitting despondently behind the wheel of his Chevy Cavalier. The cops asked him some questions. His answers led them to a mobile home where Meadows' friend James Norman Burmeister was renting a room. There they found a Nazi flag, bombmaking books and white-supremacist literature, including a...

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