05 iunie 2018

In the Army and the Klan, he hated Muslims. Now one was coming to his home.


LAFAYETTE, Ga. — Chris Buckley walks out to his porch, where the doormat once greeted customers at a Subway, and looks up and down the empty street. "I admit it, I'm nervous," he says, lighting a cigarette with heavily tattooed hands. His densely colored arms are a paisley record of his many hates. KKK symbols dot his left knuckles, another is below his navel; an anti-government militia tag covers his neck. Most prominent is the big word in Arabic emblazoned on the back of his forearm: [...]