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January 19, 2008
After allegations emerge that key white supremacist figure Hal Turner may be a government informant, experts warn FBI crossed the line.
New Jersey radio host Hal Turner is well known as one of the most vicious neo-Nazis in America, a man who routinely suggests killing his enemies.
Railing against President Bush, he told his audience last June that "a well-placed bullet can solve a lot of problems."
He has written that "we to start SHOOTING AND KILLING Mexicans as they cross the border" and argued that killing certain federal judges "may be illegal, but it wouldn't be wrong."
In 2006, after he published an attack on New Jersey Supreme Court justices that also included several of their home addresses, state police massively beefed up security for the members of the court, checking on one justice's house more than 200 times.
Hal Turner is one serious extremist.
He may also be on the FBI payroll.
Harold Charles "Hal" Turner (born March 15, 1962) is an American white nationalist, Holocaust denier and blogger from North Bergen, New Jersey.
In August 2010, he was convicted for making threats against three federal judges with the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Prior to Turner's arrest, his radio program, The Hal Turner Show, was a webcast from his home once a week.
In 2002, Turner started broadcasting, but quit the show in July 2008 and resumed in April 2009 as Turner Radio Network.
In August 2008 his website also closed down, though he retained a blog, it was shut down by his host, Google's Blogger, for violations of terms of service.