The older of two brothers who allegedly bombed the Boston Marathon earlier this year had "right wing extremist" literature about gun rights and white supremacy.
Right-wingers are crowing that speculation about right-wing extremists' potential involvement in the Boston bombing turned out wrong. But then they use it to pretend that there's no such thing as right-wing violence. As if.
On Friday, the uncle of two brothers suspected of planting bombs at the Boston Marathon earlier this week called on his nephews to "turn yourself in, and ask forgiveness for your crimes."