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He had a knack for publicity but little real influence, one expert said.'Richard Barrett was a guy who ran around the country essentially pulling off publicity stunts,' said Mark Potok, who monitors hate groups for the Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center.

'He really never amounted to any kind of leader in the white supremacist movement.'His body was found on Thursday morning after neighbours saw smoke coming from his house in a rural area of Jackson.

The triskele is another ancient symbol, generally used in Celtic art or religious symbolism, with three curved or jointed segments emanating from a single point that has been adopted by white supremacists.

This is a white supremacist version of the Celtic Cross, which consists of a square cross interlocking with or surrounded by a circle.

Pennington did not describe their involvement but said all three were being held at the county jail. Barrett traveled the country to promote anti-black and anti-immigrant views and founded a supremacist group called the Nationalist Movement.The Life (also Elhaz or Algis) rune is an ancient runic symbol appropriated by the Nazis to help create an idealized “Aryan/Norse” heritage, which led to its adoption by later white supremciasts.Because the life rune is also used by many non-racists, it should carefully be judged in context.The sheriff said Mc Gee had not yet hired a lawyer and the suspect's mother had no comment when she went to the jail where her son was being held.Mc Gee was released from state prison in February after serving five years of a six-year sentence for simple assault on a police officer and grand larceny.

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