'Congresswoman's shooting may have been anti-Semitic'

By JORDANA HORN
January 10, 2011 07:32

 
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NEW YORK – A US Department of Homeland Security memorandum reportedly notes the fact that Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is a Jew may have a factor in the motives of the Arizona congresswoman's alleged assailant.

FOX News , reporting on the memorandum it obtained Sunday night, said that “strong suspicion is being direceted (sic) at American Renaissance,” an organization the shooter Jared Loughner referenced on the Internet, and said that federal law enforcement authorities are investigating Loughner’s possible links to American Renaissance.

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