Ex-Con Targeted Anti-Defamation League’s Abe Foxman
White Supremacist Was Headed to New York to “Kill Some People”
An ex-con and white supremacist apparently had Abe Foxman, the national director of the Anti-Defamation League in New York, in his sights when police arrested him last week in Arizona.
Thirty-three year old Danny Warner, known as “Tombstone” among those in the Silent Aryan Warriors he came to know while serving a 10-year prison sentence in Utah, told his wife that he was, according to one source, “going to New York to kill some people,” and that Foxman was one of those he planned to kill.
In response, the ADL sent out a security alert to a number of Jewish organizations.
Warner had sent his estranged wife a letter stating he was “heading down South to kill some n- - - ers and Jews until the government gets me – hopefully. I’ll get enough to make it all worth it before I go.”
Upon his arrest outside a McDonalds, Warner was charged with a parole violation, gun possession and possession of stolen property.