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Friday, 18 March 2011

White supremacist sought in bombing (Canada)

Police say they are searching for Kyle Robert McKee, 24, and a 17-year-old who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

The bombs were left near the intended victim's floor-level suite on Rundlehorn Drive N.E. Investigators believe it was a targeted attack -- but not a hate crime or gang-related.

The bombs were found Saturday morning by a resident. Police say the man made the risky move of throwing the devices into the parking lot, where they exploded.

"We want to know what the motive is. We're not certain of that right now," said Staff Sgt. Keith Cain.

Cain did not know if the wanted minor is also a member of the Aryan Guard.

There were two people in the home at the time. After interviewing them, police identified the two suspects.

"We're very interested in locating both the 17-year-old and Mr. McKee because we believe that there is danger to the victims and possibly to others," said Cain.

McKee could not be reached for comment, and two skinheads at the Rundlehorn Drive apartment where the explosives were located also declined interviews.

In three interviews with the Herald since 2008, McKee identifies himself as a member of the Aryan Guard.

"A lot of us agree that when you can't be proud of being white, that's a problem," McKee has said.

Before the March 2009 white pride rally downtown, McKee spoke of curbing rowdy behaviour during the march and new measures taken by his group to forbid drinking alcohol before the event.

"Ideally, we'd like to see it eventually turn into a fairly mainstream thing. You just get your average Joe out there saying, 'I'm proud to be white.' "

And after the event -- which erupted in violence when confronted by anti-racism activists--he called it a success.

"We didn't make it to City Hall, but I think a lot of people will hear about it, and on that part it's a success."

McKee is also a frequent poster on white pride online forums, most recently praising the spray painting on the Calgary Jewish Centre and Holocaust memorial as funny.

He has been photographed with Nazi flags, white pride logos and with his right arm raised in salute.

Police say they are worried about the use of a bomb.

"Regardless of who these devices are linked to, it's a major concern for us."

The explosives are believed to be homemade, said Cain.

"Unfortunately, this type of information is available readily out there and persons that wish to act upon that can do so," said Cain. "This is definitely a big concern to us."

McKee and the 17-year-old face charges of attempted murder, possessing, making or controlling explosives and possession of a weapon or imitation for a dangerous purpose.

Calgary Herald