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FBI disrupts alleged 'race war' plot with arrests of 3 men: [] According to the documents, the FBI had Chaney, 33, and Doyle, 34, under surveillance since at least late September. Officials monitored a meeting at Doyle's Chesterfield, Va., home Sept. 27, during which they believe he and others who ascribe to "a white supremacy extremist version of the Asatru faith" plotted attacks on houses of worship.

"The white supremacists work with sort of a paranoid ideation that there's this race war going on, that the blacks or the minorities are out to eradicate the whites. They cast themselves in the role of the victim," former FBI profiler Gregg McCrary explained. "They see themselves as striking back with this moral outrage, that they're not going to be victimized. So they need to fight back. And it's totally illogical, totally irrational. It's not true."

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