Reardon's Instagram account was filled with anti-Semitic bows. A post contained a video of a man firing a rifle between sirens and screams. It was assigned to Youngstown's Jewish Community Center and titled "The police identified the marksman of the Jewish family community in Youngstown as the local white nationalist Seamus O" Rearedon, according to Andy Lipkin, executive vice president of the Jewish Federation in Youngstown. Seamus O'Rededon is a Gaelic version of Reardon's name.
Herdman, a former deputy district attorney in Manhattan, said he wanted to talk directly to those who supported Reardon's views.
a white nation and racial superiority, "he said." The constitution may give you a voice, but it does not guarantee you a receptive audience. Your right to freedom of expression does not automatically mean that people agree with you. In fact, you have a God-given and inalienable right to be at the bottom of this argument.
"What you do not have is the right to dispel your frustration of failure in the political arena by resorting to violence, you have no right to endanger the lives and well-being of our neighbors God's given and inalienable right to live and worship peacefully as they please, free from the fear that they might become the target of their prayer solely on the basis of color, country of birth or form. "
He added "Threatening to kill Jewish people, knock down innocent Latinos on a weekend shopping excursion, commit murders in the name of nonsensical racial theory, and pray with God-fearing people. People who execute you a moment later ̵
Herdman acknowledged that the constitution protected the right of white supremacists and white nationalists to speak, think and believe." Hatred and failed ideologies. "
" Keep this in mind, however. Thousands and thousands of young Americans have already voted with their lives for the same message of intolerance, death and destruction to prevail. You can count your ballots by visiting an American cemetery in North Africa, Italy, France or Belgium and counting the white gravestones. You can also recite the many names of civil rights lawyers who bled and died as they defied the proponents of the same hate ideologies. Their voices may be gone, but they can still be heard. "