Aryan Brotherhood Rejection Sent Queens Man Over the Edge


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Self-described “A[sian Supremacist,” Kenneth Eng], 24, of Bayside, Queens was sentenced to mandatory outpatient mental help after pleading guilty to charges stemming from an April 2007 incident in which he waved a hammer at his neighbor and made death threats against her and her family.  


Eng, is a writer whose illustrious career includes [being fired from AsianWeek in San Francisco] for penning a column entitled “Why I Hate Blacks,” and claiming in a Village Voice [interview](http://www.villagevoice.com/news/0721,news,76729,2.html) that his work may have inspired the Virginia Tech killer, his hero. The 24-year-old also told the Voice interviewer that he had a similar plan for NYU, but couldn’t carry it out because he could not afford the weapons. He was arrested for this too after the article was published.


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