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An Atomwaffen member sketched a map to take neo-Nazis down. What path officials took is a mystery

An Atomwaffen member sketched a map to take neo-Nazis down. What path officials took is a mystery

It was a grisly scene inside Condo 3722 on the Hamptons, a gated group in Tampa, Florida.

One physique lay face up on the ground, wedged between a wall and an air mattress. A handgun was stuffed in a holster on the lifeless man’s waist. The opposite physique, clad in a black T-shirt and shorts, was slumped again on a futon, a shattered and bloody iPhone on his lap. A police investigator would later write that the 2 males had been “shot multiple times at close range with an assault rifle.”

There have been some apparent clues that this was no abnormal double murder. Tacked to the wall close to the our bodies was a giant black-and-white flag bearing the insignia of the Schutzstaffel, or SS, Adolf Hitler’s elite paramilitary unit. On a close by shelf was a black Stahlhelm, the distinctive helmet worn by Nazi troopers throughout World Struggle II. There have been a number of copies of “Mein Kampf”and a outstanding place was reserved for “The Turner Diaries,” the notorious novel of race conflict in America that has impressed generations of terrorists, amongst them Timothy McVeigh, the Oklahoma Metropolis bomber. A framed image of McVeigh sat on a dresser.

On that night time in Might 2017, the police shortly took two suspects into custody and developed a tough define of what had occurred. One of many suspects, Devon Arthurs, 18, stated the victims have been his roommates, and members of a neo-Nazi group referred to as the Atomwaffen Division. Arthurs stated that he’d determined to depart the group, and that he’d killed the lads to hold them from finishing up what he stated have been their plans for violence.

The second suspect detained by police, Brandon Russell, additionally lived within the condominium. Russell advised the authorities he’d simply returned residence from a weekend of coaching with the Florida Military Nationwide Guard. After which Russell revealed one thing that ought to have set off alarms amongst federal investigators assigned to monitor the rising menace from armed, violent right-wing extremists. He stated, and the police shortly confirmed, that the single-car storage hooked up to the house was filled with explosives.

Explosives specialists from the Tampa Police Division and the native FBI area workplace quickly discovered elements of a crude pipe bomb in addition to radioactive supplies. The search turned up ammonium nitrate and nitromethane, the combination utilized by McVeigh to destroy the federal constructing in Oklahoma Metropolis in 1995. There have been sacks of explosive precursors, together with potassium chloride, purple iron oxide and potassium nitrate. There have been selfmade fuses common from brass 5.56 mm rifle cartridges. In a closet, they discovered two Geiger counters.

And there was a cooler with the identify Brandon scrawled on the lid in black marker. Inside, the investigators found HMTD — hexamethylene triperoxide diamine — a potent, extremely risky peroxide-based explosive. It has turn into a favored device of terrorists each right here and overseas, who prepare dinner it up in small batches utilizing recipes circulating on the web and in improvised weapons manuals.

At Tampa police headquarters, investigators put Arthurs and Russell in separate interrogation rooms. They needed to know concerning the killings, concerning the neo-Nazi group and concerning the explosives.

Arthurs stated the house had served as a nerve middle for Atomwaffen Division, a white supremacist group of 60 to 70 those that has spoken brazenly of its hopes of igniting race warfare in america. If the authorities might entry the group’s encrypted on-line chats, Arthurs stated, “it’d be easy to track down each member.” The interrogation was videotaped, and a recording was obtained by ProPublica and Frontline.

“The things that they’re planning were horrible. They’re planning bombings and stuff like that on countless people, they’re planning to kill civilian life,” Arthurs stated.  A detective requested if Atomwaffen had drawn up a record of particular targets. “Power lines, nuclear reactors, synagogues, things like that,” Arthurs replied.

“I’m telling you stuff that the FBI should be hearing,” Arthurs stated, including that he thought lives might be saved.

To this present day, it is unclear if the FBI talked with Arthurs or what steps it took to shut down Atomwaffen. The FBI declined repeated requests to talk about the case. However this a lot is clear: Inside months of Arthurs’ warnings, Atomwaffen members or associates had killed three extra individuals.

It is steadily argued that the white males who homicide within the identify of racial purity are lone wolves, radicalized by the echo chamber of the alt-right web. Nobody can fairly anticipate authorities to cease a seemingly law-abiding citizen like Dylann Roof, the younger man who killed 9 black church members in South Carolina.

However the Atomwaffen case appears a truthful check of the nation’s intelligence talents. And a shut take a look at it suggests that rather more might have been completed to examine a corporation certainly one of its founding members, Arthurs, was begging the authorities to shut down and providing his assist to achieve this.

Some specialists and former officials see the case as a part of a bigger sample, proof that federal businesses are understaffed and out of place in confronting the specter of white supremacist terrorism even because the FBI’s newest report exhibits a spike in hate crimes for the third straight yr.

That concern intensified after the bloodbath of 11 Jewish worshipers final month at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. John Cohen and George Selim, former senior officials within the Division of Homeland Safety, criticized what they are saying has been the disinvestment in packages and efforts meant to assist shield towards the specter of far-right assaults. Process forces have been disbanded, they stated, and up to date efforts to reconstitute what they termed an “intelligence infrastructure” for home terrorism have lagged.

The federal government’s personal knowledge underlines the menace. A 2017 Authorities Accountability Workplace report stated “far-right extremism” was liable for 62 of the 85 deadly extremist incidents within the U.S. from the day after 9/11 via 2016, whereas Islamist extremist violence was answerable for 23 of the incidents. The report stated far-right extremism had killed 106 individuals over these years.

Contacted by ProPublica and Frontline, Cohen, now a professor at Rutgers College, stated he stood by his public critique.

“We know what the problem is, but every time there’s another one of these attacks all we hear is, ‘Oh, this is shocking, this is horrible, our prayers are with the people, who would have imagined this ever would have happened?’” Cohen stated. “No, it’s very imaginable because it’s happening on a regular basis in this country. We’re just not doing enough to stop it.”

The authorities dispatched to the Tampa condo appeared unprepared to cope with this specific model of terrorism. The police detectives and FBI agent who interviewed Arthurs and Russell seem to have given little credence to the proof found within the condo, or to Arthurs’ allegations that the group was plotting terrorist assaults and mass murders.

Whereas Arthurs was taken to the county jail on murder fees, police and FBI brokers launched Russell, who claimed that he used the explosives to energy mannequin rockets. An officer even drove Russell again to the homicide scene so he might retrieve his automotive.

What occurred subsequent might properly have been a catastrophe. Inside hours, Russell acquired an AR-15-style assault rifle and a bolt-action searching rifle. He loaded selfmade physique armor and greater than 1,000 rounds of ammunition into his automotive, and set off for the Florida Keys with one other Atomwaffen member. He was ultimately arrested by sheriff’s deputies in Monroe County. They have been shocked by the weapons and ammunition they discovered within the automotive. There was no baggage. No meals. Russell didn’t appear ready for an prolonged journey, they stated.

“When we found all the weapons, we were convinced that we had just stopped a mass shooting,” recalled Deanna Torres, one of many deputies who captured Russell, who would ultimately plead responsible to federal explosives fees.

5 former regulation enforcement brokers spoke to ProPublica and Frontline concerning the dealing with of Arthurs and Russell. Most stated they have been baffled by the choice to launch Russell.

Tampa police and native prosecutors wouldn’t talk about the case.

Atomwaffen didn’t disband within the aftermath of the Tampa arrests. The group continued to recruit new members, staging “hate camps” in at the least two states that included weapons coaching. And the group’s violence went unhindered.

In December 2017, a 17-year-old Atomwaffen follower was arrested on suspicion of murdering the mother and father of his ex-girlfriend after they ended their daughter’s relationship with the neo-Nazi. A month later, Samuel Woodward was charged with killing a homosexual Jewish school scholar in California. Woodward, ProPublica reported within the following days, had participated in weapons coaching with Atomwaffen members in Texas within the months after the Tampa slayings. Woodward’s fellow Atomwaffen members cheered on-line when he was arrested, calling him a “one man gay jew wrecking crew.”

In response to questions on DHS’s readiness to fight white supremacist violence, DHS Press Secretary Tyler Houlton issued a assertion:

“The Department of Homeland Security is committed to combating all forms of violent extremism, especially movements that espouse racial supremacy or bigotry. DHS takes all threats to the homeland, both foreign and domestic, very seriously and to suggest otherwise is an affront to the men and women of DHS that work tirelessly every day to ensure the safety of the American people. We will continue to work hand-in-hand with our federal, state and local partners to carry out our mission of keeping our country safe.”

Brandon Russell met Devon Arthurs on-line, on a website referred to as Tinychat that gives video chat providers, Arthurs stated. Each younger males lived in Florida — Brandon in Tampa, Devon in Longwood, a suburb north of Orlando. Sporting headsets, the 2 would sit at their computer systems and speak deep into the night time.

Ultimately, their conversations moved over to Iron March, a now-defunct neo-Nazi discussion board with the tagline “race war now!” On Iron March, Russell posted pictures of himself posing with a Mossberg shotgun whereas sporting a white T-shirt bearing the phrases “Natural Born Killers” and a picture of a Nazi eagle. On-line, he celebrated faculty shooters like Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris (Columbine Excessive Faculty) and Seung-Hui Cho (Virginia Tech); mass assassin Anders Breivik (a self-proclaimed Nationwide Socialist who killed 77 individuals in Norway); and Hitler.

As well as to his fascination with fascism and acts of violence, Russell had another obsession: nuclear weapons. He posted directions on-line for constructing improvised nuclear reactors — it isn’t clear how sensible these plans have been — and studied nuclear physics as an undergraduate on the College of South Florida.

When Russell launched Atomwaffen in 2015, Arthurs was one of many first recruits to the group. Arthurs started gravitating towards Nazi beliefs at 13 or 14, in accordance to his father, Alan Arthurs, who stated he’s nonetheless mystified by his son’s curiosity in Nazism. “I don’t get it. I don’t get it. I don’t know why,” he advised Frontline and ProPublica.

Within the spring of 2017, Devon Arthurs and Russell moved into the Tampa condo. Arthurs had dropped out of highschool and had no job. However Alan Arthurs believes his son and Russell have been making prolonged street journeys to promote unlawful firearms in states removed from Florida.

In time, Russell and Arthurs have been joined within the Tampa condominium by Andrew Oneschuk, 18, and Jeremy Himmelman, 22, two Atomwaffen members from Massachusetts.

Oneschuk and Himmelman have been the lifeless males police found within the condo on the night time of Might 19, 2017.

Alan Arthurs stated his son referred to as him after the capturing and confessed to killing the pair. Over the following hours, Arthurs informed a shifting collection of tales about his motives. He informed his father he’d killed them to head off Atomwaffen’s terrorist plans. He stated one thing comparable to investigators. However he additionally provided a fair stranger model: that he’d transformed to Islam and supported ISIS, and that he’d killed the 2 males as a result of they mocked his newfound faith. A decide has since dominated Arthurs mentally incompetent to stand trial.

In his interrogation shortly after his arrest, Arthurs stated he was conscious of his psychological well being issues and wished he’d been hospitalized lengthy earlier than. He stated that folks won’t assume he appeared like a terrorist, however that he had been engaged in darkish and harmful conduct.

After which, in fairly composed trend, he sketched out in nice element each the terrorist ambitions of Atomwaffen and the techniques regulation enforcement may use to infiltrate the group and convey it down. He warned the Tampa detective main the questioning, Kenneth Nightlinger, towards underestimating the group. Repeatedly, he tried to push again towards what he appeared to regard because the detective’s skepticism.

Arthurs stated Atomwaffen drew inspiration from The Order, a neo-Nazi terrorist group lively through the 1980s. Led by Robert Mathews, the group believed the U.S. had been taken over by a shadow authorities of highly effective Jews. The Order bombed a synagogue and in 1984 assassinated Alan Berg, a outstanding Jewish radio host who lived in Denver.

Russell and Atomwaffen “venerate” The Order, Arthurs stated in his interview with detectives. “These people, they have no human empathy like we do.”

“These people . . . they know exactly how to build, they knew exactly how to build bombs that could’ve destroyed this entire building,” Arthurs stated.

Nightlinger typically pressed for extra info.

“Do you know about specific plans that these two individuals had?” the detective requested, referring to Oneschuk and Himmelman.

Arthurs stated the lads have been planning on blowing up energy strains close to a main freeway. They have been going to use the HMTD to do it.

The detective pressed additional.

“Did Brandon ever specifically talk about doing anything similar to that? To any government buildings?”

“Oh, absolutely. All the time,” Arthurs answered.

“Any specific ones?”

“Government offices, federal buildings,” Arthurs stated.

The detective at one level tried to guarantee Arthurs that he and others would act on his info.

“This is absolutely serious stuff,” stated Nightlinger, encouraging Arthurs to move on “any information” that could possibly be used to fight “these misguided individuals.”

Arthurs apologized for seeming flustered.

“I’m not trying to sound like a schizo cause I know that I’m trampling over words and stuff,” he stated.

“No, no, you’re in control, man,” Nightlinger stated. “You’re good, keep going.”

And Arthurs did.

Arthurs informed the detective that Russell acquired weapons and educated him and the opposite roommates in how to deal with them. He stated whereas Russell had joined the Florida Military Nationwide Guard, he’d used the American flag as a doormat to the condominium. He warned that if Russell was given the prospect, he’d simply give you the option to reacquire the explosives that had been confiscated from the storage.

And repeatedly Arthurs provided to assist regulation enforcement spherical up Atomwaffen members and dismantle the group. He’d open up his pc. And he thought it might be straightforward to penetrate the computer systems of the others.

“You think having your computer, an FBI agent as you requested, sit down and go over this stuff, you think then you would open some eyes?” Nightlinger requested.

“Yeah, I definitely do,” Arthurs stated. “I think that it would open some eyes to a much bigger thing than what happened today, and I think that I could definitely, basically save a lot of lives overall.”

At one level, the detective appeared persuaded. Nightlinger prompt he would cross the phrase to the suitable brokers within the FBI.

“I mean they’re actually going to be actually be made aware of this and they’re going to do their homework,” he stated. “Just to make sure you’re not talking out your ass about something here in order to maybe gain some favorable treatment.”

The FBI wouldn’t reply questions on its dealing with of the Tampa case, saying that the investigation stays open. Brokers have questioned former Atomwaffen members in no less than two states, in accordance to people with direct information of the inquiry.

In a assertion, the FBI stated: “The FBI is not permitted to discuss any facet of the Brandon Russell investigation. The decision not to discuss this investigation was made in accordance with Department of Justice Guidelines and FBI Rules and Regulations.”

ProPublica and Frontline reviewed the crime scene photographs and police studies from the Tampa house with Kerry Myers, a former FBI bomb tech who investigated the Oklahoma Metropolis bombing.

“They were making bombs,” Myers stated. “This is a bomb maker’s workshop.”

Myers added that the supplies have been sufficient “to blow up a car, blow up an airplane, blow up a bus. We have the same basic explosive kit here that the Boston Marathon bombers had.”

Alan Arthurs, who had watched his son’s involvement in Nazism develop through the years and appears to have been the primary individual Devon referred to as after the killings, advised ProPublica and Frontline he has by no means been interviewed by FBI brokers. The native Tampa detectives didn’t query Alan Arthurs till June 5, 2017, greater than two weeks after the crimes, in accordance to Police Division data.

On the Tampa house, investigators recovered one in every of Russell’s notebooks, which contained a hand-drawn map of a quarry situated between Orlando and Tampa. The map included GPS coordinates for the quarry and a description of its operations. Such amenities typically use high-powered explosives to blast via rock. McVeigh stole blasting caps from a mining operation earlier than the Oklahoma Metropolis assault.

The quarry in Florida, a sand mine, is owned by E.R. Jahna Industries. Reached for remark, firm government Adell Jahna stated that he had by no means heard of Atomwaffen and that the corporate had by no means been contacted by native regulation enforcement or the FBI in reference to the case.

Throughout his interrogation, Devon Arthurs had not solely warned of Atomwaffen’s violent ambitions, however stated repeatedly that the group had attracted U.S. army personnel as members and was aiming to recruit extra.

Arthurs stated Russell, the group’s founder, had signed up for the Florida Military Nationwide Guard partially to get the sort of fight coaching he may put to use for Atomwaffen. Russell had been drilling in Pinellas Park with the 53rd Infantry Brigade Fight Workforce on the day of the murders. In his personal interview with Tampa police, Russell stated he anticipated his unit to be deployed in 2018 and was contemplating the Military as a profession.

“He joined specifically for the knowledge and the training, and he wants to use that training against the government,” Arthurs stated of Russell throughout his police interrogation. “These people join the military specially to get training. To get access to equipment.” The last word aim, Arthurs continued, was to develop into extra outfitted to kill individuals.

Protection Division directives and the laws of every army department bar service members from partaking in white supremacist exercise. Service members can face legal fees and expulsion from the army for violating these insurance policies.

After Russell’s arrest, the Florida Guard mounted an investigation into his actions whereas in uniform. Three weeks after Russell was jailed, the Guard wrapped up its inquiry. In a report, the Guard listed a few of the troubling issues it had discovered:

  • Russell had a tattoo of the Atomwaffen emblem on his proper shoulder. The investigator on the case famous that the U.S. army didn’t keep a database of tattoos which may have been used to display for troubling affiliations.
  • Two of Russell’s superiors had warned him about his conduct after he repeatedly “vocalized his hatred for homosexuality and ‘faggots.’”
  • Russell had “seemed very anxious to receive body armor, and keep his military issued gear.”

However the investigation concluded that Russell had not sought to recruit different troopers for Atomwaffen, and that he “did not present consistent characteristics that would have led a reasonable person to suspect Russell held such radical beliefs.” Investigators decided there had been no negligence in permitting Russell into the Guard or in his continued presence in its ranks.

The 2-page abstract of the investigation, obtained by ProPublica and Frontline, accommodates no references to Arthurs’ statements to authorities about different attainable Atomwaffen members within the army. Nor does it include any proof that the Guard had alerted officials in different army branches to the potential presence of Atomwaffen of their ranks.

The Florida Military Nationwide Guard didn’t reply to repeated requests for an interview relating to Russell.

This yr, ProPublica and Frontline recognized seven Atomwaffen members with army expertise, together with Russell.

The Pentagon didn’t reply to detailed requests from ProPublica and Frontline to talk about Atomwaffen and its attainable recruitment of present or former army members.

In a assertion, a Pentagon spokeswoman, Maj. Carla Gleason of the Air Pressure, stated: “The DoD uses a multi-level approach to learn as much as possible about potential new soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines so we can assess whether they should be extended the privilege to serve in the military. While we can’t guarantee that every person who enters the service will be free from holding extremist thoughts, various screening tools provide us the best opportunity to identify those who do not share our values.”

Kathleen Belew, an assistant professor on the College of Chicago, has studied the historic hyperlinks between the white energy motion and the U.S. armed forces. White energy teams, she stated, have lengthy drawn from the ranks of the army. And former troopers have turn into leaders of white supremacist teams over the many years.

Aryan Nations chief Richard Butler did a stint within the Military. KKK Grand Dragon Louis Beam served in Vietnam, as did White Patriot Celebration chief Frazier Glenn Miller. In 2014, after many years of involvement with white extremist teams, Miller murdered three individuals outdoors of a pair of Jewish establishments in Overland Park, Kansas. He was ultimately sentenced to demise and is awaiting execution.

Belew is cautious to say that the members of the army who wind up affiliated with white supremacist teams represent “a tiny, not even statistically significant percentage” of complete service members. However these few, she stated, have typically performed “an enormously important role” in organizing such teams and finishing up their bloodiest actions.

Within the aftermath of the Vietnam Warfare, Belew stated, white energy teams more and more modeled themselves on the U.S. army and commenced to concentrate on recruiting “both veterans and active-duty troops in order to run boot camps” and “create paramilitary training facilities.” Because the motion grew extra excessive, she stated, it sought out individuals who might construct improvised explosives or precisely hearth a submachine gun.

Atomwaffen has definitely embraced that tactic. Present and former troopers have participated in what the group calls “hate camps,” secret weapons coaching carried out in a variety of states across the nation during the last two years.

Those that have studied the connection between army service and white supremacist ideology say troopers can turn into deeply disillusioned when preventing controversial wars with little in the best way of clear victories. They could return indignant and broken, animated by a diploma of nihilism.

One Atomwaffen member who noticed fight in Afghanistan mentioned his emotional demons within the group’s personal on-line chats. The person wrote that he had “nightmares about seeing people i know blown up” and felt guilt about inadvertently killing ladies and youngsters.

ProPublica and Frontline interviewed a former Atomwaffen member who had served abroad within the Military. He would solely converse if his id was not revealed and requested us to name him Jeremiah.

“There were a lot of people that were disenchanted with the mission. I’d say about half of the guys in my unit,” Jeremiah stated. “I think a lot of guys, they’re lost and they want hope. They’re looking for answers.”

One way or the other he discovered these solutions on Iron March, the now-defunct on-line neo-Nazi hangout that Russell used to launch Atomwaffen. In accordance to Jeremiah, Atomwaffen “definitely wanted to appeal to veterans.” Inside the group, “people looked up to the military guys,” he stated.

He stated he encountered different racial extremists throughout his time within the Military: “There’s a good amount of them. They keep quiet for the most part about it, especially when they’re in because they can get in a lot of trouble.”

However it’s unclear how critically the army is taking the matter. The previous member stated he’s by no means been contacted by army investigators.

ProPublica and Frontline interviewed greater than 20 officials with direct information of the army’s dealing with of felony-level legal investigations. Most stated racial extremists have been a low precedence for army police and detectives with elite army regulation enforcement models just like the Military Felony Investigation Division and the Naval Legal Investigative Service, which polices the Navy and Marine Corps. Army investigators are extra targeted on road gangs working inside the armed forces, sexual assault and unlawful medicine, the officials stated.

Roughly a yr after Russell’s arrest in Tampa, an Military investigator advised ProPublica and Frontline that the Military’s CID unit had not opened an investigation into Russell and his neo-Nazi group. A number of army officials stated Military CID had no jurisdiction in Russell’s case as a result of he was a member of the Florida Guard and never an active-duty soldier.

ProPublica and Frontline revealed their preliminary reporting on the nexus between Atomwaffen and the army in Might. Since then, the Marine Corps has taken motion towards Atomwaffen member Vasillios Pistolis, a lance corporal on lively obligation. Pistolis, who had allegedly participated in assaults through the Charlottesville, Virginia, white supremacist rally in 2017, was court-martialed and ousted from the corps. In interviews, Pistolis admitted having been a member of Atomwaffen however denied being in Charlottesville.

In response to that earlier reporting, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., in Might wrote a letter to Protection Secretary James Mattis requesting particulars on the Pentagon’s efforts to rid the ranks of white supremacists.

Replying to Ellison, the Protection Division stated that it had acquired “27 reports of extremist activity (domestic) by Service members over the past five years.” Army investigators, the letter continued, had investigated 25 of those stories; finally, 18 service members from throughout the army had been disciplined or pressured out of the armed forces.

Gleason, the Pentagon spokeswoman, stated she couldn’t present info on particular person instances however said, “Our standards are clear; participation in extremist activities has never been tolerated and is punishable under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.” She added that commanders are “encouraged to be preventive and pro-active, and they are doing that.”

We took the Pentagon’s letter to Ellison to retired Maj. Gen. John Altenburg, who served because the Military’s deputy decide advocate common, the second-highest-ranking JAG officer within the Military. Altenburg stated he was persuaded that the army is taking correct motion towards offenders in its ranks.

“I’m pleased to see that they’re doing all this,” Altenburg stated of the 18 instances of self-discipline handed down by the Pentagon. “This looks very thorough to me and looks like they’re on top of it.”

He famous that the Pentagon letter didn’t distinguish between white supremacists and different kinds of political extremists.

On the Southern Poverty Regulation Middle, Heidi Beirich was skeptical of the Protection Division’s figures, calling them “laughable.”

“Hate groups are telling their people to join the military, and this was something that’s been documented, both in FBI reports and in DHS reports,” stated Beirich, who heads the middle’s Intelligence Undertaking. “There’s not only going to be 27 of them, in a military force of, I don’t know, one and a half to two million people in the United States, who are under arms.”

Final yr, almost 25 % of active-duty service members surveyed by the Army Occasions stated they’d encountered white nationalists inside the ranks. The publication polled greater than 1,000 service members.

Beirich questioned the Pentagon’s willingness to root out white supremacists. “We keep sending stuff to the military, examples of people, saying: ‘You should look at this guy. He looks like he might be in violation,’” she stated. “Most of the time we never even hear anything back from them.”

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