Barry Wright, who leads "Veterans From Vietnam" interviewed on WGN's "Issues Unlimited'
said "society is provoking a growing element within the black community to use their military skills against those who deny them their rightful place in American society" - warned of "ghetto guerillas"
Defender said: "Apparently Wright's warning was ignored. Six men, most of them Vietnam veterans, are being held in connections with more than 10 slayings."
Defender also notes: "In a statement to the world press shortly following Kenya's independence, Kenyatta described the Mau Mau movement as a 'necessary evil. The terror imposed upon my people by the whites could not have been dealt with through negotiations. It has to be dmet with the same intensity and bloodshed so as to thoroughly convince the English of our undying determination to become free people' "
Defender, Oct 16, 1972, "Viet vet gang warning ignored" https://search-proquest-com.gatekeeper.chipublib.org/docview/494384830?accountid=303