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RED LAKE, Minnesota (CNN) — A student who authorities said killed nine people Monday before turning the gun on himself apparently disliked interracial mixing, according to postings on a neo-Nazi Web site.
Jeff Weise is believed to have killed his grandmother and grandfather Monday before going to Red Lake Senior High School and killing seven more people and wounding as many as 13 others before he committed suicide.
Introducing himself on the Web site as «Jeff Weise, from the Red Lake ‘Indian’ Reservation,» the writer assumed two names: NativeNazi and «todesengel,» which means «Angel of Death» in German, on the site of the Libertarian National Socialist Green Party (www.nazi.org).
«As a result of cultural dominance and interracial mixing, there is barely any full-blooded Natives left,» a July 2004 posting said.
«Where I live, less than 1 percent of all the people on the reservation can speak their own language, and among the youth wanting to be black has run ramped (rampant). We have kids my age killing each other over things as simple as a fight, and it’s because of the rap influence.
«Under a National Socialist government, things for us would improve vastly … that is why I am pro-Nazi. It’s hard though, being a Native American National Socialist, people are so misinformed, ignorant and close minded, it makes your life a living hell.»
The neo-Nazi group posted a statement on its site Tuesday confirming that Weise posted the messages. «The Libertarian National Socialist Green Party … refused to wring hands over a ‘tragedy,’ instead pointing out that such events are to be expected when thinking people are crammed into an unthinking, irrational modern society,» the article said.
In response to queries from other posters, NativeNazi said he was a member of the Ojibwa tribe and «both my parents were Native American, though from what I understand I also have a little German, a little Irish and a little French Canadian in my blood as well.»
The last posting was in August 2004, according to an archive search.
Weise was 17, school board member Kathryn Beaulieu told The Associated Press.
Floyd Jourdain, chairman of the Red Lake Ojibwa Nation, said he «knew practically all the people involved» in the shootings on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota. The community is dealing with «shock and disbelief,» he said.
«This is a small community,» he said. «There will not be one soul who isn’t touched by this tragedy here in Red Lake.»
«It still hasn’t sunk in,» he said.
About 5,000 members of the Ojibwa tribe live on the reservation. The Ojibwa are also known as the Chippewa.
FBI Special Agent Paul McCabe said Monday that the FBI thought the shooter was acting alone. He told reporters the dead include a female teacher, a male security officer and four students at Red Lake Senior High School, including Weise. The FBI office in Minneapolis later said two more students who were wounded had died.
The slain students were shot in one room of the school, McCabe said.
The shootings occurred about 3 p.m. (4 p.m. ET) in Red Lake High, a school of 300 students that is on a sovereign Indian reservation near the Canadian border about 240 miles north of the Twin Cities.
The FBI said Weise apparently shot his grandmother and grandfather to death at their home on the reservation before going to the school. The grandfather was a veteran of the reservation’s police department, and his police-issued weapon was used in the rampage, the FBI said.
Tribal authorities closed the reservation after the shootings, AP reported.

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