Despite arrest of leader of white supremacist group, Ali says more needs to be done

“This case is very serious and it’s indicative of the threat, not only from this particular group, but the broader one (from domestic terrorists.) We’re not going to see the last of these,” Ford school Towsley Policymaker in Residence Javed Ali told the Detroit Free Press after the arrest of the leader of a national white supremacist group called "the Base" who ran a "hate camp" in Michigan.

He later spoke with WSBT and said that changing a domestic terrorist's mindset was very difficult. "The challenge for us here domestically is that until people cross the line into violent action or making threats there's nothing illegal about those thoughts and beliefs," he said.