Lanier says she is “fascinated by the psychology of crowds,” and how quickly the dynamics can turn toward violence.
This dream team wound up guiding Lanier to victory, a feat McKinnon still marvels at: "On paper the guy was totally unelectable."
That is the nightmare scenario that Lanier knows all the good will she has built may not be able to avert.
Lanier has since said the white male has been identified and is no longer considered a suspect.
Emanuel ran opposition research—"hall of fame level," says McKinnon—and the rest of the group argued and spent Lanier's money.
Due to the foregoing circumstances, Lanier's jail delivery was eminently successful.
Suggestions that could come only from Lanier treachery startle him.
Randall heard Milton and Lanier choke with the horror that shook his own heart and brain as he gazed.
Neither Lanier suspects the other of double dealing as to interests of either.
I found also that some $21,000 of Klan funds had been given the Lanier University without security.