The segment on the National Socialist Movement (NSM) aired on the CBS program 60 Minutes and it actually focused more on the late Southwestern States leader Jeff Hall than on anyone else, although Jeff Schoep was interviewed.
As expected, it was presented within the context of the so-called "subculture of hate" rather than as a legitimate nationalist response, and the media made sure they got their quota of "Sieg Heils" for effect. It could have been worse -- a lot worse; at least CBS noted that Jeff Hall became attracted to the NSM due to an extended period of unemployment caused by construction jobs drying up, as well as the visible effect of hordes of illegal aliens inundating Southern California.
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-- Joann Patterson, Jeff Hall's mother: Attended some of her son's meetings despite disagreement with his politics. She said she had a great time, and it looked like any barbecue in any backyard in America. She now has custody of four of Hall's kids because Hall's wife pled guilty to leaving a loaded gun in the house. She visits Hall's son, Joseph Hall, every week. Patterson says the kids are being raised as conservative Republicans and will not embrace national socialism. Since Joseph Hall had serious emotional problems, Patterson believes there's a chance he would have lashed out at his father even if his father hadn't been an NSM activist, because from the time Joseph was born, he showed no understanding of cause and effect.
-- Megan Hall, Jeff's sister: Said she hated her brother's politics, but had always seen him as a model father who would do anything for his kids. But as his period of unemployment became extended, the pressure caused him to start drinking more heavily, resulting in him occasionally lashing out at his wife and kids.
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Other key persons referenced in the story included prosecutor Michael Soccio and Detective Greg Rowe, who actually saw Jeff Hall dead on the couch. He said Joseph, who was found hiding upstairs under his covers, described how he had gotten the family's Rossi 357 Magnum from his dad's closet, used his forefingers to cock the gun, and used two fingers to pull the trigger and shoot his father in the ear.
As a bonus, here's the video of "60 Minutes Overtime" in which Lesley Stahl discusses the background of the story in greater detail: