In the interview, Miller told Chan, "We want our rights back. We want to restore our republic. We don’t want to overthrow the government. We just want the government to be under control. People like me have known they’ve been spying on us for a long time. We didn’t exactly know to the extent."
Amanda Miller -- his 25-year-old wife who police believe joined her husband in the Las Vegas ambush and then shot first him, and then herself -- arrived later in the morning. Information about the suspects gleaned from police and social media painted a picture of a pair with increasingly extremist views on government and law enforcement, including an ominous Facebook post a day before the shooting.
"I remember the care with which Jerad Miller got her breakfast and served her. After her meal, he also took her plate away," Chan said. "They seemed to have a loving and caring relationship, at least in the brief time in which we observed them."
Al Jazeera. With reporting from Melissa Chan.