Ezra Schact [sic]-Shooting of House, 03/06/68: On the evening of March 5, a shotgun blast ripped through the living room window of the home of Mona and Ezra Schacht. This footage captures the exterior and interior damage. Ezra Schacht then states his belief that the attack was perpetrated by anti-Semitic extremists. Outspoken antiwar communists, the Schachts were popular targets for harassment from hate groups. Prior the shotgun incident, the Ku Klux Klan also burned a cross on their front lawn. The family's political activism also made the Schachts the subject of government surveillance. A 1963 Secret Service memo referred to Mona as "the top ranking communist in the Houston area." Less than a week before the shooting incident, the Schacht's eldest son, Daniel, was convicted for illegally wearing a military uniform during an antiwar demonstration. He was free on bond at the time of the incident. Daniel ultimately appealed his conviction all the way to the United States Supreme Court and won in 1970. Eight years later, Daniel's younger brother, Larry, died in the Jonestown massacre. Larry was a leader of the Peoples Temple and worked as the settlement's physician, allegedly mixing the poisoned drink that killed 907 people.