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2000 - Spring - Hate Goes to School

At even the most prominent schools around the nation, hate gains a foothold with professors, students, and in hate crimes and bias incidents. Patriot groups are on the decline; a former federal prosecutor remembers the mistakes at Waco.

At even the most prominent schools around the nation, hate gains a foothold with professors, students, and in hate crimes and bias incidents. Patriot groups are on the decline; a former federal prosecutor remembers the mistakes at Waco.

Articles

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

Militia groups fell by half in 1999, marking the dwindling away of a movement that peaked four years earlier.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

A Louisiana 'Empress,' head of the obscure common-law group Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah, faces charges of tax evasion and mail and wire fraud.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

Matt Hale, leader of the neo-Nazi World Church of the Creator, turns to public access cable TV to get his message out.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

'Patriot' entrepreneur James 'Bo' Gritz was acquitted of kidnapping in the case of follower Linda Wiegand's two children.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

An enraged black man, Ronald Taylor, sets out on a rampage targeting whites in Pittsburgh.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

The paranoia of militia figure Mark Koernke has again left him sopping wet, bobbing in a near-freezing pond and facing criminal charges.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

The Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC) reveals its true white supremacist views.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

A recent Supreme Court ruling could force public universities to support campus hate

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

An immigration lawyer charged with a series of anti-minority murders headed up the tiny 'Free Market Party.'

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue

At universities and colleges around North America, a growing number of professors are endorsing Holocaust denial, race-based IQ theories and eugenics.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

Many college students are searching for an academic basis for their bigoted feelings. Read anonymous e-mails sent by students to neo-Nazi leader William Pierce.