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Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

Twin anti-immigrant hardliners say they had nothing to do with a series of anti-Semitic comments. The facts suggest otherwise

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

The election this spring of a former neofascist youth leader to Rome's top government post heightened concerns about the vilification of immigrants and other minorities in a country that's experiencing a surge of xenophobia.

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

Two men fled to the United States after they were found guilty in England of publishing Holocaust denial and racist tracts online, including writings by the former head of the American Nazi Party.

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

She may not be your typical hard-core nativist, but 68-year-old Jackie Juntti is no less vicious in her racist screeds against undocumented immigrants.

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

A lunchtime celebration of Adolf Hitler's birthday by a white supremacist prison gang sparked a bloody prison riot involving more than 200 inmates at the U.S. penitentiary in Florence, Colo.

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

White supremacist leaders are making a concerted effort to recruit active-duty soldiers and recent combat veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a new FBI report.

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

It was a mixed summer for the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS). In April, state officials raided the racist cult's Texas compound and took the children living there into state custody because of concerns about sexual abuse.

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

Bill White, the Virginia-based leader of the American National Socialist Workers Party, claimed that he had attempted to visit the home of Intelligence Report Editor Mark Potok "in the middle of the night" while traveling in "a car full of guns."

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

Stacey O'Connell, the former Arizona state director for the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (MCDC), has joined a Fountain Hills, Ariz., resident who donated $100,000 to the MCDC and now claims he was a victim of fraud.

Intelligence Report
2008
Fall Issue
August 29, 2008

"A perfect storm of silly allegations," is how Institute of Turkish Studies Executive Director David Cuthell describes the barrage of media coverage ITS received early this summer regarding concerns that ITS, a nonprofit organization funded by the government of Turkey, is promoting denial of the Armenian genocide.

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