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Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 07, 2007

KENNESAW, Ga. —With his long, scruffy beard, chunky silver rings and bandanna headband, the owner and proprietor of Wildman's Civil War Surplus and Herb Shop looks from a distance like a typical aging hippie.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 06, 2007

The on-again, off-again neo-Nazi is, apparently, on again. Of course, it's always hard to tell with Jacques Anthony Pluss, the fired New Jersey university history professor who now describes himself as a National Socialist, psychotherapist and expert horseman.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 06, 2007

Lt. Cmdr. John Sharpe Jr., the public affairs officer for the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, was temporarily relieved of duty and placed under investigation in early March for allegedly violating a rule that forbids all personnel in the U.S. Navy to "participate in any organization that espouses supremacist causes."

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

The trial of an American who showed up at the U.S. border two years ago with what appeared to be a bloody chainsaw and several other weapons was delayed this March for a government psychiatric evaluation. Gregory Despres, a U.S. citizen with a large swast

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

Capping their largest series of local, regional and national electoral successes since World War II, far-right extremists in Europe have managed for the first time to create an ultranationalist bloc within the European Parliament.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

Two recent potential standoff situations — one in Wisconsin and one in New Hampshire — illustrate radically different law enforcement approaches to dealing with such confrontations with members of the radical right.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

Jan. 12 - Hollis Wayne Fincher, the lieutenant commander of the Militia of Washington County, was convicted of owning illegal machine guns and a sawed-off shotgun

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

Two more white supremacist organizations collapsed this spring, the latest casualties in a radical right characterized in the last few years by major troubles and organizational shifts.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

The neo-Confederate movement isn't known for its racial diversity, but there long has been one dedicated black man willing to fight for the Southern cause: H.K. Edgerton.

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