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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.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

Another fringe black separatist group has come into the crosshairs of law enforcement. Like many others, the Abannaki Indigenous Nation propounds a bizarre ideology that's a mix of pseudo-scientific ideas about white people and groundless theories about being immune to U.S. laws.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

Neo-Nazi leader Kevin Alfred Strom, arrested last January on charges of possession of child pornography and witness tampering, now faces a key additional accusation — that he "enticed" a 10-year-old girl to engage in sexual activity.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

If Steven Bixby ever had a chance of avoiding the death penalty for murdering two South Carolina law enforcement officers in 2003, it surely disappeared under the torrent of 1,500 pages of letters he wrote a girlfriend while awaiting trial.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

When CNN decided to tackle the question of "self segregation" of racial groups in America this April 4, host Paula Zahn lined up a panel of commentators who seemed like they'd make for a lively discussion.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

World-famous author and Auschwitz survivor Elie Wiesel was attacked by a Holocaust denier who had evidently been shadowing Wiesel for weeks before accosting him Feb. 1 in a hotel elevator in San Francisco, where Wiesel had just finished speaking at a peace conference.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

American neo-Nazi Craig Cobb, the first person to prominently post the home address of a federal judge whose husband and mother were later murdered there, has moved to Estonia to help build a European white supremacist movement.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

Ending a complicated international saga that began when he was deported from the United States in 2003, notorious neo-Nazi Ernst Zundel was sentenced to five years in a German prison last February for denying the Holocaust.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

The dead man in Glen Gautier's dreams always asked the same question: "Why didn't you bury me with my glasses?" The nightmares began torturing Gautier in early 2002.

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